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This reverts commit fb01a697dd099f17a6a30c74781b6cfeb72bc512.
The problem this commit was anticipating never happened.
Now the next version of wayland will allow us to make protocol symbols
private, so it makes more sense to have this stuff back where it was
in the first place.
Theoretical bug that may become real in the coming days - ecore_imf's
wayland module has the interface for the text input protocol. The
imf module gets unloaded after destroying the protocol object but
before receiving all events from the server destined for it.
Currently that's fine, but I've posted some wayland patches for
review that require the interface to remain present while the text
input object is a zombie. These patches cause some EFL apps to
crash on shutdown when they unmap the wayland imf module.
This moves the wayland interface bits into ecore_wl2 which doesn't
Needed to do some fairly invasive changes because naming conventions
changed since we checked in the header.
Also, since I'm done converting protocol, change the gitignore to
use wildcards for wayland protocol.
This fixes a long standing bug in text-input binding and restores
previous OSK behaviour.
Signed-off-by: Chris Michael <firstname.lastname@example.org>
With this commit I'm finally able to use -j10 for make install on my machine.
During install libtool does some relinking which can result in to broken linking
if the dependencies are not handled correctly. Sadly automake has a problem with
the automatic dependency handling during install with LTLIBRARIES which we use
for all our modules. For the details please see this 4.5 years old bug report:
We are now setting the dependency manually to force automake to the right decision
during install relinking.
Speed improvement itself is not that high (make -j 1 compared to -j10):
real 0m21.410s vs. real 0m17.066s
The bigger benefit is the unified use of MAKEOPTS or normal -j X in all our
build targets. I have seen quite some bug reports where -j was used for install
target when it was used in the build target. Last but not least it helps me to
unify some parts of the jenkins jobs and finally allows me to run distcheck
with -j Which uses install internally and failed before. Which goes down from
real 12m50.349s to real 5m52.120s.
It was broken in set-ups with ($(builddir) != $(srcdir)) && ($(builddir) !=
Add an input method module supporting the Wayland input method protocol.
- Missing call to ecore_wl_shutdown() in im_module_shutdown()
- Access the already stored 'wayland globals' with ecore_wl_globals_get()
- Fixed compilation by adding -I(top_srcdir)/src/efl to CFLAGS
- EFL formatting fixes
Signed-off-by: Eduardo Lima (Etrunko) <email@example.com>
* ned to replicate changes in other .pc.in files
* need to replicate changes in other E*.h installed header files
SVN revision: 82837