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On 3.9.2021 22.13, Charles Curley wrote:
Eero Tamminen <oak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Are you defaulting to Wayland or X11, and if former, does Hatari's
Python UI work OK with it?
Near as I can tell, this thing is running X11, not Wayland.
When in doubt, RTFM. https://wayland.freedesktop.org/toolkits.html
I use XFCE, which is a mishmash of GTK2 and GTK3. Also, I suspect that
SDL support for Wayland is disabled in plain vanilla Debian 11.
SDL2 does support Wayland, but it defaults to X unless explicitly
requested not to (with env var).
Here's pull request for SDL to default to using
Wayland directly under Wayland, which lists issues blocking it:
Btw. Nowadays Xwayland works so well that there's
not much perf or functional difference running
through it, or natively under Wayland, if program
respects modern freedesktop.org standards
(i.e. supplies relevant X properties etc).
Also, https://wayland.freedesktop.org/toolkits.html According to that,
XFCE support for Wayland is still several years off.
Yeah, window managers are all about doing direct
X stuff, which does not translate that well to
Wayland, so it needs to be rewritten almost
completely. And WM is one of the hairiest and
most important / distinguishing components of
Almost all the other stuff should work pretty well