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afrlambo123
@afrlambo123:tchncs.de
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hi
i am new here
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Hi @afrlambo123:tchncs.de, how is it going?
afrlambo123
@afrlambo123:tchncs.de
[m]
how to join any chat apart from discover option
cool bro!
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Normally via a link. You get these links on the projects' sites. Like for this chat here there is a batch "chat on gitter" at the top of https://gitlab.com/kwinft/kwinft
afrlambo123
@afrlambo123:tchncs.de
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why github famous for?
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Don't know what you mean.
afrlambo123
@afrlambo123:tchncs.de
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its ok bro
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
@fsorrent:matrix.org kwinft/wrapland!95 :heart_eyes:
Gonna check it out tomorrow!
Was this in general straightforward or did you hit some roadblocks when working on that?
Francesco Sorrentino
@fsorrent:matrix.org
[m]
Honestly, I just reused the work by Adrien
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Ha! That's also fine.
I'm wondering if this "data source abstraction" then still is necessary.
Are you currently testing out these patches locally?
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Francesco Sorrentino
@fsorrent:matrix.org
[m]
The MR uses the d-pointers scheme, maybe you want me to change that
The abstraction can be looked into after
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab

The MR uses the d-pointers scheme, maybe you want me to change that

No, that's still the standard in Wrapland. Needs some more refactoring until we can move to value types.

Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
[m]
Does It need a implementation for kwin to work?
Ah yes It does
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Good find. Seems to be only creation of the wl_global though. So easy.
mwsoda
@mwsoda:matrix.org
[m]
maybe it's a dumb question but do you use some kind of test that simulates an user and multiple configurations? like openqa, not unit tests
or even hardware if they have that kind of thing now for cheap
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab

maybe it's a dumb question but do you use some kind of test that simulates an user and multiple configurations? like openqa, not unit tests

Hmm, we have integration tests, which simulate more than a unit test. But openqa does even more than that I would say.

So nope, not complete user simulation.
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
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For some reason wlroots cannot find seatd installed in /opt/kde5 as It only tries to search these locals -- Module search paths: ['/', '/opt', '/usr', '/usr/local'] Do you have something in mind?
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Adapt pkgconfig path. I install seatd to /opt/wlroots and source for the terminal PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/opt/wlroots/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH
frmonteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
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Still did not find anything related to the icons being transparent.
Could it be because I tried out KWin some libraries didn't clean up?
romangg
@romangg:kde.org
[m]
Don't think so. What's being transparent?
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
@frmonteiro:matrix.org ^^
Francesco Sorrentino
@fsorrent:matrix.org
[m]
I installed KWinFT! I'm using it! It does actually work! 🤩
My patch, on the other hand, doesn't.
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab

I installed KWinFT! I'm using it! It does actually work! 🤩

Awesome!

My patch, on the other hand, doesn't.

Next step! :D

Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
[m]
The element icon is supposed to be there
And If I interact with the taskbar (right click) a lot It wont end well.
It's on X11, btw.
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
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Also when It happens I see the shadow soo big of some tooltip
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
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PS: I'm using wlroots-backend branch on X11.
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
[m]
Going to check If It's really a wlroots-backend problem or if It's in my side.
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
[m]
Indeed, after deleting /opt/kde5 and making clean build It does not work sadly.
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
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And I can still reproduce the problem in X11.
Fernando Monteiro
@frmonteiro:matrix.org
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:point_up: Edit: And I can still reproduce the problem in X11. EDIT: It was a missing dependency libappindicator that was making this
Francesco Sorrentino
@fsorrent:matrix.org
[m]
Do you know how to access this seminar? https://conf.kde.org/event/1/contributions/31/
I can't find a link.
alright, never mind
Roman Gilg
@romangg_gitlab
Sorry, was away earlier. You found it? You can join the sessions from here: https://akademy.kde.org/2021/how-join