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    • Daniel Stone's avatar
      Add Meson build system · 8011b0fa
      Daniel Stone authored
      Meson is a build system, currently implemented in Python, with multiple
      output backends, including Ninja and Make. The build file syntax is
      clean and easy to read unlike autotools. In practise, configuring and
      building with Meson and Ninja has been observed to be much faster than
      with autotools. Also cross-building support is excellent.
      
      More information at http://mesonbuild.com
      
      Since moving to Meson requires some changes from users in any case, we
      took this opportunity to revamp build options. Most of the build options
      still exist, some have changed names or more, and a few have been
      dropped. The option to choose the Cairo flavour is not implemented since
      for the longest time the Cairo image backend has been the only
      recommended one.
      
      This Meson build should be fully functional and it installs everything
      an all-enabled autotools build does. Installed pkg-config files have
      some minor differences that should be insignificant. Building of some
      developer documentation that was never installed with autotools is
      missing.
      
      It is expected that the autotools build system will be removed soon
      after the next Weston release.
      Signed-off-by: Daniel Stone's avatarDaniel Stone <daniels@collabora.com>
      Co-authored-by: Pekka Paalanen's avatarPekka Paalanen <pq@iki.fi>
      Signed-off-by: Pekka Paalanen's avatarPekka Paalanen <pq@iki.fi>
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    • Kristian H. Kristensen's avatar
      Rename wayland-compositor to weston · 8334bc1e
      Kristian H. Kristensen authored
      This rename addresses a few problems around the split between core
      Wayland and the wayland-demos repository.
      
      1) Initially, we had one big repository with protocol code, sample
      compositor and sample clients.  We split that repository to make it
      possible to implement the protocol without pulling in the sample/demo
      code.  At this point, the compositor is more than just a "demo" and
      wayland-demos doesn't send the right message.  The sample compositor
      is a useful, self-contained project in it's own right, and we want to
      move away from the "demos" label.
      
      2) Another problem is that the wayland-demos compositor is often
      called "the wayland compsitor", but it's really just one possible
      compositor.  Existing X11 compositors are expected to add Wayland
      support and then gradually phase out/modularize the X11 support, for
      example.  Conversely, it's hard to talk about the wayland-demos
      compositor specifically as opposed to, eg, the wayland protocol or a
      wayland compositor in general.
      
      We are also renaming the repo to weston, and the compositor
      subdirectory to src/, to emphasize that the main "output" is the
      compositor.
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