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gdk-win32: Really Implement GdkScreen->is_composited()
Chun-wei Fan: The current GdkScreen->is_composited() is a stub as we were having Windows XP being supported, which does not support Desktop Window Manager (DWM), which is used by Windows for composition. Windows Vista and later support DWM, and it is always enabled on Windows 8/ Server 2012 and later. Please note that as we are dropping XP support in this cycle, this is the commit that would say goodbye to Windows XP support for GTK+-3.x, by linking directly to dwmapi.dll.
window: fix initial shadow width for maximized/fullscreen windows
Cosimo Cecchi: To calculate the shadow width, we look at the value of priv->fullscreen and priv->maximized.
testgtk: Set initial cursor
Matthias Clasen: Arrange for the entry and the cursor area to both start out with the arrow cursor.
testgtk: Redo the cursor example
Matthias Clasen: Use cursor names instead of font cursors, so we can also show cursors that are not represented in the X cursor font and thus don't have a value in the GdkCursorType enumeration.
Adwaita: stronger entry focus indication
make libcanberra support optional
Antoine Jacoutot: Make it possible to control libcanberra support so we don't risk ending up with a cyclic dependency when using packages: gtk+ -> libcanberra-gtk3 -> gtk+
Start 3.17 development
Matthias Clasen: Bump the version to 3.
inspector: Make it easier to cut'n'paste advice message
Bastien Nocera: The message says "Enable statistics with GOBJECT_DEBUG=instance-count" but the message itself isn't selectable, making it hard to cut'n'paste.
render: Make image effect not depend on state
Benjamin Otte: Instead rely on -gtk-image-effect only.
textview: add support for underline and strikethrough colors
Christian Hergert: This commit adds the GtkTextTag:underline-rgba and :strikethrough-rgba properties and the necessary plumbing to apply these colors in GtkTextLayout.
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Bump version to 3.15.5
Emmanuele Bassi: We need the bump in order to allow projects to depend on newly added API.
Drop a reference to gtkthemingengineprivate.h
Matthias Clasen: That file does not exist.
MSVC Build Files: Use Real GTK+ Version
Chun-wei Fan: Make the Visual C++-related build files contain the actual GTK+ version, by generating them during the configure stage and dist'ing them in the release tarballs.
Bump required GLib version
Matthias Clasen: For G_PARAM_EXPLICIT_NOTIFY.
Matthias Clasen: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=728814
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wayland: Add OpenGL support
Alexander Larsson: This uses EGL to implement GdkGLContext for wayland.
Add an experiment for overlay scrollbars
Matthias Clasen: This is just meant as a prototype for how we can show a scroll position indicator for touch.
Add GtkGLArea widget
Add OpenGL Support for the GDK Windows Backend
Chun-wei Fan: This adds support for OpenGL to the GDK Windows backend using the WGL API calls, which enables programs that uses the GTK+ GLArea widgets to work on Windows as well.
gdk: Add support for OpenGL
Alexander Larsson: This adds the new type GdkGLContext that wraps an OpenGL context for a particular native window.
GtkGLArea: Major reworking
Alexander Larsson: This restructures the way buffers are allocated and bound in a way that is more flexible. Buffer operation happens in three phases: create_buffer() - Creates the gl objects allocate_buffers() - Allocates space for the buffers at a given size attach_buffers() - Attaches the buffers to the framebuffer and makes the framebuffer the default drawing target And destroy via delete_buffers() We call all these the first draw, and after that we allocate buffers each time the widget changes size until the buffers are deleted.
Add an icon browser
Matthias Clasen: This is meant to help app authors choose the right icons.
Drop the builtin icon cache
Matthias Clasen: We don't need it anymore, now that the non-standard stock icons are using resources.
Add a popover menu example to gtk3-widget-factory
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