Weston is the reference compositor to Wayland and commonly used for demonstrating new Wayland features and protocol functionality.
Most Popular This Year
- doc: add example calibration-helper script
Pekka Paalanen: This is not to be installed, except maybe as a doc.
- clients: consolidate timer code part 2
Pekka Paalanen: Continue moving bits to use toytimer instead of carelessly open-coded equivalent.
- weston: add touchscreen_calibrator option
Louis-Francis Ratté-Boulianne: Add an option to enable the touchscreen calibrator interface.
- clients: consolidate timer code part 1
Pekka Paalanen: There are multiple copies for the timerfd handling code, and I need a timer in one more app.
- compositor-drm: Add aspect-ratio parsing support
Ankit Nautiyal: The flag bits 19-22 of the connector modes, provide the aspect-ratio information.
- clients: add a new touchscreen calibrator
Louis-Francis Ratté-Boulianne: The new calibrator uses weston_touch_calibration protocol extension and provides the following features:
- chooses the physical touch device to be calibrated by DEVPATH or by the output/head name; device enumeration provided
- the compositor ensures the calibrator window is shown in the correct position and size
- no matter how wrong the old calibration is, the touch events will always arrive in the application
- the calibration is complete, not incremental; the received touch events are guaranteed to be unmodified
- computes a libinput style calibration matrix directly, not the WL_CALIBRATION format
- supports multiple touch devices: calibrate one device at a time, and show user feedback on touching a wrong device instead of recording bad data
- uses four touch point samples: three to compute the calibration, and one to verify the calibration is roughly correct
- consistent exit codes
- upload the new calibration into the server after successful and verified calibration
Due to using special touchscreen calibration protocol extension, this application cannot be tested without touch input from the compositor.
Practically all of the above mentioned are unlike how the old calibrator client worked.
Co-developed by Louis-Francis and Pekka.
v2:- improve help() text- rename wrong_touch_handler() to invalid_touch_handler()- improve debug prints by adding sample number- reorganize code into sample funcs vs.
- weston: Add a help string for --xwayland
- weston-info: add xdg-output support
- libweston: implement touch calibration protocol
Louis-Francis Ratté-Boulianne: This implements a new global interface weston_touch_calibration, which allows one client at a time to perform touchscreen calibration.
- libweston: require connected heads for input devices
Pekka Paalanen: The use case driving this change is a clone mode setup, where the user is hotplugging or unplugging a cloned touchscreen.