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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.7.2, Package name: alacritty-0.7.2, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Alacritty is a terminal emulator with a strong focus on simplicity and
performance. With such a strong focus on performance, included
features are carefully considered and you can always expect Alacritty
to be blazingly fast (on modern hardware). By making good choices for
defaults, Alacritty requires no additional setup. However, it does
allow configuration of many aspects of the terminal.


Master sites:

SHA1: f591f4dd50e916027c59fa46dc6eec10c8c0722e
RMD160: 804f30d105b159c5012f306703a5038d38ce5818
Filesize: 1379.066 KB

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   2021-03-28 16:52:28 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
x11/alacritty: update to 0.7.2

Packaging:
-Updated shell completions

Fixed:
-Crash due to assertion failure on 32-bit architectures
-Segmentation fault on shutdown with Wayland
-Incorrect estimated DPR with Wayland
-Consecutive clipboard stores dropped on Wayland until the application is
refocused
   2021-02-11 14:15:21 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
x11/alacritty: update to 0.7.1

0.7.1
-Jumping between matches in backward vi search

0.7.0
Added:
-Support for ~/ at the beginning of configuration file imports
-New cursor.style.blinking option to set the default blinking state
-New cursor.blink_interval option to configure the blinking frequency
-Support for cursor blinking escapes (CSI ? 12 h, CSI ? 12 l and CSI Ps SP q)
-IME support on Windows
-Urgency support on Windows
-Customizable keybindings for search
-History for search mode, bound to ^P/^N/Up/Down by default
-Default binding to cancel search on Ctrl+C
-History position indicator for search and vi mode

Changed:
-Nonexistent config imports are ignored instead of raising an error
-Value for disabling logging with config.log_level is Off instead of None
-Missing glyph symbols are no longer drawn for zerowidth characters

Fixed:
-Wide characters sometimes being cut off
-Preserve vi mode across terminal reset
-Escapes CSI Ps b and CSI Ps Z with large parameters locking up Alacritty
-Dimming colors which use the indexed CSI 38 : 5 : Ps m notation
-Slow rendering performance with a lot of cells with underline/strikeout
attributes
-Performance of scrolling regions with offset from the bottom
-Extra mouse buttons are no longer ignored on Wayland
-Numpad arrow keys are now properly recognized on Wayland
-Compilation when targetting aarch64-apple-darwin
-Window not being completely opaque on Windows
-Window being always on top during alt-tab on Windows
-Cursor position not reported to apps when mouse is moved with button held
outside of window
-No live config update when starting Alacritty with a broken configuration file
-PTY not drained to the end with the --hold flag enabled
-High CPU usage on BSD with live config reload enabled
-Alacritty not discarding invalid escape sequences starting with ESC
-Crash due to clipboard not being properly released on Wayland
-Shadow artifacts when resizing transparent windows on macOS
-Missing glyph symbols not being rendered for missing glyphs on macOS and
Windows
-Underline cursor being obscured by underline
-Cursor not being rendered with a lot of unicode glyphs visible
-IME input swallowed after triggering a key binding
-Crash on Wayland due to non-standard fontconfig configuration
-Search without vi mode not jumping properly between all matches

Removed:
The following CLI arguments have been removed in favor of the --option flag:
--persistent-logging
--live-config-reload
--no-live-config-reload
--dimensions
--position
-live-shader-reload feature
-Config option dynamic_title, you should use window.dynamic_title instead
-Config option scrolling.faux_multiplier, which was replaced by escape CSI ?
1007 h/l
-WinPTY support on Windows
   2020-11-28 20:20:14 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
alacritty: update to 0.6.0

Added
  Secondary device attributes escape (CSI > 0 c)
  Support for colon separated SGR 38/48
  New Ctrl+C binding to cancel search and leave vi mode
  Escapes for double underlines (CSI 4 : 2 m) and underline reset (CSI 4 : 0 m)
  Configuration file option for sourcing other files (import)
  CLI parameter --option/-o to override any configuration field
  Escape sequences to report text area size in pixels and in characters
  Support for single line terminals dimensions
  Right clicking on Wayland's client side decorations will show application menu
  Escape sequences to enable and disable window urgency hints

Changed
  Cursors are now inverted when their fixed color is similar to the cell's
    background
  Use the working directory of the terminal foreground process, instead of the
    shell's working directory, for SpawnNewInstance action
  Fallback to normal underline for unsupported underline types
    in CSI 4 : ? m escapes
  The user's background color is now used as the foreground for the render timer
  Use yellow/red from the config for error and warning messages instead of
    fixed colors
  Existing CLI parameters are now passed to instances spawned using
    SpawnNewInstance
  Wayland's Client side decorations now use the search bar colors
  Reduce memory usage by up to at least 30% with a full scrollback buffer
  The number of zerowidth characters per cell is no longer limited to 5
  SpawnNewInstance is now using the working directory of the terminal
    foreground process on macOS

Fixed
  Incorrect window location with negative window.position config options
  Slow rendering performance with HiDPI displays, especially on macOS
  Keys swallowed during search when pressing them right before releasing
    backspace
  Crash when a wrapped line is rotated into the last line
  Selection wrapping to the top when selecting below the error/warning bar
  Pasting into clients only supporting UTF8_STRING mime type on Wayland
  Crash when copying/pasting with neither pointer nor keyboard focus on Wayland
  Crash due to fd leak on Wayland
  IME window position with fullwidth characters in the search bar
  Selection expanding over 2 characters when scrolled in history with
    fullwidth characters in use
  Selection scrolling not starting when mouse is over the message bar
  Incorrect text width calculation in message bar when the message contains
    multibyte characters
  Remapped caps lock to escape not triggering escape bindings on Wayland
  Crash when setting overly long title on Wayland
  Switching in and out of various window states, like Fullscreen, not persisting
    window size on Wayland
  Crash when providing 0 for XCURSOR_SIZE on Wayland
  Gap between window and server side decorations on KWIN Wayland
  Wayland's client side decorations not working after tty switch
  Fullscreen startup mode not working on Wayland
  Window not being rescaled when changing DPR of the current monitor on Wayland
  Crash in some cases when pointer isn't presented upon startup on Wayland
  IME not working on Wayland
  Crash on startup on GNOME since its 3.37.90 version on Wayland
  Touchpad scrolling scrolled less than it should on macOS/Wayland on scaled
    outputs
  Incorrect modifiers at startup on X11
  Add and Subtract keys are now named NumpadAdd and NumpadSubtract respectively
  Feature checking when cross compiling between different operating systems
  Crash when writing to the clipboard fails on Wayland
  Crash with large negative font.offset.x/y
  Visual bell getting stuck on the first frame
  Zerowidth characters in the last column of the line
   2020-10-22 16:48:17 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
x11/alacritty: import alacritty-0.5.0

Alacritty is a terminal emulator with a strong focus on simplicity and
performance. With such a strong focus on performance, included
features are carefully considered and you can always expect Alacritty
to be blazingly fast (on modern hardware). By making good choices for
defaults, Alacritty requires no additional setup. However, it does
allow configuration of many aspects of the terminal.