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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2021.4, Package name: xorgproto-2021.4, Maintainer: joerg

This package combines the X protocol headers, which were formerly
scattered in individual packages.

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SHA1: dec30f11deefa1e1655db24f4dc42fbafad368fd
RMD160: 7003602d02df7bda5da22412f6a35d4e144d4a11
Filesize: 864.662 KB

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   2021-04-30 11:42:33 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
xorgproto: update to 2021.4.

The big new feature in this release is Olivier's addition that makes up
XFixes 6: the new ClientDisconnectMode. An X server that is started on
demand (Xwayland) should ideally also terminate when the last client
disconnects. However, some X11 clients that provide system services will
linger around forever, preventing that shutdown.

With the new XFixes request, a client can designate itself as
to-be-terminated and the X server can ignore those clients when counting the
number of remaining clients. If no other clients are left, the server can
shut down.

Note that this requires changes to the X server and each client to work.

Hannah Rittich (1):
      Corrected comments in keysymdef.h.

Olivier Fourdan (1):
      xfixes: Add ClientDisconnectMode

Peter Hutterer (9):
      Makefile.am: reorder the protocols to group by default and LEGACY
      Makefile.am: move the man page rules to the top
      Integrate the keysym verifier into make check
      meson.build: use built-in variable substitution handling instead of sed
      meson.build: install the protocol .txt files in doc
      gitlab CI: add a job to compare meson and autotools standard installs
      scripts: exit with 77 if python-libevdev is missing
      gitlab CI: check that the autotools and meson versions are in sync
      xorgproto 2021.4

Pierre Le Marre (1):
      Deprecate XK_approxeq and XK_notapproxeq.
   2021-04-29 04:57:08 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
xorgproto: reflect built-in version present in NetBSD 9.99.82
   2021-02-25 08:06:12 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
xorgproto: update to 2021.3.

If you thought the 2021.2 release was exciting, well, you're in
for a surprise: this one even builds with meson! How cool is that?!

Somewhat related: the new script to generate and verify the keysyms
was missing from the (autotools-generated) tarball, causing a meson
build from that tarball to fail during the setup phase. This is
fixed now.

No changes to the rest of the sources, so this is effectively
identical to yesterday's tarball.
   2021-02-24 09:01:16 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
xorgproto: update to 2021.2.

This release is mostly all about keysyms. Some additions to Vietnamese and
Hangul but the big set of commits here is catching up with several years of
Linux kernel releases.

The kernel's evdev interface has semantic keycodes (e.g. KEY_ESC is what
you'd expect). Beyond the normal range expected to change with different
layouts there are many keycodes that should only ever do one thing.
For example, KEY_ONSCREEN_KEYBOARD should display the OSK regardless of
layout). In the past, we've added these keysyms on a as-requested basis.

We now have a reserved subrange in the already reserved range for XF86Foo
keysyms. Within that range, keysyms map directly to their evdev
counterparts, making future updates easier. The above example
KEY_ONSCREEN_KEYBOARD now has a XF86OnScreenKeyboard keysym.
The header file follows a strict convention to make this range
machine-readable, xkeyboard-config can make use of this to
make those keysyms available by default. Note that almost all keys are
outside the X keycode range so very little will change under X.

Note that most keys exist on selected devices only so the practial use is
quite limited. But those keysyms are available through normal XKB
configuration so users can re-map existing keys where needed.

Aside from those, a bit of misc cleanup work. Many thanks to all
   2020-04-14 21:30:46 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
xorgproto: update to 2020.1.

This release adds a new keysym, a state-change event to the DPMS
extension, synchronizes more of the meson and autotools build sytems,
and converts some quasi-text documentation to Markdown. Thanks to all
who contributed.
   2020-01-19 00:36:14 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (3046)
Log message:
all: migrate several HOMEPAGEs to https

pkglint --only "https instead of http" -r -F

With manual adjustments afterwards since pkglint 19.4.4 fixed a few
indentations in unrelated lines.

This mainly affects projects hosted at SourceForce, as well as
freedesktop.org, CTAN and GNU.
   2019-11-25 11:07:43 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
xorgproto: update to 2019.2nb3.

Do not install legacy headers any longer. The modular-xorg meta package
builds without them now.
   2019-11-23 12:41:20 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
xorgproto: Force consistent man page installation for SunOS/etc

It appears to attempt to detect whether the system uses "Sys-V"-style
man categories by checking for a specific file in /usr/share/man.

This doesn't seem to be particularly accurate and causes problems with
varying PLISTs on pkgsrc depending on the system's filesystem layout.

So just force a consistent category number for "misc" pages for every OS,
for now...