On 04.01.2012 12:18, Kirill A. Shutemov wrote: > Hi, > > It seems the graphics infrastructure in Linux moves slowly to Wayland. I like > Awesome and want to stay with Awesome when Wayland will be here. > > IIUC, Awesome should implement Wayland compositor functionality to be able to > use it with Wayland infrastructure. Am I right? Is there any plans?
This is just as likely as awesome being ported to MS Windows. Technically, it should be about equally difficult (= impossible). Awesome is a X11 window manager. Without X11, there is no place for a X11 window manager. : No I'm not talking about mingw and a X server running on windows. I mean awesome managing real windows on windows. -- my $key = "\x49\x03\x93\x08\x19\x94\x96\x94\x28\x93\x83\x04\x68\x28\xa8\xf5". "\x0a\xb9\x94\x02\x45\x81\x93\x1f\xbc\xd7\xf3\xad\x93\xf5\x32\x93"; my $cipher = Crypt::Rijndael->new( $key, Crypt::Rijndael::MODE_ECB() ); my $plain = $ciper->decrypt($daten); -- To unsubscribe, send mail to awesome-unsubscr...@naquadah.org.