On Mon 2014-05-12 11:26 , Thomas Adam wrote: > On 11 May 2014 17:57, E Frank Ball III <fra...@frankb.us> wrote: > > On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 02:28:19PM +0200, Thomas Funk wrote: > > > > > > FVWM is still an active project as you can see it on the mailing lists > > > but it's true that there are many parts in the code which could be > > > removed but that's not so easy. FVWM is over 20 years old and many things > > > were growed over the time and interlaced with each other. > > > > > > How will the new display managers (if that's the correct term) such as > > Wayland and Mir effect fvwm? Does it have to be ported to Wayland to work? > > Yes, FVWM would have to be a Wayland Compositor to be able to work correctly. > > Good luck with that. > > If I were you, I'd let the FUD die down about Wayland and concentrate > on fluffier things.
So, what's the relationship between your aforementioned private FVWM cleanup effort  and wayland? > > -- Thomas Adam And what are plans of current active FVWM developers re. wayland porting? Let me note that FVWM absolutely fits my needs. Martin ---------------------------------  https://github.com/ThomasAdam/fvwm/tree/ta/complete-cleanup