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commit 23a164e753a7db5043c59c2ae4696d1fc8012000
Author: Stefan Schmidt <ste...@osg.samsung.com>
Date:   Mon Aug 10 17:00:25 2015 +0200

    README.Wayland: Update to latest configure options and mention xwayland
    
    Many of them have been out of date. Remove what is no longer needed and
    mention XWayland.
---
 README.wayland | 19 ++++++-------------
 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 13 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.wayland b/README.wayland
index b210a52..0ff7269 100644
--- a/README.wayland
+++ b/README.wayland
@@ -61,23 +61,16 @@ This can be done by passing:
 
 Now, on to the magic bits ;)
 
-In order for Enlightenment to be compiled without X11, using Wayland
-only, you will need to pass a few more options to the configure stage
-of Enlightenment:
+In order for Enlightenment to be compiled as Wayland compositor you will need 
to
+pass a few more options to the configure stage of Enlightenment:
 
-  --enable-wayland-only
-  --enable-wl-drm
+  --enable-wayland
 
-Since this is all still a work-in-progress, there are a few
-Enlightenment modules that have not been "fixed" to work without X11
-yet. Those will need to be disabled if you enabled the wayland-only
-option:
 
-  --disable-shot
-  --disable-xkbswitch
-  --disable-conf-randr
-  --disable-wl-x11
+If you also want support for running X applications under Wayland you might 
want
+to try out XWayland support:
 
+  --enable-xwayland
 
 At this stage, you should have EFL properly built, and Enlightenment
 properly built. Let's move on to running it...

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