--- Comment #3 from Greg V <> ---
(In reply to Niclas Zeising from comment #2)

Gallium (required for EGL) depends on LLVM, not Wayland.

This is handled in the current port correctly. Please read it carefully:

EGL *is* already enabled by default on platforms with LLVM. Adding Wayland
support to EGL/DRI2 wouldn't mess with anything else.

graphics/wayland is a small dependency, 1mb on amd64, and pretty much all the
desktop things depend on it.

You can't "separate out the wayland bits". libgbm is linked to
libwayland-server, libEGL to both -server and -client. You could make a
nowayland flavor for people hell bent on saving one megabyte of disk space :)

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