On 9/29/18 4:03 PM, minimec wrote: A long time ago there was a build script, 'easy_e17.sh' it was called I tnink, that checked the project tree for new code and compiled the components accordingly. Would such a script still exist? Or what would be your recommended way to compile enlightenment
Hi I found the following enlightenment ppa https://launchpad.net/~torkvemada/+archive/ubuntu/e22 Ciao ___ enlightenment-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/enlightenment-users
Dear Raster. Thank you for your reply. > Input should have nothing to do with driver. it's unrelated to any video driver (nvidia) code. This doesn't make sense... :/ It's something else. After having read your reply, I checked my config and startup script and found, that I run a modified
On Wed, 26 Sep 2018, Carsten Haitzler wrote: tutorial for a beta API that is absolutely not stable yet and is explicitly marked as such. it is changing and not ready for general use. It's available as a kind of preview as well as for developers to give feedback on the API and design and so on.
Hi, On Saturday 29 September 2018 16:03, minimec wrote : > A long time ago there was a build script, 'easy_e17.sh' it was called I > tnink, that checked the project tree for new code and compiled the > components accordingly. Would such a script still exist? Or what would be > your recommended