I'm having trouble building the EFL, etc. libraries... I typically
download the tarballs and compile from those, but i've also now tried
following the directions on:
Compiling all the libraries (in the order specified) still results in
Sorry to bring this up again, but i ran into the same issue with the
efl-1.16 release. During the elementary build process, the
freshly-compiled edje_cc (from efl) crashes with a segfault. This time
i wasn't able to finish building no matter what combination of CFLAGS
I making sure there
> From: Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
> edje_cc doesnt - but libedje can load modules but directory existence does
> not mean a module loads. it needs a module.so inside to do anything... without
> a backtrace we dont have enouhg info to go on
Ok, so that's not the
> From: Philippe Jean Guillaumie
> Same error building elm on Ubuntu 15.10.
> As a workaround use this: CFLAGS="-O2 -ffast-math -march=native"
Uninstalled everything and started over with the tarballs for
efl-1.15.2, etc. and used these flags instead. That seems to have
After resolving my build problems earlier (-O3 in the CFLAGS caused
edje_cc to segfault while elementary was building, -O2 worked), i'm
now noticing extreme memory usage with Enlightenment. Not at first, it
gradually goes up over time.
I first noticed that after Enlightenment runs for a
> From: Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
> settings -> advanced -> performance
> under "caches"
> "cache flush interval" - default is 512 ticks. top slider.
I've run into this problem before, too. After reading this, I checked
this setting and it is still set to the
I posted before about build problems with E19, and seem to have solved
those. For the record (and anyone searching the mailing list
- edje segfaults during elementary build was caused by left over
modules in /usr/local/lib/edje/. Have to run "make uninstall" in
_both_ efl and
> From: Cedric BAIL
> As for tracking memory leak
> the right tool this day is valgrind. It is going to slow down the
> tracked software quite a lot !
> enlightenment_start -massif -display :1.0
Actually, the slowing wasn't too bad, and it was easier to catch it at
I'm Enlightenment 20.2, and am having trouble with window positions
being remembered. I have a terminology window set to open on E's
start-up, and i set it up as desired, then selected the following
options from the window -> remember settings:
First screen: none of the radio buttons are
I wrote a while back about an apparent memory leak while running
Enlightenment, but only have time to look into it every few weeks.
Here is something I've found...
The run-away memory usage only occurs while xscreensaver is running,
and then not every time. I figured it might have to do with
I seem to have run into a conflict with efl, enlightenment, and nvidia
GLX libraries, and i'm not sure where the problem lies. While running
E-0.20.6, or E-0.21-beta, any windows opened have completely black
contents. The window decorations are fine, and E's menus, etc. appear
normally. But if i
Looking for some clarification on the build instructions... On the
main download page, the build order no longer mentions the Elementary
libs. But the README in the E21 source does... Are these libs required
On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 8:18 PM, Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> never seen that. sounds like randr has reconfigured the screen to 10x10 or
> whatever. e does have logs. look for RRR: in stdout/err logs from e.
I didn't think of those... I ran E in a bare-bones X session and
Just ran into a problem i've never seen before... E0.21-b has been
working fine for me so far, but today was the first time since
switching that i had to take my laptop somewhere, so i closed the lid
to suspend it. When i later opened the lid, the laptop woke up, but
the display was blank, or so i
On Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 3:21 AM, Carsten Haitzler <ras...@rasterman.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 14 May 2016 22:39:28 -0400 Conrad Knight <iestynap...@gmail.com> said:
>> I seem to have run into a conflict with efl, enlightenment, and nvidia
>> GLX libraries, and i'm n
How do i read/edit E's *.cfg files? Or even just find out what
settings are stored in each one? My settings seem to have gotten
messed up over time (perhaps due to numerous upgrades?). An easy
solution i've used before is just the config directory and start all
over with a blank slate.
I'm running into a problem while trying to build efl-1.20.5. I'm
working with a system that pretty much had no header files, or
anything needed for the compile to work. Many repeated runs of the
"configure" script gradually helped me find the ones needed. Until it
came the "make" step. Apparently
I've been struggling with this for a while, and really can't figure
out the problem.
On my desktop, i have a few gadgets added through E's menu (Settings >
Gadgets). I've added the clock and the systray, and resized /
positioned them to my liking. They're near the top right of the
> -s should bypass this and force a new process. it sees multiple
> instances one process has become broken somehow. disabling that should
> get you back to normal.
Hmm, using "terminology" or "terminology -s" from the command line
both start a new process. But then again, starting it from the
On Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 10:52 PM, Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> it should be. though it may have found another one somewhere more preferable
I did find one other, very old one, oddly called
"terminology:terminology.desktop". But i deleted that before logging
On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 1:02 AM, Carsten Haitzler <ras...@rasterman.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Mar 2018 22:49:15 -0400 Conrad Knight <iestynap...@gmail.com> said:
>> Ok, rebooted. Now the desktop file is being read as usual on every
>> login. But even with the -s
On Sat, Mar 31, 2018 at 10:48 PM, Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> 1. you enabled "only launch single instance" under settings->desktop
> environments in enlightenment
Ugh, that was it! All fixed now. No idea how it got set, i hate that
behaviour in other desktop/window
I've been having this issue for a while now. If i attempt to run
terminology from Enlightenment's applications menu, it does not open a
new terminal. Instead it will simply put the focus on an existing
terminology window. If i happen to attempt to open a new terminology
window on another
On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 4:39 AM Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> oh - mouse pointer didn't change e.g. when over chrome? (when things froze).
> zero changes to pointer? in your previous mail you said the pointer changed
> when you clicked ... did it still do this?
The cursor remains the default E
On Mon, Dec 24, 2018 at 4:54 AM Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> if you want to attach without there being a crash.. first tell
> enlightenment_start to stop monitoring:
> killall -USR1 enlightenment_start
Well that was easier than i
I recently upgraded from EFL 1.20.7 to 1.21.1. At the same time i also
enabled wayland support, however i'm still running Enlightenment under
Xorg. I also ugraded E itself from 0.22.3 to 0.22.4. There were no
other changes to my set up.
Since this upgrade i've been running into this problem:
I've followed the instructions on this page:
adding the necessary configure options. (Note:
--enable-wayland-clients and --enable-wayland-egl for enlightenment's
configure are not recognised. I used --enable-wayland instead.)
I'm using efl 1.21.1 and
On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 1:39 PM Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> As usual - wayland stuff is kind of new and experimental so I'd advise using
> git master for that.
> as for how to compile - look at the aur git pkgs:
Ok, i'll give it a shot :) Couple of quick questions:
For EFL, are "--enable-egl" and
On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 3:24 AM Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> that's the meson based build - you can just use it as-is and copy & paste...
I was under the impression that meson building wasn't quite working
yet for efl. I just gave it a go, and it wants a more recent version
On Sat, Jan 12, 2019 at 9:48 AM Carsten Haitzler wrote:
it's been working a charm for me for months now... :) little
things here and
there have been fixed, but it's pretty much good.
Ok, got it working :)
I now have a build that will run under either Wayland or Xorg, based
on which session i
On Sun, Dec 16, 2018 at 8:31 AM Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> actually you may be surprised that focus may be getting set.. you just don't
> SEE the results. if you have something that produces sounds when u type...
> you have speakers or headphones set up and volume up and maybe a
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