Lukasz Stanislawski | 22 Jul 10:06 2014

[E-devel] Elm build break with enabled c++ bindings

Hi,

I'm getting following errors when trying to build elementary with 
default configure options. With '--disable-c++11' it builds well.
Could someone take a look?

BR,
LS

CC       libelementary_la-els_box.lo
CC       libelementary_la-els_cursor.lo
CC       libelementary_la-els_tooltip.lo
CC       libelementary_la-elu_ews_wm.lo
EOLCXX   elm_widget.eo.hh
ERR<24659>:eo_lexer /usr/local/share/eolian/include/edje-1/edje.eo:183 
() '(' expected at column 19 near 'char'
              const char *file; /* <at>  The path to the EDJ file to load  <at> p 
from */
                    ^

ERR<24659>:blackeolian_cxx bin/eolian_cxx/eolian_cxx.cc:217 
database_load() Eolian failed parsing input files
eolian_cxx: bin/eolian_cxx/eolian_cxx.cc:219: void 
eolian_cxx::database_load(const eolian_cxx::options_type&): Assertion 
`false && "Error parsing input files"' failed.
   EOLCXX   elm_container.eo.hh
ERR<24666>:eo_lexer /usr/local/share/eolian/include/edje-1/edje.eo:183 
() '(' expected at column 19 near 'char'
              const char *file; /* <at>  The path to the EDJ file to load  <at> p 
from */
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Prathamesh P Ghanekar | 21 Jul 12:30 2014

[E-devel] error while building elementary-1.8,1.9 on ubuntu13.10

Hi,

I am through with the installation of EFL-1.9.But, I face some strange and multiple errors while building
elementary-1.8,1.9.  I am trying with the tar files given on the downloads page of enlightenment website.
The errors are compilation errors, and suggest something's wrong in the code. Can anybody help me with this?

Regards,
Prathamesh

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Daniel Juyung Seo | 21 Jul 10:01 2014
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[E-devel] EFL at OSCON 2014.

Dear all EFL folks,
This is Daniel Juyung Seo (SeoZ).

If you are attending OSCON 2014 conference, please visit Tizen Session
which will mainly talk about EFL.

- Tizen Session is at Room E141 on July 23 (WED) 11:30 am. (I speak)
  Topic is 'The Art of Tizen UI Theme Technology in Various Profiles'
   http://www.oscon.com/oscon2014/public/schedule/detail/37626

I will be around the conference buildings through the whole conference
period. Feel free to contact me.

Thank you.

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ChunEon Park | 19 Jul 15:32 2014

[E-devel] Enventor v0.3.0 is released

Hello, This is Hermet.

I'm glad to announce the release of the Enventor v0.3.0.

Here is a summary about Enventor v0.3.0.

Demo video: http://youtu.be/Rqn-Pq5W9xI

Enventor 0.3.0
============

Changes since Enventor 0.2.0:
---------------------------

Additions:
 * Go to line (Ctrl+L)
 * Support template codes from the new file (F2)
 * Auto Completion (Ctrl+O)

Improvements:
 * Improved syntax color keywords to be configurable (enventor/data/color/color.src)
 * Support more syntax color keywords
 * Optimized syntax color function with parital applying mechacnism (Much faster in case of editing huge text)
 * Support syntax color on macros
 * Better intelligent focus movement
 * Changed desktop category to Development/Utility

Fixes:
 * Fixed broken Search GUI scalability
 * Fixed corrupted line number displaying
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Massimo Maiurana | 19 Jul 08:31 2014
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[E-devel] Elementary leaks with OpenGL

Yesterday I enabled the OpenGL engine in elementary. Actually I did run
elementary config to disable clicks in terminology, but while I was at
it I found that engine tab and thought that gl engine would perform
better than software, so I switched to it.
Now when I run terminology it eats up all of my ram in a few seconds. I
did a vanlgrind log (attached to this email) and saw the following lines
repeatedly printed on stderr:

ERR<5241>:EvasGL modules/evas/engines/gl_common/evas_gl_core.c:699
_surface_cap_init() There are no available surface formats. Error!
ERR<5241>:EvasGL modules/evas/engines/gl_common/evas_gl_core.c:1342
evgl_engine_init() Error initializing surface cap

Of course I'm back on software engine :)

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-- 
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Ragusa (RG)
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Jonathan Aquilina | 17 Jul 16:35 2014
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[E-devel] Python web app integration with enlightenment

Hi guys,

Is there a way I can integrate a django web based app into enlightenment

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Mariusz Bialonczyk | 17 Jul 13:54 2014
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[E-devel] e19 and wayland

Hello devs,
I hope it's ok to ask you directly here about some wayland issues.
Last time I decided to give my enlightenment a try and run it under wayland
on my laptop.
I have debian sid. Wayland/weston is from debian, and efl, enlightenment (and
also elementary) is from latest git.
I have intel i915 graphics and my weston-launch seems to working ok.

I've configured it as follows:
efl:
./configure --enable-drm --enable-wayland
enlightenment:
./configure --enable-wayland-clients --enable-wl-drm

I've got some small build problems - I had to manually enter the header file,
because complation fails with missing header file:

diff --git a/src/bin/e.h b/src/bin/e.h
index e430a5a..92a1666 100644
--- a/src/bin/e.h
+++ b/src/bin/e.h
 <at>  <at>  -124,7 +124,7  <at>  <at>  void *alloca (size_t);
 # endif

 # ifdef HAVE_WAYLAND
-#  include <Ecore_Wayland.h>
+#  include "/usr/local/include/ecore-wayland-1/Ecore_Wayland.h"
 #  include <uuid.h>
 # endif

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Prathamesh P Ghanekar | 17 Jul 07:26 2014

[E-devel] gstreamer1/0/Emotion based video player

Hi Carsten,

I am still in the process of understanding "rage" player that you suggested.

But, I have following thing in mind :
I have built EFL with the gstreamer1 module, which has generated emotion library(module) for
gstreamer1.0 backend. Now, can I simply create a gstreamer pipeline (say playbin) through my code and
link it to this library and other ELF libraries? I will add 'emotion-sink'-(the custom sink defined by the
module) to this pipeline. Will this render the video in emotion-sink?

The reason I am trying to avoid completely EFL-based video player is that It will take some time to get
familiar with EFL APIs, and time is a premium for me currently!!

Regards,
Prathamesh Ghanekar

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Chris Michael | 16 Jul 20:56 2014
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[E-devel] RFC: Ecore_Input

Hello devs :)

There was a brief discussion on IRC today regarding using libinput (of 
wayland fame) for other input related things in EFL (aside from drm). 
Cedric mentioned that it could be used for fb and various other 
engines/platforms. This would allow us to unify handling input devices 
under one efl library.

Ecore_Input seems the likely candidate to me....So I am writing to get 
any additional comments/remarks (before going through the effort of 
changing things).

One thing that I have noticed in the current ecore_input code is the 
namespacing seems wrong. The actual ecore_input codebase uses 
ecore_event as the API namespace (ecore_event_init, etc, etc). This just 
seems sooo wrong to me :( One thing I would like to do (open for 
discussion), is to unify this into ecore_input_init, etc, etc to make 
the API functions match the library namespace...However this would mean 
depcreating the existing ecore_event_init APIs (yes, mark them as 
deprecated, but internally just make the code call the newer 
ecore_input_init, etc).

Another thing we could do here is to bring in udev dependency and do 
input device discovery :) This would unify things so that we don't 
duplicate code (ecore_drm does this, ecore_fb could benefit from it, 
etc, etc).

Yet a third thing Could be to (compile time optional) bring in the 
systemd deps from ecore_drm and have ecore_input handle opening 
/dev/input devices and feeding those events. This would also unify and 
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Stefan Schmidt | 16 Jul 13:23 2014

[E-devel] Efl and Elementary 1.10.2 release

We are happy to release a second stable update for the 1.10.x series. If you experience some problem with
1.10 please update and if it still persists report the bug. We strongly encourage people to update to this
release as we fixed some security problems with our embedded copy of lz4.

EFL fixes:
   * evas/textblock: check item's type before returning result.
   * Evas textblock: Fix issue with edje fonts not being used. (T1331)
   * Evas/Textblock: Introduce PS deletion bug test and fix
   * evas/gl - fix to render grayscale with transparency format in gl backened.
   * edje: textblock style loading changed
   * lz4: fix possible security issue.

Elementary fixes:
   * fileselector: Make selected_set actually select the file
   * Win: Delete "focused" and "unfocused" signals emission because they duplicate Widgets signals

Download

http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/libs/efl/efl-1.10.2.tar.gz
44acf012f0dd3b0c01bb2c5e53231076d7ed463166f581d22ef441b127e8c85f

http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/libs/elementary/elementary-1.10.2.tar.gz
48fcfbd66b90df8b21203307d66364fb1d773b3e979476116b2ad1a5eab67378

Building and Dependencies

If you have an existing EFL or Elementary install, you may wish to delete its header files and libraries
before compiling and installing to avoid possible conflicts during compilation. If you are compiling
the above, please compile them in the following order:

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Kai Huuhko | 16 Jul 07:00 2014
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[E-devel] Epour 0.6.0 release

= Epour 0.6.0 released =

Epour BitTorrent client based on libtorrent.

== Download links ==

http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/apps/epour/epour-0.6.0.tar.gz
http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/apps/epour/epour-0.6.0.tar.bz2
http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/apps/epour/epour-0.6.0.tar.xz
http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/apps/epour/epour-0.6.0.md5sum
http://download.enlightenment.org/rel/apps/epour/epour-0.6.0.sha1sum

See README for install dependencies and instructions.

== New features ==

  - Add torrent -dialog
  - Torrent properties dialog now has options and auto-updating status
  - Torrent list's items display a status tooltip on mouse over
  - Torrent list items' menu has more controls
  - Torrent file list is now displayed in a more convenient tree mode,
and auto-updates
  - Finished torrents can be moved to another directory
  - Torrents and fast resume data are now saved in a pickled Python
dict instead of individual files
  - Data and configuration files' directories are now prefixed using
[[ http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html
| xdg basedir ]] instead of being hardcoded
  - Buttons from session panel were moved into a toolbar

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