Wayland work status

Lundberg, Johannes johannes at brilliantservice.co.jp
Sat Aug 13 17:15:28 UTC 2016

Thanks for the help Matthew..
Yeah, I can't believe it was working all along and a stupid copy/paste
error gave us so much trouble...

On Sat, Aug 13, 2016 at 12:26 AM, Matthew Macy <mmacy at nextbsd.org> wrote:

>  >
>  > ​Wayland relies on kqueue which is not implemented in drm's 3.8 or 4.6
>  > branches. I'm working on this now for drm-next-4.6 and it is almost
>  > complete.
>  > I will probably implement it also in the 3.8 ​branch to be able to run
>  > Wayland on both to compare and find bugs in linuxkpi more easily. Will
>  > share patch for 3.8 branch when done.
>  >
> drm-next has working kevent support following shortly after the drm-v4.7
> tag. Your kqfilter implementation would be ideal for 3.8 but is not
> suitable for drm-next as it substantially modifies vendor code. I think
> your implementation does in fact work or is very close. Your apparent
> problem stemmed from an index overwrite in your modified kmscube.c test
> case.
> A working kmscube.c can be found at:
> https://github.com/FreeBSDDesktop/kmscube
> With no arguments it will use select. If you pass -k it will use kevent.
> -M

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