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Author:  Monax [ Sun Jul 19, 2020 2:18 pm ]
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Hi zeval,

The hit box of the close button is bigger than the icon (around 32px).

Author:  Dennisbonke [ Mon Jul 27, 2020 2:33 pm ]
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The last time I posted here I had ported nyancat to Managarm. In passing I mentioned fixing up the X11/Wayland stack to work with Xwayland and becoming self-hosting. This weekend, we managed to complete one of those two! I'm proud to announce that Xwayland is working on managarm, with some X clients to demonstrate this new ability. The porting process was relatively simple, but we ran into some bugs with our epoll implementation which were hard to track down. On the back-end GLX uses llvmpipe for it's rendering which gives quite decent performance in qemu.
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Author:  PeterX [ Mon Jul 27, 2020 2:49 pm ]
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Cooool! :)

Now you have Wayland and therefor X applications.

Greetings
Peter

Author:  Dennisbonke [ Mon Jul 27, 2020 2:59 pm ]
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Well we had weston for quite some time now but getting the xwayland module working and porting the X server to support it makes it possible to run stuff like glxgears. Many DE's expect the X server to be there to use, and a lot of programs that use gtk seem to depend on the X libraries, which will eventually need the X server. It was a fun project to do but trying to printf debug the X server and some of it's libraries (libX11 and libxcb, I'm looking at you) is not something you do for fun. Was it worth it in the end? Hell yes seeing those gears turn was a great moment and a good birthday present :D

Author:  Octacone [ Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:29 pm ]
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@Dennisbonke looks like you're having fun! :D

Do you plan on rewriting the Intel HD Graphics driver anytime soon?
Do you still have the original hardware that the driver was tested on?

Author:  Dennisbonke [ Tue Jul 28, 2020 4:40 pm ]
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As far as I know there are no current plans for an Intel HD graphics rewrite soon, and I must say these ports are untested on real hardware, although this is on my todo list.
As for the hardware the driver was tested on, I have no idea what hardware that was originally written for, but it looks like something out of the G45 series. It's quite possible that someone on the development team still has this hardware laying around though.

Author:  Korona [ Thu Jul 30, 2020 11:27 am ]
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I do have the hardware (basically, a Nehalem-era chipset), why do you ask?

Author:  Octacone [ Fri Jul 31, 2020 5:47 am ]
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Korona wrote:
I do have the hardware (basically, a Nehalem-era chipset), why do you ask?


I was wondering if your G45 still worked. Can you plot pixels with it on real HW?
It is fascinating that your code doesn’t utilize the GTT at all.
I have a basic Kaby Lake mode setting driver, but I can’t get it to plot pixels.

Author:  ntro [ Fri Aug 07, 2020 9:32 am ]
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I'm still tweaking things a little bit, but at least now I can (again) print some text to the screen.
Time to go back into developing the driver loader, as I already have a basic initrd FS with read/write support on the kernel...

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Author:  PeterX [ Fri Aug 07, 2020 9:53 am ]
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That's a good one, and I like the look of the font.

But it's kind of a milestone, so I would recommend to upload it.

Greetings
Peter

Author:  Korona [ Sat Aug 08, 2020 2:37 pm ]
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What size (in pixels) are rendering the font at? Looks quite good indeed.

Author:  ntro [ Sun Aug 09, 2020 8:50 am ]
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I'm calling FT_Set_Pixel_Sizes with 13x13, but the converter says that the glyphs are all at most 8x14.

Author:  akasei [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 7:22 am ]
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Not too much but always something :)

Architecture: x86-64
Language: Assembly (format: Nasm)
Size: 36 KiB 8)

https://github.com/Blackend/Cyjon

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Author:  PeterX [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 8:52 am ]
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Only 36 KiB size with a GUI is really cool!

Greetings
Peter

Author:  Structure [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 9:06 am ]
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