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authorFrederic Plourde <fredinfinite23@panda23.(none)>2011-08-30 13:39:30 -0400
committerFrederic Plourde <fredinfinite23@panda23.(none)>2011-08-30 13:39:30 -0400
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-rw-r--r--tests/pluginclasshandler/typenames/CMakeLists.txt25
-rw-r--r--tests/pluginclasshandler/typenames/test-pch-typenames.cpp83
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/CMakeLists.txt15
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/callbacks/CMakeLists.txt23
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/callbacks/test-timer-callbacks.cpp106
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/diffs/CMakeLists.txt23
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/diffs/test-timer-diffs.cpp82
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/set-values/CMakeLists.txt23
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/set-values/test-timer-set-values.cpp139
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/test-timer.cpp61
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/test-timer.h89
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/while-calling/CMakeLists.txt23
-rw-r--r--tests/timer/while-calling/test-timer-set-times-while-calling.cpp124
-rw-r--r--xslt/CMakeLists.txt20
-rw-r--r--xslt/bcop.xslt1581
-rw-r--r--xslt/compiz_gconf_schemas.xslt410
-rw-r--r--xslt/compiz_gsettings_schemas.xslt.in441
-rw-r--r--xslt/default_plugins.xslt76
424 files changed, 334656 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9b9739d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/.gitignore
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+po/compiz.pot
diff --git a/AUTHORS b/AUTHORS
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..59abfdf
--- /dev/null
+++ b/AUTHORS
@@ -0,0 +1,101 @@
+Adam Williamson <awilliam@redhat.com>
+Adel Gadllah <adel.gadllah@gmail.com>
+Alyssa Hung <deciare@isisview.org>
+Andrea Azzarone <azzaronea@gmail.com>
+Bellegarde Cedric <gnumdk@gmail.com>
+Bellegarde Cedric <gnumdk@puffy.homelinux.org>
+C-F Language team <i18n@opencompositing.org>
+Cedric <gnumdk@gmail.com>
+Christopher Williams <christopherw@verizon.net>
+Christopher Williams <crdlb@compiz-fusion.org>
+Compiz Fusion l10n team <i18n@opencompositing.org>
+Dan Winship <danw@novell.com>
+Dan Winship <danw@twelve-monkeys.boston.ximian.com>
+Daniel Lea <danlea@gmail.com>
+Daniel Nylander <po@danielnylander.se>
+Danny Baumann <daba@mobilrechner.localdomain>
+Danny Baumann <daba@rechenknecht.peppercon.de>
+Danny Baumann <dannybaumann@web.de>
+David Reveman <c99drn@cs.umu.se>
+David Reveman <david@ion.(none)>
+David Reveman <davidr@novell.com>
+Dennis Kasprzyk <onestone@beryl-project.org>
+Dennis Kasprzyk <onestone@compiz-fusion.org>
+Dennis Kasprzyk <onestone@opencompositing.org>
+Didier Roche <didrocks@ubuntu.com>
+Diogo Ferreira <diogo@underdev.org>
+Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@opensuse.org>
+Dominique Leuenberger <dominique@leuenberger.net>
+Dominique Leuenberger <dominique@messiah.leuenberger.net>
+Eduardo Gurgel Pinho <eduardo@mad4.Chagas>
+Erkin Bahceci <erkinbah@gmail.com>
+Gerd Kohlberger <lowfi@chello.at>
+Guillaume <ixcemix@gmail.com>
+Guillaume Seguin <guillaume@segu.in>
+James Jones <jajones@jatest.nvidia.com>
+Jason Smith <jason.smith@canonical.com>
+Jay Catherwood <jay.catherwood@gmail.com>
+Jeremy C. Reed <reed@reedmedia.net>
+Jigish Gohil <cyberorg@opensuse.org name = Jigish Gohil>
+Jigish Gohil <cyberorg@prime.cyberorg.info>
+Joel Bosveld <Joel.Bosveld@gmail.com>
+Joel Bosveld <joel.bosveld@gmail.com>
+Julian Sikorski <lordzanon@poczta.onet.pl>
+Jürgen Kreileder <jk@blackdown.de>
+Kristian Hogsberg <krh@bitplanet.net>
+Kristian Høgsberg <krh@redhat.com>
+Kristian Lyngstol <kristian@beryl-project.org>
+Kristian Lyngstol <kristian@bohemians.org>
+Kristopher Ives <kris@leetbook2.(none)>
+Kristopher Ives <kristopher.ives@gmail.com>
+Lubos Lunak <llunak@novell.com>
+Michael Vogt <mvo@ubuntu.com>
+Mike Cook <mcook@novell.com>
+Mike Dransfield <mike@blueroot.co.uk>
+Mirco Muller <macslow@bangang.de>
+Nicolas Viennot <nicolas@viennot.biz>
+Owen W. Taylor <otaylor@fishsoup.net>
+Patrick Niklaus <marex@beryl-project.org>
+Patrick Niklaus <marex@opencompositing.org>
+Patrick Niklaus <patrick.niklaus@googlemail.com>
+Per Wigren <per.wigren@gmail.com>
+Quinn Storm <livinglatexkali@gmail.com>
+Quinn Storm <quinn@quinn-laptop.(none)>
+Randolph Chung <randolph@tausq.org>
+Rob Taylor <rob.taylor@codethink.co.uk>
+Robert Carr <racarr@gorbie.(none)>
+Robert Carr <robb@gorbachev.(none)>
+Robert Noland <rnoland@rnoland-ibm.acs.internap.com>
+Roi Cohen <racarr@gorbie.(none)>
+Roi Cohen <roico.beryl@gmail.com>
+Roland Baer <roland@Vista.(none)>
+Roland Bar <roland@verifysoft.de>
+Roland Bär <roland@Vista.(none)>
+Roland Bär <roland@verifysoft.de>
+Sam <smspillaz@gmail.com>
+Sam Spilsbury <Sam@XPS-SUSE.site>
+Sam Spilsbury <SmSpillaz@gmail.com>
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com>
+Sam Spilsbury <smspillaz@XPS-FEDORA.(none)>
+Sam Spilsbury <smspillaz@XPS-U.(none)>
+Sam Spilsbury <smspillaz@gmail.com>
+Sam Spilsbury <smspillaz@smspillaz-desktop.(none)>
+Scott Moreau <oreaus@gmail.com>
+Sebasian Billaudelle <stein@cream-project.org>
+Steven Robertson <nihilismwow@gmail.com>
+Stjepan Glavina <stjepang@gmail.com>
+Søren Sandmann <sandmann@redhat.com>
+Thierry Reding <thierry@gilfi.de>
+Tim Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com>
+Time Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com>
+Tomas Carnecky <tom@dbservice.com>
+Travis Watkins <amaranth@ubuntu.com>
+Unity <unity@VB-U1010.(none)>
+Ville Syrjala <syrjala@sci.fi>
+Zack Rusin <zack@kde.org>
+dragoran <drago01@gmail.com>
+gandalfn <gandalfn@club-internet.fr>
+mike@blueroot.co.uk <mike@blueroot.co.uk>
+moppsy <moppsy@comcast.net>
+scott <scott@box1.localdomain>
+Δημήτρης (djdoo) <jimdusis@yahoo.gr>
diff --git a/CMakeLists.txt b/CMakeLists.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3fdbd4f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/CMakeLists.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,133 @@
+project (compiz)
+
+set (CMAKE_MODULE_PATH_ORIG ${CMAKE_MODULE_PATH})
+set (COMPIZ_CMAKE_MODULE_PATH ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake)
+set (CMAKE_MODULE_PATH ${CMAKE_MODULE_PATH} ${COMPIZ_CMAKE_MODULE_PATH})
+include (CompizCommon)
+include (CompizPackage)
+include (cmake/base.cmake)
+include (CheckFunctionExists)
+include (CTest)
+
+
+set (CMAKE_CONFIGURATION_TYPES "Debug;Release;RelWithDebInfo;MinSizeRe" CACHE INTERNAL "" FORCE)
+if (NOT CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE)
+ set (CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE "Debug" CACHE STRING "Build type (Debug/Release/RelWithDebInfo/MinSizeRe)" FORCE)
+endif (NOT CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE)
+
+file (READ ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/VERSION COMPIZ_RELEASE_VERSION LIMIT 12 OFFSET 0)
+string (STRIP ${COMPIZ_RELEASE_VERSION} COMPIZ_RELEASE_VERSION)
+
+set (VERSION ${COMPIZ_RELEASE_VERSION})
+
+set (DECOR_INTERFACE_VERSION 20110504)
+
+if (COMPIZ_PACKAGING_ENABLED)
+ set (prefix ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX} CACHE PATH "prefix")
+ set (exec_prefix ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/bin CACHE PATH "bindir")
+ set (libdir ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/lib${LIB_SUFFIX} CACHE PATH "libdir")
+ set (includedir ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/include CACHE PATH "includedir")
+ set (datadir ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/share CACHE PATH "datadir")
+else (COMPIZ_PACKAGING_ENABLED)
+ set (prefix ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX} )
+ set (exec_prefix ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/bin )
+ set (libdir ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/lib${LIB_SUFFIX})
+ set (includedir ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/include )
+ set (datadir ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/share )
+endif (COMPIZ_PACKAGING_ENABLED)
+
+set (compiz_plugindir ${libdir}/compiz)
+set (compiz_sharedir ${datadir}/compiz/)
+set (compiz_metadatadir ${datadir}/compiz)
+set (COMPIZ_I18N_DIR ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/po)
+
+set (ALL_LINGUAS af ar bg bn bn_IN bs ca cs cy da de el en_GB en_US es eu et fi fr gl gu he hi hr hu id it ja ka km ko lo lt mk mr nb nl or pa pl pt pt_BR ro ru sk sl sr sv ta tr uk vi xh zh_CN zh_TW zu)
+set (GETTEXT_PACKAGE compiz)
+
+find_package (Boost 1.34.0 REQUIRED serialization)
+
+set (COMPIZ_REQUIRES
+ x11
+ xext
+ xdamage
+ xcomposite
+ x11-xcb
+ xrandr
+ xinerama
+ xext
+ ice
+ sm
+ libxml-2.0
+ libxslt
+ glib-2.0
+ gio-2.0
+ glibmm-2.4
+ "libstartup-notification-1.0 >= 0.7"
+)
+
+set (DECORATION_REQUIRES xrender)
+
+compiz_pkg_check_modules (COMPIZ REQUIRED ${COMPIZ_REQUIRES})
+compiz_pkg_check_modules (LIBDECORATION REQUIRED ${DECORATION_REQUIRES})
+
+list (APPEND COMPIZ_LIBRARIES ${Boost_LIBRARIES})
+
+include (CompizDefaults)
+
+set (COMPIZ_CFLAGS "${COMPIZ_CFLAGS} -I${Boost_INCLUDE_DIR}")
+
+set (_compiz_package_string "Compiz ${VERSION}")
+set (_compiz_package "Compiz")
+
+compiz_configure_file (${compiz_SOURCE_DIR}/config.h.core.in ${compiz_BINARY_DIR}/generated/config.h)
+
+compiz_configure_file (
+ ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/include/compiz-common.h.in
+ ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/generated/compiz-common.h
+)
+
+install (
+ FILES ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/generated/compiz-common.h
+ DESTINATION ${COMPIZ_DESTDIR}${includedir}/compiz
+)
+
+compiz_configure_file (
+ ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/compiz.pc.in
+ ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/compiz.pc
+ COMPIZ_REQUIRES
+ COMPIZ_CFLAGS
+)
+
+install (
+ FILES ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/compiz.pc
+ DESTINATION ${COMPIZ_DESTDIR}${libdir}/pkgconfig
+)
+
+add_subdirectory (cmake)
+add_subdirectory (include)
+add_subdirectory (images)
+add_subdirectory (libdecoration)
+add_subdirectory (gtk)
+add_subdirectory (kde)
+add_subdirectory (po)
+add_subdirectory (metadata)
+add_subdirectory (src)
+add_subdirectory (xslt)
+add_subdirectory (plugins)
+
+if (BUILD_TESTING)
+ add_subdirectory (tests)
+endif (BUILD_TESTING)
+
+compiz_ensure_linkage ()
+compiz_package_generation ("Compiz")
+compiz_add_uninstall ()
+compiz_add_git_dist ()
+compiz_add_distcheck ()
+compiz_add_release ()
+compiz_add_release_signoff ()
+
+_print_configure_results ()
+
+_check_compiz_cmake_macro (${CMAKE_MODULE_PATH_ORIG})
+
diff --git a/COPYING b/COPYING
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..988ebf2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/COPYING
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
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+
+For More information see COPYING.GPL, COPYING.LGPL and COPYING.MIT.
diff --git a/COPYING.GPL b/COPYING.GPL
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d60c31a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/COPYING.GPL
@@ -0,0 +1,340 @@
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+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Merge upstream
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Bump VERSION to reflect temporary release
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Fix stray .reset ()
+
+Merge: 1be316e 126f2a2
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Merge upstream
+
+Merge: 1852f86 1852f86
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Merge upstream
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Bump VERSION
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-20
+
+ Update NEWS for 0.9.5.92
+
+Merge: 8495379 825d16b
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge upstream
+
+Merge: 825d16b c9b0a19
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge in lp:~compiz-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.add_doc_for_decor
+
+Merge: 41f088c c12c848
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge lp:~compiz-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.distortion_fixes
+
+Merge: b0a1b5e 3504586
+Tim Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge lp:~thumper/compiz-core/fix-crash-on-event-source-cleanup
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Fix some other places we were using priv->attrib incorrectly
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Added comment explaining why we can't do that
+
+Merge: 01d92ab b0a1b5e
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge trunk
+
+Tim Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Don't have a wrapped CompEventSource as there is a bug in the destruction code.
+
+Tim Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Explicit constructors only make a difference when there is the ability to pass in a single argument.
+
+Tim Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Header now says to create an unwrapped event source.
+
+Tim Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Create an unwrapped CompEventSource.
+
+Merge: ab71bc8 9f4cdd6
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge
+
+Merge: 9f4cdd6 a8d1bcd
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-19
+
+ Merge in ICCCM 4.1.4 support
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-18
+
+ Correctly support ICCCM Section 4.1.4
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-13
+
+ Don't damage the paint rectangle in normal resize mode (fixed valgrind warning)
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-13
+
+ Use priv->geometry rather than priv->attrib, since priv->attrib could be updated by XGetWindowAttributes
+ which is a synchronous operation
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-13
+
+ Don't check against the XWindowAttributes that are stored when sending resize
+ notfications, since they could have been updated synchronously with XGetWindowAttributes
+ and could be out of sync with the geometry last received from the server which is what
+ we need to process requests based on.
+
+ Fixes cases where plugins didn't get that geometry update because of this condition,
+ which caused bugs like distorted windows in opengl since the window matrices were
+ wrong
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-12
+
+ memset the active window history so that we aren't jumping on unitialized garbage
+ in the array of windows
+
+Time Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-12
+
+ Merge in flags change for dlopen () on debug builds (dlclosing () with valgrind
+ is a bit useless)
+
+Time Penhey <tim.penhey@canonical.com> 2011-08-12
+
+ Merge in source reset change
+
+Merge: 28cab1d e6cb461
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-12
+
+ Merge in GSettings CMake file change
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-10
+
+ Disable core-settings-schema too
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-08-10
+
+ Add option to disable GSettings schema generation
+
+Ville Syrjala <syrjala@sci.fi> 2011-08-02
+
+ [PATCH] Don't unredirect overlay windows until we have set the new
+ bounding shape for the output window.
+
+ Unredirecting them before this time meant that they were stacked
+ underneath the overlay window and changing the bounding shape of
+ the output window would cause an expose event to be sent to
+ the overlay window causing a breif flicker as it redraws.
+
+ Unredirecting after this means that no expose event is sent because
+ the backing store is only set again after the bounding shape of the
+ output window has been changed
+
+Merge: ceab806 f2b2dc4
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-29
+
+ Merge trunk
+
+Merge: f2b2dc4 c9b0a19
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-29
+
+ Merge in doc for decor
+
+Merge: 7347a7c 3bdb2ef
+Andrea Azzarone <azzaronea@gmail.com> 2011-07-28
+
+ Merge in lp:~andyrock/compiz-core/fix-1309
+
+Andrea Azzarone <azzaronea@gmail.com> 2011-07-27
+
+ If an argument to a strcmp function has an invalid value (null pointer, etc.) the behavior is undefined.
+
+Merge: 3264985 4217940
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-27
+
+ Merge
+
+Merge: a44844f 4bb1f70
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-27
+
+ Merge in gsettings schema generation
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-26
+
+ Use relocatable keys
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-26
+
+ Merge in gsettings schema generation
+
+Scott Moreau <oreaus@gmail.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Merge in default value change for obs
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Fix typo, also add files that are being copied into staging
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Bump VERSION
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Update NEWS for 0.9.5.0
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Revert "Update NEWS for 0.9.5.0"
+
+ This reverts commit a6e2ea3adf61e57bdcd4c5c957ce8e7223a9fb0b.
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Revert "Bump VERSION"
+
+ This reverts commit bedeff5d74a2786dd2751fab9e48bf3f96b7790e.
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Revert "Update NEWS for 0.9.5.0"
+
+ This reverts commit f37eda58232743ce28eb780075c1a4b73545a209.
+
+Merge: 2804807 bedeff5
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Merge branch 'master' of git+ssh://git.compiz.org/git/compiz/core
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Bump VERSION
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Update NEWS for 0.9.5.0
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Bump VERSION
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Update NEWS for 0.9.5.0
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Merge in build fix and debug message removal
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Fix for bad merge, unbreak plugin build
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-14
+
+ Merge in build changes
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-13
+
+ Disable BUILD_KDE4 in the distcheck target for now as upstream KDE has moved
+ some header files around and this is breaking the build check
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-08
+
+ Merge in fix to ftbfs in some cases
+
+Merge: ee98496 e43159f
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-08
+
+ Merge in lp:~smspillaz/compiz-core/compiz-core.dist-buildsystem and turn
+ CTest on by default for everything
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-08
+
+ Nitpicking and fix FTBFS on bzr
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-08
+
+ Drop support for bz2, add targets for release uploads, cleanup
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Add various fixes for distcheck, source distributions without a VCS
+ and non-C sources (eg python bindings where we can't do try_compile
+ because C and CXX are not in the enabled languages)
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Add a proper set of a release targets in the CMake buildsystem for all compiz
+ projects to use
+
+ make release-prep: generates NEWS ChangeLog and AUTHORS file
+ make distcheck: generates a tarball
+ make release-signoff: signs the tarball using the key in RELEASE_KEY and if
+ in a git repository, creates tags and branches for that
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Add VERSION file
+
+Merge: 0550e09 b9d6583
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Merge in lp:~unity-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.fix_706918 and hook
+ PluginClassHandler tests into make test
+
+Merge: a1268e2 7844ea3
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Merge in lp:~unity-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.fix_722830
+
+Merge: f914d15 ab21ddc
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Merge in lp:~unity-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.fix_802373
+
+Merge: faf527f 82a73b8
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Merge in lp:~smpillaz/compiz-core/compiz-core.fix_804683
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Remove debugging code
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Move timer tests into tests/timer/
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Revamp the unit tests, split into four separate tests, one for
+ implicit creation on get, one for construction, one for type names
+ and one for index sanity checking
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-07
+
+ Initialize index even if allocating the plugin class failed due to a buggy
+ base class
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-06
+
+ Add missing files
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-06
+
+ Remove useless #warning
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-06
+
+ Split tests up into files, poke timer.cpp, make test-timer link to the tests
+ and enable CTest
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-06
+
+ Add missing file
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Test for basic value modification
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Return 1 on the program if the test fails
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Add more tests for timers
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Add unit tests for timers
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Break the dependency between CompTimeoutSource and CompTimer
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Use a private implementation for CompTimer
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-05
+
+ Further break the dependency of timers on screen
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-04
+
+ Break CompTimer's dependency on CompScreen
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-04
+
+ Avoid useless calls to ::stop (). Also put ::get_time after ::attach
+ because the source must always be attached before the monotonic
+ time can be retreived
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-07-04
+
+ Don't use clock_getttime () directly, as there are some cases where
+ that clock can run backwards and cause our timers to mess up. GLib
+ handles this case for us, use Glib::Source::get_time in that case
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-29
+
+ Added a distcheck target
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-29
+
+ Add a more comprehensive dist target which detects running in
+ bzr, git, git with submodules and in no vcs and makes a tarball
+ no matter what and the right way
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-27
+
+ Convert to bell option
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-25
+
+ Added PluginClassHandler test
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-25
+
+ Abstract out CompPrivate storage from CompScreen so we can make it testable
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-24
+
+ Use priv->border instead of priv->input as the EWMH says that applications
+ which request to move their windows (through a normal ConfigureRequest)
+ should take into account the decoration extents and not the border extents.
+
+ Fixes LP#722830
+
+Merge: d0f83cc 4d0f3bb
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-23
+
+ Merge in fix for LP#800592
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-23
+
+ Fix double call to ::updateAttributes where raise on click is enabled and
+ grabbing a window to move it would also raise the window
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-23
+
+ Fix warnings
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-23
+
+ Fix typo which caused docks to be stacked relative to override redirect windows
+ and unmapped windows or other docks when shuffling stacking to be below
+ fullscreen windows that are active
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-18
+
+ Add documentation for the decor plugin
+
+Merge: 291627c 40849c0
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-18
+
+ Merge in fix for bad merge
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-18
+
+ Fix typo which caused decorations to be updated recursively because
+ CompWindow::resize () would always send fake resize notify events to
+ core which would then cause CompWindow::resize () to be called again
+ with no geometry change etc etc
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-17
+
+ Refactor the code somewhat
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-17
+
+ Make ::get () return a new class instance and initialize the index
+ if it hasn't been done already for this particular kind of class.
+
+ Fixes LP#706918
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-16
+
+ Fix typo which caused decorations to be updated recursively because
+ CompWindow::resize () would always send fake resize notify events to
+ core which would then cause CompWindow::resize () to be called again
+ with no geometry change etc etc
+
+Merge: 6fc939d 9dfc108
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Fixes LP#795065
+
+ ------------- This line and the following will be ignored --------------
+
+ modified:
+ src/window.cpp
+ unknown:
+ build/
+ po/compiz.pot
+ pending merges:
+ Sam Spilsbury 2011-05-25 Fix events going to frame windows when they sho...
+
+Merge: 9e6c11d a282aba
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Fixes LP#761616
+
+ ------------ This line and the following will be ignored --------------
+
+ modified:
+ src/screen.cpp
+ src/window.cpp
+ unknown:
+ build/
+ po/compiz.pot
+ pending merges:
+ Sam Spilsbury 2011-05-25 Restore selected event masks already rather tha...
+
+Merge: 79fe2cd 08828ed
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Merge in lp:~unity-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.one_property_decor
+
+Merge: 901d4a1 c6291da
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Merge in ~unity-team/compiz-core/compiz-core.bits_and_pieces_2011_05_21
+
+Merge: 2e57966 0545c16
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Merge in dock stacking fix
+
+Merge: 67e833c 32affe0
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Merge in emacs fix
+
+Merge: c6f456e a02b427
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Merge in Scott's change from upstream
+
+Merge: f3a1776 f3a1776
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-09
+
+ Merge in relevant branches
+
+Scott Moreau <oreaus@gmail.com> 2011-05-27
+
+ Redetect devices unconditionally when handling ConfigureNotify event. This fixes the case where an output was moved but outputChangeNotify is not called.
+
+Merge: 2550d7e e6afcfd
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-01
+
+ Merge in bell fix
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-06-01
+
+ Fix typo in initBellValue which stopped bell actions from working
+
+Merge: 17a6530 b4d9e29
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-31
+
+ Merge in from lp:compiz-core
+
+Merge: 763acbb 6e4da8c
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-31
+
+ Merge in frame fix for switcher decorations
+
+Merge: b4d9e29 a9ac70d
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-31
+
+ Merge to fix broken copytex plugin
+
+Merge: 698db76 dd8ec2a
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-31
+
+ Fix some tray icons appearing at 1px, check the override redirect state
+ and window parent at unreparent and reparent time.
+
+Merge: a39f7e3 a39f7e3
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-31
+
+ Merge
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-31
+
+ Fix crash with copytex. Use shared_ptr
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-30
+
+ Ensure the switcher window is unmapped after the switcher goes away
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-30
+
+ Fix windows appearing at small sizes
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-28
+
+ Fix typo in comment
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-28
+
+ Typo
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-28
+
+ Read the current override redirect state as the client may have
+ changed it while CreateNotify is being processed and thus
+ we could be reparenting and override redirect window.
+
+ Also ensure that when unreparenting windows that their
+ parent is still the wrapper window, otherwise
+ don't bother to reparent them back into the root
+ window, this will only cause trouble.
+
+ Fixes LP#767095
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-26
+
+ XSync right after configureXWindow in cases where we
+ need to immediately reorder the window stack.
+
+ This isn't a real fix, but at least fixes the following situation without
+ breaking the API and ABI
+
+ Windows stacked A, B, C
+
+ Plugin does: C->raise (), B->raise (), A->raise ()
+ Window list should read at this point: ... C, B, A ... (screen->windows ())
+ However, the output buffer hasn't been flushed at this point
+ so server side we will have A, B, C.
+
+ Now if a sneaky client tries to restack A above C, we will get the
+ ConfigureRequest for that, and instead of getting B, C, A like the client
+ expects, we'll actually get C, B, A.
+
+ The real solution is to have a list of windows last sent to the server
+ and a list of windows last recieved by it. That way plugins can
+ mess with the internal stack all they want, but when recieving
+ events for X as to the actual state of things, they can restack relative
+ to the server list.
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-25
+
+ Fix events going to frame windows when they shouldn't
+ since the client is already unmapped and there is no
+ reason a huge frame window should block input when
+ the client is animating out anyways
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-25
+
+ Restore selected event masks already rather than using hardcoded ones
+
+ Fixes LP #761616 where edge buttons wouldn't work because we'd select
+ for button events and then they wouldn't get restored at all
+
+Merge: 342ad2f 3ea8ae7
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-20
+
+ Merge git://git.compiz.org/compiz/core
+
+Scott Moreau <oreaus@gmail.com> 2011-05-17
+
+ Use CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH when searching for libraries.
+
+Scott Moreau <oreaus@gmail.com> 2011-05-13
+
+ * Bump version to 0.9.5
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Add hack to allow the KDE4 Window decorator to work correctly with the new
+ decoration interface, until KDE4 Window decorator is re-written to allow
+ for decoration lists.
+
+ Note that this gives public access to KWD::Decorator, which is a bad thing.
+
+ The way this works is to create two separate frames for inactive and active
+ decoration, and when one property is written to update the other.
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Remove setting of "_COMPIZ_WINDOW_DECOR_NORMAL" put decorations with
+ state == ~DECOR_WINDOW_FOCUS in the default decorations list instead
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Remove DECOR_NORMAL, just read all default decorations from a property
+ and match the state
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Remove DECOR_NORMAL_ATOM_NAME, the API is now to put all default decorations
+ in a list in one property
+
+Scott Moreau <oreaus@gmail.com> 2011-05-06
+
+ Respect CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH and CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH when searching for headers.
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Place relative to frame size
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Fix variable mismatch
+
+Sam Spilsbury <sam.spilsbury@canonical.com> 2011-05-08
+
+ Use bitwise