Actually functional compositors, and querying their protocol capabilities : mirroring screens

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  • arewewaylandyet

    Sources for https://arewewaylandyet.com

    I've found https://arewewaylandyet.com/ and https://wayland.app/ (but the latter appears limited).

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    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • wl-mirror

    a simple Wayland output mirror client

    Maybe try https://github.com/Ferdi265/wl-mirror, since it says it should work on all wlroots compositors.

  • cagebreak

    Cagebreak: A Wayland Tiling Compositor Inspired by Ratpoison

    That's true for a lot of libraries, you have to maintain the code, I would treat that as a fact of life, It might be worth noting there are some projects designed to provide a high level abstraction over wlroots which might be different: cage -> used by cagebreak phoc -> used by phosh and wayfire -> used by swayfire.

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