[ubuntu/disco-proposed] mutter 3.31.92-1~fakesync (Accepted)

Iain Lane iain at orangesquash.org.uk
Wed Mar 6 17:25:23 UTC 2019

mutter (3.31.92-1~fakesync) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
    + Add back support for system-wide monitor configurations
    + Add cursor-mode support to window screencasting
    + Add flag parameter to grab accelerator API
    + Add fractional scaling support
    + Consider remapped keys when guessing keycode from keysym
    + Don't disable page flips after temporary failues
    + Fix crash when using "restore shortcuts" without focus window
    + Fix flicker of apps that use multiple SHM buffers
    + Fix infinite loop in EDID matching
    + Improve redraw performance
    + Reuse old CRTC if possible to avoid flicker on hotplug
    + Stop turning on-screen-keyboard off on focus changes
    + wayland: Don't maximize windows if minimum size is too big
    + wayland: Don't resetin text-input state prematurely
  * Drop old cherry-picks which are upstream, refresh other patches.
  * d/p/sound-player-Don-t-deadlock-in-finish_cb.patch: Cherry-pick.
    This fixes a deadlock bug when scrolling over the volume indicator. (LP:
  * debian/control: Breaks gnome-settings-daemon << 3.31.91. Altering the
    GrabAccelerator API will break key grabbing under g-s-d versions which
    don't use the new parameter.
  * debian/libmutter-4-0.symbols: Update. Upstream dropped a load of
    deprecated functions. This obviously is an ABI break, but we don't
    consider the ABI stable until the final release. Also some additions.

mutter (3.31.90-2) experimental; urgency=medium

  * control: BD on dmz-cursor-theme instead of adwaita-icon-theme for tests.
    We actually only need *a* cursor theme, not the full icon theme.

Date: 2019-03-06 13:58:13.600093+00:00
Changed-By: Iain Lane <iain at orangesquash.org.uk>
Signed-By: Ubuntu Archive Robot <cjwatson+ubuntu-archive-robot at chiark.greenend.org.uk>
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