1. 20 Oct, 2020 1 commit
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      lint: Check for missing braces · 153f9c39
      Dorota Czaplejewicz authored
      The `eek/layersurface.c` file should be excluded because it's an imported, "foreign" source, but clang-tidy doesn't seem to have an annotation for that.
      An alternative would have been to exclude it in Meson and do the check there, but that requires clang-tidy, raising the barrier to contribute of Squeekboard even more (it already requires libfeedback, which isn't packaged widely).
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      build: Make compatible with Debian Bullseye · ecfc45c2
      Dorota Czaplejewicz authored
      This commit is a bit bigger than it could have: Meson changes could have gone in separately from CI and Debian.
      This commit looks more complicated than it should reasonably be. Alas, Cargo is a piece of work, and it doesn't let honest people just choose different versions of dependencies, leading to a cascade of misery. Several things were tried to curb the disaster:
      - Cargo [feature] supports choosing dependencies, but doesn't support specifying dependency versions
      - Cargo has a cfg() syntax in sections for choosing dependencies by build options, but it explicitly doesn't support selecting on features…
      - Cargo allows choosing different dependencies based on features, so perhaps dependencies with different versions could live in stub crates pulled in as needed? Nope! If a dependency doesn't exist in the repo (and that's the point here), Cargo throws up its hands.
      This means Cargo.toml needs to be generated based on the build type. More misery:
      - we lose the simplicity of just doing `cargo.sh` for simple housekeeping like deps updates. HACKING.md was updated to reflect that. Perhaps that's inevitable - build options need to be like this.
      - Some flaky adjustments needed in `cargo.sh` because of an additional argument that can be mistaken for an argument to the exec in `cargo run`.
      - Specifying a custom `Cargo.toml` means Cargo can no longer find any tests, examples, benchmarks, or binaries, because it searches relative to the directory of `Cargo.toml`, which is now the build dir. Extra care needed to not forget about them now.
      As soon as Cargo allows anything better for managing deps versions, the above should be undone in its favor.
      Good side is that a couple bugs went away:
      - build flags not always making it to Cargo
      - arm64 builds were optional while they shouldn't
      - test layouts in unit tests are loaded from an explicit directory now
      The Bullseye versions of dependencies are canonical now, Buster considered legacy.
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      build: Use only meson for squeekboard · 8087c3e5
      Dorota Czaplejewicz authored
      This breaks autoconf. The only resulting binary is the squeekboard GUI. It still needs the autotools-built eekboard client in order to do anything useful. That one needs to be built using a different branch, making this a WIP.
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