What are some good examples of something unsafe, nicely wrapped in a safe yet full-featured #Rust API?
By unsafe, I don't just mean there are some raw pointers involved. I mean something that would actually be scary to use even from C.
Well, this happened. Wouldn't be a big enough thing to write a blog post about, but some apps will need updates.
This Week in GNOME #7 "Software Upgrade" is online now!
If you want to learn more about the new GNOME Software, "Apps for GNOME", Shell (...and much more!) you should check out the blog post! 👆
Now works with inspector too. Also libhandy and libadwaita try to do their best to block CSS transitions; sadly it's not possible to do in a 100% reliable way without GTK-side changes.
With no app-side transitions, it should be possible to crossfade everything on compositor.
I decided to rework one little project I've worked on previously while I'm on vacation, as it's not a huge priority otherwise.
While it reuses parts of the old demo related to the transition, the grid is all new, sharing internals with AdwTabBar. As a result it has working DnD, even between overviews and tab bars. And no, its not GtkFlowBox nor GtkGridView.
Happy 24th birthday to the #gnome project!
It now knows how to deal with pictures / videos. Maybe other communities are interested in creating a "This Week in X" blog as well 👀?
The latest version of the thoughtful, capable, and ethical replacement for Windows and macOS is here. elementary OS 6 empowers you to be in control and express yourself, continues to innovate with new features, and is both easier to get and more inclusive. https://blog.elementary.io/elementary-os-6-odin-released/
Today I played a bit with Builder + deviced after reading this:
Builder compiles your project for the target architecture (in my case a OnePlus 6 / aarch64) using qemu and installs it on your mobile device (without having to use a cable!).
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