Back in 2018, putting SDL's Wayland backend into shape was part of my first project done for @purism. Before that you couldn't really use it without expecting it to crash; it was outdated and lacked support for basic stuff like high DPI screens. Got it to work well enough for basic use-cases back then (even fixing some compositor bugs in the process), but it was still pretty bare bones with tons of features missing and the rest held by duct tape.

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@dos @purism considering that SDL is actually a huge thing, this is a big deal, i cannot imagine people using Wayland without a proper SDL support.

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