The menu view generates a simple dialog of widgets and reports the
hovered element. It is meant to be embedded into applications that
require simple GUIs but don't want to deal with the pecularities of
a full-blown widget set.
If the Rom_session::update function returns false, the ROM dataspace may
have been physically destructed (and core has removed all mappings).
In this case, we have to omit the detach operation in the destructor
of 'Attached_dataspace' to avoid detaching the same region twice.
The headers 'texture_rgb565.h' and 'texture_rgb888' contain
template specializations needed for using the 'Texture::rgba' function
for the respective pixel formats. The specializations were formerly
contained in application-local code.
The window manager provides a nitpicker session interface. In contrast
to the nitpicker server, which leaves the view layout up to the client,
the window manager organizes the views on screen according to a policy
provided by a window layouter. Furthermore, it equips views with window
decorations as provided by a window decorator. Both layouter and
decorator are independent programs.
This patch changes both the Input::Session interface and the skeleton
for the server-side implementation of this interface
The Input::Session interface offers a new 'sigh' function, which can be
called be the client to register a signal handler. The signal handler
gets notified on the arrival of new input. This alleviates the need to
poll for input events at the client side.
The server-side skeleton for implementing input services underwent a
redesign to make it more modular and robust. I.e., there are no
global functions needed at the server side and the event-queue
enable/disable mechanism is implemented at a central place (in the root
component) rather than inside each driver.
This patch changes the top-level directory layout as a preparatory
step for improving the tools for managing 3rd-party source codes.
The rationale is described in the issue referenced below.