Xming is the leading free unlimited X Window Server for Microsoft Windows (XP/2003/Vista). It is fully featured, small and fast, simple to install and because it is standalone native Microsoft Windows, easily transported [WWW]portable as a Pocket PC X server (i.e. no slow Linux API emulation wrappers and mounts).
- Update the FreeType2 and PuTTY projects from their CVS, and xserver,
libXfont, pixman, Mesa and xkeyboard-config from X.Org git.
- Atom caching does not survive server regeneration, e.g. this caused the
XDMCP clipboard to stop working on server reset, this is now fixed so that
all static Atoms renew appropriately.
- Unlock the display when exiting the main clipboard loop after trapping
- Call through 'winMessageBoxF()' to get all MessageBoxes from the server.
- Update the built-in keyboard layouts from recent Cygwin/X mailing list
- In XLaunch prepend the install path to plink.exe or ssh.exe, if the
'protocol path' is empty, before testing for the existence of these files.
- Build the cross-compiler toolchain using w32api-3.13 from MinGW and gcc
4.3.2 from the GNU project; then rebuild everything.
- The export public patches that I used in 18.104.22.168's 'opengl32.dll' are
not needed. 'swrast_dri.a' is built dependant on a separate 'libGL.dll' made
'-Wl,-export-all' that does not clash with Microsoft's 'opengl32.dll'. When
my 'opengl32.dll' is built '-Wl,-export-all', Xming.exe becomes dependent on
it, as it loses 'drop-in' compatibility with Microsoft's version.
- Rework the 'example_Xmingrc' file, that's included in the installer, to
be more useful and up-to-date.
- Edit in the New Year everywhere it's needed.
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