On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 9:47 PM, Tim Jester-Pfadt email@example.com wrote:
I think there might be a confusion regarding package .
For our regular desktops we need the XOrg server which comes as a binary in /usr/bin/Xorg provided by the xorg-server package in [extra]. You get this by setting --enable-xorg at compile time. Now for XWayland we have our own binary which is completely independet called /usr/bin/Xwayland. You get this binary by setting --enable-xwayland. You can have this as a standalone server by doing --disable-xorg --enable-xwayland, which then only builds XWayland. This is what the xwayland-git package does and therefore doesn't replace your X server and is a safe way to try out XWayland. You don't have two X servers afterwards.
Package  does both it compiles the developer Xorg binary and the development Xwayland binary, but if you want to try Xwayland you only need the last one. If you want the latest Xorg (which actually gets used by KDE et al.) you can use xorg-server-git, which only builds Xorg but not Xwayland. So there is no real need for a package that builds both.
Thank you for the clarification. I merged the xorg-server-xwayland-dev to xwayland-git