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This is the QtWayland module. The QtWayland module consists of two parts: Wayland platform plugin: Enables Qt applications to be run as Wayland clients. QtCompositor API: Enables the creation of Wayland compositors using Qt and QtQuick. By default only the Wayland platform plugin is built. If you want to build the experimental QtCompositor API then you need to set the qmake CONFIG variable to include "wayland-compositor" when building the QtWayland module: qmake CONFIG+=wayland-compositor make Note: make sure the source tree is clean before running those commands. If in doubt, run git clean -f -d -x. To build the QtWayland module you need the external dependencies: xkbcommon 0.2.0 - http://xkbcommon.org/ wayland 1.2.0 - http://wayland.freedesktop.org/ QtCompositor supports loading client buffer integrations that don't use the wayland-egl interfaces. These client buffer integrations are picked up by QtCompositor as plugins. To specify what plugin to load use the environment variable QT_WAYLAND_CLIENT_BUFFER_INTEGRATION in the environment where the compositor is started. The compositor will broadcast to the clients which hardware integration to load when using the generic platformplugin "wayland". If no client buffer integration is specifided, then the wayland-egl plugin will be loaded. Please note that no Weston clients will work if the non standard wayland-egl client buffer integration is used. To start the qwindow-compositor with the xcomposite-egl integration then start the compositor as follows: QT_WAYLAND_CLIENT_BUFFER_INTEGRATION=xcomposite-egl ./qwindow-compositor Now it should be possible to start an application in a separate terminal. ie: $QTBASEDIR/examples/opengl/hellowindow/hellowindow -platform wayland --single Available client buffer integrations are: wayland-egl (this is the default) brcm xcomposite-egl xcomposite-glx We hang out at #qt-labs and #qt-lighthouse on freenode if you have any questions