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Enlightenment 0.19 Now In Alpha With Better Wayland Support

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Enlightenment 0.19 Alpha was just tagged as the very latest desktop / window manager work that includes improved Wayland support for E19.

Enlightenment 0.19 Alpha features improved Wayland support, a tiling profile has been added, the tiling module rework has landed, support for the new X PRESENT extension for reducing compositing overhead, the E16-style live pager has returned, and the new compositor code has landed.

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