It turns out I had to introduce slight differences in the FLTK Wayland code depending
on whether it's run with Weston or with Gnome-Wayland. This creates the need
for libfltk to detect whether Weston is running. I have found that environment variable
XDG_SESSION_DESKTOP may be where to get that info. I see its value is
weston or Ubuntu-wayland or gnome.
A question to Weston users Albrecht and W.B. :
Is XDG_SESSION_DESKTOP defined in your setup? and does its value contain the string "weston" ?
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