The GDK Wayland backend provides support for running GTK applications
under a Wayland compositor. To run your application in this way, select
the Wayland backend by setting
On UNIX, the Wayland backend is enabled by default, so you don’t need to do anything special when compiling it, and everything should “just work.”
Specifies the name of the Wayland display to use. Typically, wayland-0 or wayland-1.
Used to locate the Wayland socket to use.
See the documentation for Wayland-specific GDK APIs.