Description of problem:
Description of problem:
Existing SDL2 application using wayland backend crashes gnome-shell with the following message in system log:
Dec 12 12:53:53 skyline org.gnome.Shell.desktop: mutter:ERROR:backends/meta-backend.c:649:meta_backend_set_client_pointer_constraint: assertion failed: (!constraint || !backend->client_pointer_constraint)
Occationally using running ioquake3.
Steps to Reproduce:
install SDL2 build of ioquake3
1. run SDL_VIDEODRIVER=wayland ./ioquake3.x86_64
2. select menu Setup/Settings/Graphics, change Fullscreen between on and off.
3. click Apply settings
4. repeat changing fullscreen setting few times.
5. exit the app
Upon exit from the application, the gnome session is killed.
Application exists successfully.
Version-Release number of selected component:
pkg_fingerprint: 4089 D8F2 FDB1 9C98
pkg_vendor: Fedora Project
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#4 meta_backend_set_client_pointer_constraint at backends/meta-backend.c:649
#5 meta_wayland_pointer_constraint_enable at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer-constraints.c:408
#6 meta_wayland_pointer_constraint_maybe_enable at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer-constraints.c:523
#7 _g_closure_invoke_va at gclosure.c:867
#10 meta_wayland_pointer_set_focus at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer.c:874
#11 meta_wayland_pointer_end_grab at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer.c:905
#12 meta_wayland_pointer_constraint_disable at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer-constraints.c:419
#13 pointer_focus_surface_changed at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer-constraints.c:289
#14 _g_closure_invoke_va at gclosure.c:867
#17 meta_wayland_pointer_set_focus at wayland/meta-wayland-pointer.c:874
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