This method replaces the calls x_stacking_dirty = true in the code base
allowing for further refactoring of that functionality.
Remove roundtrip to XServer from Workspace::xStackingOrder
The method xStackingOrder is only used during a Compositor paint pass.
If the stacking order had changed, the method updated the stacking order
from X by performing a sync XQueryTree. With other words we had a round
trip to the X server directly in the paint pass.
This change rearchitectures this area by making better use of xcb. When
we notice that the stacking order changed and an XQueryTree is needed,
we directly send out the request. When xStackingOrder is finally called,
which normally happens a few milliseconds later, the reply is retreived.
In the worst case it still blocks, but in most cases the roundtrip is
If the stacking order changed again before accessing xStackingOrder the
running request is cancelled and a new request is issued. So whenever we
get into xStackingOrder it will have the current state.
The updating of the xStackingOrder is moved into a dedicated method and
xStackingOrder invokes it through a const_cast instead of operating on