Adapt to input region changes in kwayland-server
SurfaceInterface::inputIsInfinite() has been dropped. If the surface has no any input region specified, SurfaceInterface::input() will return a region that corresponds to the rect of the surface (0, 0, width, height). While the new design is more robust, for example it's no longer possible to forget to check SurfaceInterface::inputIsInfinite(), it has shown some issues in the input stack of kwin. Currently, acceptsInput() will return false if you attempt to click the server-side decoration for a surface whose input region is not empty. Therefore, it's possible for an application to set an input region with a width and a height of 1. If user doesn't know about KSysGuard or the possibility of closing apps via the task manager, they won't be able to close such an application. Another issue is that if an application has specified an empty input region on purpose, user will be still able click it. With the new behavior of SurfaceInterface::input(), this is no longer an issue and it is handled properly by kwin.