[Buildroot] [PATCH 03/10 v7] package/mesa3d-headers: new package
thomas.petazzoni at free-electrons.com
Sat Feb 21 16:43:41 UTC 2015
Dear Yann E. MORIN,
On Tue, 10 Feb 2015 21:01:10 +0100, Yann E. MORIN wrote:
> Some OpenGL/EGL/GLES/VG providers do not provide the corresponding
> headers, and rely on using "the headers provided by the distribution".
> In our case, we can not rely on such headers, because we are not a
> distribution, and we have no way to provide those headers (not even
> speaking about relying on the headers provided by hte host distribution,
> because they might well not be installed at all).
> Also, we can not rely on another package to provide those headers,
> because we can only have one provider enabled in any configuration.
> The Khronos group provides such headers, and they are the reference
> headers, but we can not realy use them:
> - most of them are not packaged: they are not versioned and not
> provided in a tarball, but as separately downloadable files;
> - those headers are anyway incomplete: there are headers not provided
> by Khronos, like GL.h
> Instead, we rely on mesa3d to provide those headers: mesa3d has all the
> headers we need.
> Modifying the existing mesa3d package would not be easy; we'd have to
> differentiate whther we need only the headers or the full package. The
> meas3d Config.in and .mk are already quite non-trivial that adding such
> a feature would render them even more illegible.
> So, we introduce mea3d-headers as a new package, that is in fact just
> mesa3d with a much simplified Config.in and .mk, that other OpenXXX
> providers may select if they do not provide the OpenXXX headers.
> Note: we're not installing GLES3 headers, because what Buildroot
> currently calls libgles is in fact libgles2; we have no way to specify
> that we have libgles3. So, we just install headers for GLES and GLES2.
> Signed-off-by: "Yann E. MORIN" <yann.morin.1998 at free.fr>
Thanks, applied, after doing some minor changes:
- Wrap Config.in help text to a reasonable length.
- Don't rely on mesa3d to provide mesa3d-headers: they should be
mutually exclusive. Instead, error out if both packages are
- Take into account the update of mesa3d to 10.4.5.
- Don't copy each header file individually, use a cp -dpfr call to
copy entires header files directories.]
Thomas Petazzoni, CTO, Free Electrons
Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
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