On 17.04.21 18:52, Aaron Puchert wrote:
Am 17.04.21 um 15:29 schrieb Stefan Dirsch:
On Sat, Apr 17, 2021 at 01:18:40PM +0200, Jan
On Saturday 2021-04-17 12:32, Stefan Dirsch wrote:
> One problem is that swrast is gone and you've used that as "alibi"
> driver in
> the Mesa package (the actual drivers are all built in
> Mesa-drivers). I've
> replaced it with nouveau, but maybe there is a better option.
Yes, that's one of the issues here. I'm afraid things will get
platforms without any hardware driver. :-(
Can llvmpipe take the role of software rasterization?
Just received a submit by Tobias, which probably fixes that issue.
Using a gallium driver makes Mesa a larger build (about 1000 files to
compile instead of 800),
Hmm strange...for me it makes the build smaller 1200 -> 1000 items and
when it comes to build times 208 -> 152 seconds for a local "osc build".
Which arch are you building?
but it appears with that change you can move osmesa
Mesa-drivers to Mesa. So you can probably undo most of the changes for
that. (Just tried it out in my repo.)
Since I guess the main point of the split is to have the libraries
without LLVM already I think the slightly larger build should be Ok.