Am 16.04.21 um 12:01 schrieb Stefan Dirsch:
Tried once. Gave up after 2 hours fiddling around with
meson options, when
other things popped up with higher severity and priority. Can't say for
but I expect this to be a task for several days to get
the update done.
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
A bigger problem is osmesa. First of all the configuration options
changed, so instead of classic/none we have now true/false. I tried
going with -Dosmesa=true in Mesa and -Dosmesa=false in Mesa-drivers but
that didn't work out because it apparently wants softpipe or llvmpipe
which we don't build in Mesa. So I moved it to Mesa-drivers. Not sure if
we want that, perhaps there is a better solution.
Other than that I've just ported back two Clover changes for LLVM 12.
Ok. So an update to LLVM12 is already in the works?
Yes, I package LLVM release candidates early on so that I can report
issues upstream. It's more or less ready now, I just want to replace one
patch by the proper upstream fix.
running 21.0.1 with two patches right now.)
Interesting. Is this on openSUSE with
our Mesa package and your
changes/patches on top of it? Or did you build Mesa 21 manually? Anyway, help
with the Mesa update to version 21 would be appreciated. ;-)
It's all in
but I'll need to polish it a bit before I submit the changes. I wasn't
planning on doing the actual Mesa update, but if needed I guess I can do
it along the way.