Do you guys actually read what I am writing and referring to or do you only see a big SR and patch?
Again the key fixes and improvements: - bnc#833714 (OSMesa symbols) - bnc#807205,rh#917687 (issue with already applied patch) - Readd lost things to the follow-up patch, possibly lost due to merge conflicts - Drop obsolete patches which could mess up things - fdo#64810 (EGL runtime issue), could be also bnc#839074 - ~ 1/2 build time - ~ 1/5 - 1/6 binaries and -debuginfo
Is the only reason you don't want them fixed in 13.1 because they require 22 patches and upstream core devs don't want to talk to me anymore. Maybe they change their mind if one of the big distribution ships them ...
IMHO esp. maintainers should read comments and add a note to each proposed change why it won't be accepted.
Am Montag, 9. September 2013, 16:04:22 schrieb Stefan Dirsch:
On Mon, Sep 09, 2013 at 03:49:45PM +0200, Tobias Klausmann wrote:
On 09.09.2013 03:33, Johannes Obermayr wrote:
Following changes since SR 197847:
- Drop drirc and use upstream instead http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/tree/src/mesa/drivers/dri/common/drirc
I'm all for it! Don't know what Stefan says about it!
(snip the rest)
But the rest i can't vote for, at least for now! We are late in the release cycle, so lets take baby steps. Maybe:
- Drop the patches
- Drop drirc
- Remove the packages (after the 13.1 split?)
- Upstream the shared work (as Stefan stated, that it will not get
accepted for now)
Don't waste your time with a big SR nobody is willing to accept, so preserve your work with that.
PS: Stefan maybe you can drop a short note about the drirc file?
Yes, switching to upstream drirc makes sense for me. It's some time ago I introduced and changed drirc.
Fri Jan 9 19:00:00 CET 2009 - email@example.com
- disable vblank_mode/force_s3tc_enable and enable disable_lowimpact_fallback for r300 driver to fix performance issues with GoogleEarth and OpenOffice.Org (bnc #438666)
Mon Nov 17 18:35:37 CET 2008 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- added global /etc/drirc to disable VBlank for i915 DRI driver (bnc #432980)
And, yes. Baby steps is the right thing to do!
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