[RFC] x11 / cairo-less build try #2
michael.meeks at suse.com
Wed Feb 8 07:37:12 PST 2012
On Tue, 2012-02-07 at 18:19 +0100, Riccardo Magliocchetti wrote:
> I've progressed a bit with X11 / cairo less build. Now everything builds
> but somethings chokes in make dev-install:
As Matus says, you'll need to add some conditionals to the scp2 stuff -
both in the makefile.mk's (or you can update SCPDEFS as generated by
configure.in), and to add #ifndef HEADLESS's around the place there :-)
When you've done that a rm -Rf unxlngi6.pro ; build && deliver in scp2
- before re-running make install is prolly what you want to do.
> Attached all the changes that i have locally, they are diffed against an
> old master and i'd like to have a working build before rebasing.
Makes good sense :-)
> If someone is so keen to take a look at the patches and point out what
> could be improved, uneeded changes (RepositoryModule_ooo.mk?) it'll be
Of course, I'd push to something that works, and then clean it up
later; but some thoughts:
The Library_vcl.mk is becoming a bit of a rats-nest of cut/paste, I
wonder if we can chunk up the common files into another variable that we
can re-use in these different per-platform sections; I appreciate
everyone else just munged it but ... ;-)
I'm surprised we need to disable lingucomponent, linguistic,
lotuswordpro, oovbaapi, vbahelper and wizards to build headless: of
course, quite probably we don't want at least some of those - but did
they really cause build issues ?
Otherwise, it looks rather sane really :-)
> A couple of tests has been disabled because of "no suitable windowing
> system found, exiting.\n" error from
> vcl/unx/generic/plugadapt/salplug.cxx::CreateSalInstance(). And i
> suppose the same error will bite me when i'll try yo run what i have
Oh - that is odd. Do you really want to create the plugadapt instance ?
or have your own headless instance (mirroring a cut down version of the
Android one perhaps ?).
Of course, it is necessary to have the vcl/headless/ stuff connected up
somewhere, we'll still need SalFrames in order to post events, and some
sort of event loop to run the app, but it shouldn't be hard to get a
really simple bitmap-rendering version in there.
All the best,
michael.meeks at suse.com <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot
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