pundiramit at gmail.com
Sun Oct 19 22:25:19 PDT 2008
Just an update on my previous concern.
I compiled that program which was troubling me for build platform and
let it run during make process.
As of now Mesa has successfully compiled using arm-gcc toolchain.
Lets hope it doesn't break other things.
Thanks for your concern.
On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 10:45 AM, Amit <pundiramit at gmail.com> wrote:
> I got stuck again while porting X11/GTK+ on OMAP.
> I'm not sure whether it is the right forum for these questions or not
> but these questions are directly or indirectly associated with Mesa/GL
> Dependency chart is like this ...
> GTK+ needs cairo-pdf and cairo-ps backend
> cairo-pdf needs glitz installed
> while compiling glitz, it looks for GL libraries(libGL) while I have
> only GLES libraries meant for OMAP.
> I tried cross-compiling MESA for GL libraries but it gave me a
> compilation error again. This time it was trying to run the previously
> compiled executable for host(arm) on build(x86) platform.
> Any help on resolving this issue would be great.
> Thanks for your concern.
> Amit Pundir
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 1:47 PM, Kamalneet Singh
> <kamalneet.s at samsung.com> wrote:
>> Amit wrote:
>>> Thank you all for your inputs.
>>> I built x-server with kdrive enabled as Mikhail and Kamalneet suggested.
>>> I used the Xorg 7.2 release. It did build up successfully but with so
>>> many extensions enabled [:(] which I'm not sure whether I will be
>>> using or not.
>>> So, now I'm trying to customize my build configuration and choose
>>> relevant extensions only i.e extensions which my GTK+ framework will
>>> depend upon or use.
>>> I have a couple of questions:
>>> 1. I found two packages on maemo repository namely "Xorg" and "X-server".
>>> What is the difference between the two? I thought both are same.
>>> Additionally there is "--enable-xorg" configure option available while
>>> building Xorg-server. What is the usage of that.
>>> 2. Can someone please explain me the usage of:
>>> --disable-glx, --enable-xgl, --enable-xglx, --enable-xegl
>> GLX extension adds OpenGL commands to the protocol. So X clients can use
>> XGL is an X Server built *on top of* OpenGL. Xegl and Xglx are two
>> flavors of XGL. To use XGL on desktop, you'll need "--enable-xgl
>>> My motive is to enable OPEN GL ES backend for EGL on X. Which option
>>> do I have to use? By default it enables OPENGL backend while I need
>>> OPENGL ES extension.
>> What do you want to do?
>> 1. Enable X clients(applications) to use OpenGL ES + EGL?
>> 2. Make X Server itself use OpenGL ES + EGL for rendering?
>> I don't know of any open source solution for (2). And it is a
>> significant development effort.
>> XGL uses OpenGL(through glitz). Few months back, XGL support was removed
>> from the xserver master branch.
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