[Libva] [PATCH 0/7] Build and symbol visibility fixes
Sean V Kelley
sean.v.kelley at intel.com
Thu Sep 18 10:32:51 PDT 2014
On Thu, Sep 18, 2014 at 10:23 AM, Emil Velikov <emil.l.velikov at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18/09/14 18:05, Sean V Kelley wrote:
>> On Thursday 18 Sep 2014 at 17:30:25 (+0100), Emil Velikov writes :
>>> Hello all,
>>> Decided to give latest libva a go and then chaos...
>>> Out ot tree builds did not work and after fixing those some files were
>>> left around (spotted by 'make distcheck').
>> Hi Emil,
>> Thanks for the submission. Could you file a bugzilla (fdo) on the issues seen so that
>> we can also have QA verify prior to merge? Do that for combined
>> libva/intel-driver. We have a number of build use cases that would be affected by
>> these changes.
> Sure as long at one simply does not forget about the ticket for 1+ month :)
> How much/what kind of information are you interested for the bugreport(s) ?
Report on environment, commands executed, and errors seen.
>>> Finally I've prepped some, perhaps controvertial, patches which nuke
>>> some of the internal symbols from the global namespace.
>> Likely to break things perhaps for good reason to clean up. However, still
>> please file bugzilla for tracking so we can work closely with QA on
> If you guys have a flag day, there is a substantial cleanup that can be done.
> This cleanup is just the bare minimum and does not cause any issues on my setup.
builds are like tizen, chrome, android, etc. Not just your desktop. :)
>> BTW are you supporting Q3/Q4 Graphics releases for 01.org, taking over some responsability
>> from Rodrigo?
> Not sure what you're asking here, so the answer most likely is - no :P
Aren't you doing Mesa releases now for Ian and Carl?
> P.S. I've sent a few emails on the topic prior to subscribing to the ML and
> none made it through the moderator queue. Is that intentional ? Earliest one
> was more than two months ago.
Dunno. There's no list moderation, other than we are usually quite
busy and slow to respond.
>>> Any input, suggestions and comments are appreciated.
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Sean V. Kelley <sean.v.kelley at intel.com>
Open Source Technology Center / SSG
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