[Mesa-dev] [PATCH v4 00/18] configure.ac: Hopefully the last!

Emil Velikov emil.l.velikov at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 13:33:19 UTC 2016

Hi Tobias,

Thanks for sticking around and re-spinning the lot. I hope you'll
agree that things look a lot better now.

On 16 October 2016 at 01:20, Tobias Droste <tdroste at gmx.de> wrote:
> This series leaves out everything from the previous series that was
> to controversial, requires more discussions or could be done as a
> follow up.
> It just cleans up how LLVM version/target/component checks are used.
> No version or other requirements were changed.
> I reordered the patches a little bit and reduced the code movement
> a lot.
> There's only 1 line that is moved twice (call of the function
> "llvm_set_environment_variables()"), but there's no way around this
> (patch 12 and patch 14). The reason why is explained in patch 12.
> After each patch I made sure that these drivers:
> r300,r600,radeonsi,radv,llvmpipe
> either build or fail to configure under these conditions:
> a) LLVM installed and version >= version required
>     --> build
> b) LLVM not installed
>     --> fail to configure
> c) LLVM installed and version < version required
>     --> fail to configure
> d) LLVM installed, version >= version required but missing target/component
>     --> fail to configure
> e) "enable-gallium-llvm" needed but "disable-gallium-llvm" used
>     --> fail to configure
> I also made sure that i965 ("classic" dri driver) and softpipe build
> regardless of the LLVM version or if LLVM is installed.
> @Emil:
> I left "llvm_add_component()" to only take one component at the time.
> This way the error message can state which component is actually
> missing. If you still want it changed to take multiple components
> at once, this could be easily done.
Indeed. Let's not bother with that for now.

> Patches 5,6 and 7 could be one patch as they just move code around,
> but the diff was really unreadable so I split it up.
> I also kept the reviewed by tag for patch 1 and (now) patch 8,
> because they didn't change.
All the patches which don't have any comments/suggestions are
Reviewed-by: Emil Velikov <emil.velikov at collabora.com>

For the rest, feel free to send the odd v5 rather than re-spinning the
whole lot.

Thanks again for untangling LLVM bits !

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