[Mesa-dev] [OS]Mesa MinGW AppVeyor Repository

Trevor (CIMdata) trevor.sandy at gmail.com
Mon Oct 2 14:16:02 UTC 2017

Hello Emil,
Yes, I did see the AppVeyor integraton for MSVC. It could be quite easy to add the MinGW scope to the metrix.

I don’t really know how to ‘upsteam’ the patches I use mostly because I am not the author. Do I just submit a PR? Anyway to help George with his patch – which fixes the MinGW build – I have done the CI script, AppVeyor.yml and set up AV repo. My source if free and w/o license. Please feel free to use it if you wish. Many thanks!


Trevor SANDY
+33 682 100 571

From: Emil Velikov
Sent: 02 October 2017 16:04
To: Trevor Sandy
Cc: Kyriazis, George; mesa-dev at lists.freedesktop.org
Subject: Re: [Mesa-dev] [OS]Mesa MinGW AppVeyor Repository

Hi Trevor,

On 2 October 2017 at 13:48, Trevor Sandy <trevor.sandy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi George,
> You might be interested to know I have set up a CI env on AppVeyor for MinGW
> builds.
> Here is the GitHub repo: https://github.com/trevorsandy/osmesa_mingw_av.
> Follow the badge in the README to the AppVeyor instance.
> You can demo your patches quite easily - see the README.md on how to extract
> source that can be used by my build script. Or change set the version to
> download and build its source bundle. Perhaps later on I'll add the ability
> to get build content (tag, branch, commit etc...) directly from Mesa's git
> repo.
The upstream Mesa repository has AppVeyor integration, admittedly it
builds only with MSVC.

If you want for things to work, I strongly recommend upstreaming your patches.
Otherwise it will be in a perpetual state of brokenness and you'll
have to dedicate even more resources as time goes by.


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