[Piglit] Having issues while trying piglit, help?
harsh at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Tue Nov 20 22:10:35 PST 2012
On 11/21/2012 11:33 AM, Harsh Bora wrote:
> On 11/21/2012 12:05 AM, Chad Versace wrote:
>> On 11/20/2012 12:59 AM, Harsh Bora wrote:
>>> I tried setting up piglit on my fedora 17 after installing the
>>> possibly required
>>> dependencies, however am not sure which libraries are required for
>>> the below
>>> OPENGL_* gaps. Here is what I see after running ccmake .
>>> CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE Debug
>>> CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX /usr/local
>>> GLEXT_INCLUDE_DIR /usr/include
>>> OPENGL_egl_LIBRARY OPENGL_egl_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND
>>> OPENGL_gles1_LIBRARY OPENGL_gles1_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND
>>> OPENGL_gles2_LIBRARY OPENGL_gles2_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND
>>> PIGLIT_BUILD_CL_TESTS OFF
>>> PIGLIT_BUILD_GLES1_TESTS OFF
>>> PIGLIT_BUILD_GLES2_TESTS OFF
>>> PIGLIT_BUILD_GLX_TESTS ON
>>> PIGLIT_BUILD_GL_TESTS ON
>>> PIGLIT_USE_WAFFLE ON
>> To build the GLES tests, the Fedora packages mesa-libGLES-devel and
>> mesa-libEGL-devel are required. However, even if you have the packages
>> installed, you must still explicitly enable the options
>> PIGLIT_BUILD_GLES_TESTS; their default value is OFF.
> Hi Chad,
> Thanks for an early reply. Installing those libraries helps. However,
> setting the env variable as suggested below did not help. BTW, I am
> building the piglit from source (.git tree) and run cmake from the
> source dir only. I am still get the same err even after setting up the
> suggested env variable. Is there anything else that I could be missing
> to generate tests (and therefore the 'spec' sub-dir there) ?
Ok, my bad. I just missed rebuilding tests after installing those
libraries. It appears to work fine now, thanks.
More information about the Piglit