[Piglit] Interest in participating in the OPW with X.org

Brian Paul brianp at vmware.com
Thu Sep 25 08:04:55 PDT 2014

On 09/25/2014 08:40 AM, Juliet Fru wrote:
> Hello Brian,
>     Piglit contains a copy of the Glean tests in piglit/tests/glean/.
>     I'd suggest looking at a few of the simpler glean tests (like
>     tpaths.cpp, tstencil2.cpp, toccluqury.cpp and try converting them to
>     piglit's framework.  Piglit's framework is pretty simple and you
>     should be able to figure out the basics by looking at existing tests.
> Thanks for  the reply, I have already created my GitHub Account
> <https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v1/url?u=https://github.com/Jul13t&k=oIvRg1%2BdGAgOoM1BIlLLqw%3D%3D%0A&r=lGQMzzTgII0I7jefp2FHq7WtZ%2BTLs8wadB%2BiIj9xpBY%3D%0A&m=U0sllQZsrlNTVDLDhUTgy3qtB00VzHo1wd3k5qdn8NY%3D%0A&s=20b91e7612de3c067586e95dd4674dbb9b59f21be24c2341db112eb5dd3c20e1> and
> cloned the piglit code repo to my system, I am facing some build
> problems with waffle which I 'm trying  to fix. From what your saying it
> looks like the Glean tests are written in C++ but I am only  proficient
> in C. I would like to know if it'll be a problem?

Glean's use of C++ isn't too complex.  If you have questions about it, 
just ask on this list.

> I would start looking
> at the tests while working on my application and would email you if I
> run into any problems.

Please post questions to the mailing list so others can reply too.


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