[Piglit] Windows builds w/ Appveyor
dylan at pnwbakers.com
Fri Apr 14 17:47:42 UTC 2017
Honestly you (VMWare) and Redhat are the last two groups that I knew of that
care about python2 support (I haven't checked for a while obviously). If neither
of you feel it's important I'd prefer to actually rip it out and just support
python3 since that would simplify piglit and remove dependencies.
Even if you do care for not windows I don't have a problem saying that python2
on windows is unsupported.
It shouldn't be too hard to get the python stuff wired back in after the C/C++
builds are landed, I'm find reintegrating after you land your work.
Quoting Jose Fonseca (2017-04-14 00:20:45)
> Hi Dylan,
> I've been working on getting Piglit windows builds automated with
> Appveyor. (I've been maintaining an internal Jenkins server for this,
> but I want to get out of that business for open-source projects.)
> I got Piglit to build with MinGW + FreeGlut:
> And I plan to later get it to build with Waffle and upload binaries
> However, I just moved aside your initial appveyor.yml to simplify
> things. So I'd like to hear from you how to integrate both things
> Part of the issue is that it doesn't run successfully:
> I also don't think it's necessary to support Python 2 with Windows --
> it's just as simple to install Python 3 and its dependencies --, and
> this way we don't need to worry about two.
> Let me know what you think.
> Also, for the record, I'm personally not too worried about MSVC. In
> fact I think that supporting only MinGW should be acceptable. I can
> try to add MSVC support to Appveyor too if people prefer to have it
> around. One way or the other, once the AppVeyor integration is done,
> I'm hoping to keep my hands off.
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