[PATCH 0/7] Fix GLX files generated by Mesa for the server

Ian Romanick idr at freedesktop.org
Thu Dec 8 12:47:25 PST 2011

There has been quite a bit of skew between what's in Mesa and what's
needed in the xserver.  This patch series cleans that up.  Most of the
changes are quite mundane and just make the code compile inside the
xserver.  However, the changes in patch 6/7 modify the way the
availability and use of backtrace is handled.

Once this series is reviewed and accepeted in Mesa, a short series
that makes the newly generated code usable in the xserver will be
posted to xorg-devel.

The two sequences together are prerequesites to a Mesa series and an
xserver series that will implement GLX_ARB_create_context and

Trees with these patches and the generated files can be found at:

      git://anongit.freedesktop.org/~idr/mesa glx-fixes
      git://anongit.freedesktop.org/~idr/xserver glx-fixes

With these two branches, I observer no piglit regressions on Intel
Ironlake hardware.  I have not tested other hardware, but I would
expect any regressions to be hardware independent.

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