[PATCH 06/12] Remove glamor support from UXA acceleration

Keith Packard keithp at keithp.com
Wed Jul 30 22:52:39 PDT 2014

Eric Anholt <eric at anholt.net> writes:

> Something weird happened in this commit.
> uxa-glamor.h is removed from the repo, but the makefile only drops
> intel_glamor.h, which keeps getting used.  I suspect make distcheck is
> broken.

Yeah, almost certainly. In fact, after this patch, the driver does *not*
build if you ask for glamor.

> intel_glamor.c is no longer built, but USE_GLAMOR might still be defined
> I think, and if so intel_glamor_flush() from it is still getting
> called.

Right, the driver explicitly doesn't build with --enable-glamor after
this patch. Cleaning it up so that it would build makes more of a mess
though, so I just didn't worry about it as I was re-adding glamor when
all of the USE_GLAMOR bits would be needed again.

I can make it work if you like, but this patch and the re-enable glamor
patch would both get larger.

keith.packard at intel.com
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