Changing the way drivers find DRI headers

Donnie Berkholz spyderous at
Fri Jun 16 08:31:46 PDT 2006

Tilman Sauerbeck wrote:
> Donnie Berkholz [2006-06-16 08:05]:
>> Tilman Sauerbeck wrote:
>>> Tilman Sauerbeck [2006-04-25 17:29]:
>>>> Why are these checks even needed?
>>>> I think it should be enough to call
>>>> PKG_CHECK_MODULES(DRI, xf86driproto libdrm, have_dri=yes, have_dri=no)
>>> Won't work of course if the server was configured with --disable-dri :)
>>> Maybe it's best to add another variable to xorg-server.pc:
>>> have_dri=yes/no
>> I like this idea. Right now we've got hacks in our build system to
>> ensure the server's +dri if drivers are getting built +dri, etc.
> On IRC, Michel pointed out that the server might have been build without
> DRI support, but you still could want to build the drivers with the DRI
> enabled.

Good luck doing that -- have you tried? It doesn't work.


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