[PATCH 0/13] xserver/xwin: cross compile using mingw from Linux
luojie at nlsde.buaa.edu.cn
Fri May 25 22:25:50 PDT 2007
Eric Anholt wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-05-24 at 22:53 +0800, Luo Jie wrote:
>> I have just finished a set of patches to make *xserver/xwin* cross
>> compilable from Linux. I port the *xfree86* shadowfb to xwin, this make
>> redraw in xwin work again. The input part of xwin is also update
>> according to the new functions, it works now. And after all these
>> changes, the *COMPOSITE* extension works now. I test it using *xfce4*
>> and the cairo-clock application, work fine for a time.
>> Some part of xserver is too complex to understand. For example, I don't
>> know how to replace the *Virtual core keyboard* and *Virtual core
>> pointer* with the real keyboard device and pointer device.
>> Thanks for comment.
> Pushed #02, #08, #09, #10, which looked good to me.
> #4,5,6,7 I didn't review
> #11 looks like it would rather be a DEFAULTPOLICYFILE setting for your
> setup, and I was concerned at the lack of a path to the file in
> #12 looked messy with the strdup and the 'once' flag, but I didn't
> really review.
> #1,#3,#8 depended on the stuff in 4,5,6,7.
I have tried to separate my work with other people's work, but there
still some of other people's code left in my patch set as mentioned by
Colin Harrison in
apologize for my careless. I try to track down the source of all the
patches. Here is the result.
1. The code for dix/events.c in #2 is from bugzilla #9797. Eric Anholt,
could you revert this part of code from git and refer to the bug #9797 ?
2. The code for GetTimeInMillis() in #9 is also merged from Colin
Harrison's patch, could you revert it? I should have cleaned it before I
post my patch set.
3. #11, #12 also contain codes merge from Colin Harrison's patch, don't
apply it to git.
Sorry for all these inconvenient. I have no intend to plagiarize other
people's work. I just want to make cross compile of xwin work again.
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