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    • José Fonseca's avatar
      scons: Add new targets option. · 706eda30
      José Fonseca authored
      This will likely change. Most probably we'll just add an alias to indvidual
      targets and use the regular scons targets arguments.
  9. 08 Mar, 2010 1 commit
    • Keith Whitwell's avatar
      gallium: introduce target directory · 99f11d0e
      Keith Whitwell authored
      Currently there are still at least two functions bundled up inside the
      winsys concept:
      a) that of a backend resource manager, sometimes capable of performing
         present() operations,
      b) the initialization code/routine for the whole driver stack.
      The inclusion of (b) makes it difficult to share implementations of
      (a) between different drivers.  For instance, a clean xlib winsys
      could be of use for software-rasterized VG, GLES, EGL, etc, stacks.
      But that is only true as long as there is no dependency from the
      winsys to higher level code, as would be the case when we include (b)
      in this component.
      This change creates a new gallium/targets subtree, specifically for
      implementing the glue needed to build individual driver stacks, and
      moves that code out of a single example winsys, namely xlib.
      Other drivers continue to build unchanged, but hopefully can migrate
      to this structure over time.