Brett Johnson kirjoitti 26.02.2018 klo 20:52: > On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 4:35 AM, Timo Aaltonen <tjaal...@debian.org> wrote: >> Looks like latest vulkan changed how it depends on SPIRV, so we'll just >> bite the bullet and package glslang and spirv-tools separately instead.. > > I've got a first draft of these packages done. > > Also, I think I should maybe clarify the changes in how the > loader/validation sources pull in glslang and spirv-*. > > Nothing has really changed WRT dependencies on the source code. > libVkLayer still requires glslang, which requires spirv-tools. The > only difference is that spirv-tools and spirv-headers is now pulled in > by the glslang sources, instead of by the LVL sources directly. I.e. > the "update_external_sources.sh" script clones glslang, then runs the > "update_glslang_sources.py" script, which pulls in the correct version > of spirv-tools and spirv-headers (inside the glslang source tree). > So, just simply changing the debian/get-external.sh script to no > longer pull in spirv-tools is not sufficient. > > Could I suggest an alternative implementation of the > debian/get-external.sh script? Maybe simply call the existing > "update_external_sources.sh" script, then find/rm the resulting .git > directories inside of "external"? That would ensure you always had > the correct dependencies, even if Khronos/LunarG changes the way > they're fetched again.
I've done that locally, just wondering (again) if glslang should be packaged separately or not. Because now would be the time to do it.. -- t