On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 3:05 PM, Emil Velikov <emil.l.veli...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 13 March 2018 at 18:52, Dylan Baker <dy...@pnwbakers.com> wrote:
>> Currently each driver specifies it's own version, and core libdrm
>> specifies a version. In the most common case this is fine, since there
>> will be exactly one libdrm installed on a system, but if there are more
>> than one it's possible that mesa will be linked against different
>> versions of libdrm. There is also the possibility that the current
>> approach makes the pkg-config files we generate incorrect, since there
>> could be #defines that use newer features if they're available.
>> This patch corrects all of that. All of the versions are still set by
>> driver (along with a default core version). Then all of the drivers that
>> are enabled have their versions compared and the highest version is
>> selected, then all libdrm checks are made with that version.
>> Signed-off-by: Dylan Baker <dylan.c.ba...@intel.com>
>> meson.build | 67 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------
>> 1 file changed, 46 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)
>> diff --git a/meson.build b/meson.build
>> index e747d99..6019008 100644
>> --- a/meson.build
>> +++ b/meson.build
>> @@ -1015,35 +1015,60 @@ dep_expat = dependency('expat')
>> # its not linux and and wont
>> dep_m = cc.find_library('m', required : false)
>> +# Check for libdrm. various drivers have different libdrm version
>> +# but we always want to use the same version for all libdrm modules. That
>> +# even if driver foo requires 2.4.0 and driver bar requires 2.4.3, if foo
>> +# bar are both on use 2.4.3 for both of them
>> dep_libdrm_amdgpu = 
>> dep_libdrm_radeon = 
>> dep_libdrm_nouveau = 
>> dep_libdrm_etnaviv = 
>> dep_libdrm_freedreno = 
>> dep_libdrm_intel = 
>> -if with_dri_i915 or with_gallium_i915
>> - dep_libdrm_intel = dependency('libdrm_intel', version : '>= 2.4.75')
>> -if with_amd_vk or with_gallium_radeonsi
>> - dep_libdrm_amdgpu = dependency('libdrm_amdgpu', version : '>= 2.4.90')
>> -if (with_gallium_radeonsi or with_dri_r100 or with_dri_r200 or
>> - with_gallium_r300 or with_gallium_r600)
>> - dep_libdrm_radeon = dependency('libdrm_radeon', version : '>= 2.4.71')
>> -if with_gallium_nouveau or with_dri_nouveau
>> - dep_libdrm_nouveau = dependency('libdrm_nouveau', version : '>= 2.4.66')
>> -if with_gallium_etnaviv
>> - dep_libdrm_etnaviv = dependency('libdrm_etnaviv', version : '>= 2.4.82')
>> -if with_gallium_freedreno
>> - dep_libdrm_freedreno = dependency('libdrm_freedreno', version : '>=
>> +_drm_amdgpu_ver = '2.4.90'
>> +_drm_radeon_ver = '2.4.71'
>> +_drm_nouveau_ver = '2.4.66'
>> +_drm_etnaviv_ver = '2.4.82'
>> +_drm_freedreno_ver = '2.4.91'
>> +_drm_intel_ver = '2.4.75'
>> +_drm_ver = '2.4.75'
>> +_libdrm_checks = [
>> + [with_dri_i915 or with_gallium_i915, 'intel'],
>> + [with_amd_vk or with_gallium_radeonsi, 'amdgpu'],
>> + [(with_gallium_radeonsi or with_dri_r100 or with_dri_r200 or
>> + with_gallium_r300 or with_gallium_r600),
>> + 'radeon'],
>> + [(with_gallium_nouveau or with_dri_nouveau), 'nouveau'],
>> + [with_gallium_etnaviv, 'etnaviv'],
>> + [with_gallium_freedreno, 'freedreno'],
>> +# Loop over the enables versions and get the highest libdrm requirement for
>> +# active drivers.
>> +foreach d : _libdrm_checks
>> + ver = get_variable('_drm_@0@_ver'.format(d))
>> + if d and ver.version_compare('>' + _drm_ver)
>> + _drm_ver = ver
>> + endif
>> +# Then get each libdrm module
>> +foreach d : _libdrm_checks
>> + if d
>> + set_variable(
>> + 'dep_libdrm_' + d,
>> + dependency('libdrm_' + d, version : '>=' + _drm_ver)
>> + )
>> + endif
>> with_gallium_drisw_kms = false
>> -dep_libdrm = dependency('libdrm', version : '>= 2.4.75',
>> - required : with_dri2 or with_dri3)
>> +dep_libdrm = dependency(
>> + 'libdrm', version : '>=' + _drm_ver,
>> + required : with_dri2 or with_dri3
>> if dep_libdrm.found()
>> pre_args += '-DHAVE_LIBDRM'
>> if with_dri_platform == 'drm' and with_dri
> IIRC a few developers had some suggestions about this in the past, I
> think Dave and Ilia were mostly interested.
> Namely - both libdrm and libdrm_$vendor should meet the
> $vendor_version requirement.
> I'd give it a quick check with them, since I don't know the specifics
> on their setups.
A quick glance over this makes sense. You basically say that if you
have $drivera and $driverb enabled, take each of them, and say libdrm*
> $drivera and libdrm* > $driverb, which in effect says that the max
of those is the minimum required. But if driverc is not enabled, then
its version requirements are not taken into account.
Is this an accurate interpretation of what your patch does?
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