Public bug reported:


today I noticed build failures of v4l-utils on arm64 hosts:

This is due to the OpenGLES2 feature is enabled on arm64 (but this
feature is not enabled for amd64):

> /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt5/QtGui# grep -i opengl qtgui-config.h
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengles2 -1
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengl 1
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengles3 -1
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengles31 -1


> /usr/include/aarch64-linux-gnu/qt5/QtGui$ grep -i opengl qtgui-config.h
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengles2 1
> #define QT_OPENGL_ES true
> #define QT_OPENGL_ES_2 true
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengl 1
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengles3 1
> #define QT_OPENGL_ES_3 true
> #define QT_FEATURE_opengles31 1
> #define QT_OPENGL_ES_3_1 true 

Is the inconsistent feature setting intentional? The Debian Qt packages
seem to select Desktop OpenGL across architectures.


** Affects: qtbase-opensource-src (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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  Inconsistent OpenGL support across architectures

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