On 10/22/08 09:55, Martin Bochnig wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 3:47 AM, Aaron Zang <Aaron.Zang at sun.com> wrote:
>> On 10/21/08 23:08, Alan Coopersmith wrote:
>>> I am getting ready to publish test binaries of Xorg 1.5 for our
>>> upcoming switch to it - can I get the source changes you made in
>>> your Xorg test binary so I can include those changes in our test
>>> binaries as well?
>> What is this Xorg 1.5 test binary for? Is it for the testing of
>> official release of Xorg 1.5 in Solaris?
>> So my understanding is that the test binary should include exactly
>> what is or going to be in Xorg 1.5. Will the switching happen in
>> build 105? I am not sure Xorg VT support would be ready for
>> integration before 105.
>> And our experimental binary is just the one we used to test the
>> kernel. It's based on the assumption that virtual console support
>> is available and vtdaemon service is enabled. The code needs to
>> be enhanced to function well in any kind of situation, i.e. the
>> system does not support virtual console or vtdaemon service is
>> disabled, more importantly, dealing with the state changes
>> dynamically.
>> So I really do not think putting this somewhat immature code
>> in your testing binary is a good idea.
>> Anyway, it's up to you.
>> Regards,
>> Aaron
> Congrats! This is good news.
> Two questions: Is SPARC-support included, if so for Xorg?

For SPARC system to support virtual console in the kernel,
coherent console support is a prerequisite.
That means XVR-100 and XVR-300 graphic card currently.
We will only add virtual console support to Xorg.

> Are the src finally available now, if so are they in OS/Net?

The virtual console infrastructure is already in OS/Net since snv_100.

> %martin

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