This series fixes running a modifier-aware server with a
non-modifier-aware DRI3 compositing manager. We'd thought of and dealt
with the case where we had legacy/non-modifier-aware clients, but
slipped up with non-modifier-aware compositing managers.
Glamor would allocate pixmaps with the full set of modifiers available
to it from GBM/EGL, then try to export them to a non-modifier-aware
client. This may fail outright (e.g. when the modifier adds a plane), or
result in garbage (with an exotic modifier selection the client can't
infer via magic back channels).
When we get a request to export a buffer to a non-modifier-aware client
in Glamor, forcibly reallocate it with no explicit modifiers, so we get
something that can be exported to legacy clients.
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