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authorChia-I Wu <>2011-01-14 17:50:29 +0800
committerChia-I Wu <>2011-01-22 11:59:05 +0800
commitbb770af3a59e5935c108c05ee45490fc5668d4a3 (patch)
tree206b869b2a2d740570349b1e4412cf51c172e56b /
parent3f04314ae2659748c8cf73ec649a035bc9e01597 (diff)
scons: Add support for GLES.
GLES can be enabled by running scons with $ scons gles=yes When gles=yes is given, the build is changed in three ways. First, libmesa.a will be built with FEATURE_ES1 and FEATURE_ES2. This makes DRI drivers and libEGL support and advertise GLES support. Second, GLES libraries will be created. They are libGLESv1_CM, libGLESv2, and libglapi. Last, libGL or opengl32 will link to libglapi. This change is required as _glapi_* will be declared as __declspec(dllimport) in libmesa.a on windows. libmesa.a expects those symbols to be defined in another DLL. Due to this change to GL, GLES support is marked experimental. Note that GLES requires libxml2-python to generate some of its sources.
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diff --git a/ b/
index 76184d577a3..cbb61629d27 100644
--- a/
+++ b/
@@ -90,6 +90,7 @@ def AddOptions(opts):
opts.Add(EnumOption('platform', 'target platform', host_platform,
allowed_values=('linux', 'cell', 'windows', 'winddk', 'wince', 'darwin', 'embedded', 'cygwin', 'sunos5', 'freebsd8')))
opts.Add('toolchain', 'compiler toolchain', default_toolchain)
+ opts.Add(BoolOption('gles', 'EXPERIMENTAL: enable OpenGL ES support', 'no'))
opts.Add(BoolOption('llvm', 'use LLVM', default_llvm))
opts.Add(BoolOption('debug', 'DEPRECATED: debug build', 'yes'))
opts.Add(BoolOption('profile', 'DEPRECATED: profile build', 'no'))