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2016-10-06glapi/hgl: remove the final user of _glapi_check_table()Emil Velikov2-10/+0
The symbol is a no-op since, the EXTRA_DEBUG macro is not set in the build. Unused by !Haiku people/platforms since 2010 (commit a73c6540d9a7f6e26d8568ba2fc522cb865f0a6c) while the Haiku C++ wrapper has no obvious users. Cc: Alexander von Gluck IV <> Signed-off-by: Emil Velikov <> Reviewed-by: Eric Engestrom <>
2016-08-31Introduce .editorconfigEric Engestrom1-0/+2
A few weeks ago, Jose Fonseca suggested [0] we use .editorconfig files to try and enforce the formatting of the code, to which Michel Dänzer suggested [1] we start by importing the existing .dir-locals.el settings. The first draft was discussed in the RFC [2]. These .editorconfig are a first step, one that has the advantage of requiring little to no intervention from the devs once the settings files are in place, but the settings are very limited. This does have the advantage of applying while the code is being written. This doesn't replace the need for more comprehensive formatting tools such as clang-format & clang-tidy, but those reformat the code after the fact. [0] [1] [2] Acked-by: Nicolai Hähnle <> Acked-by: Eric Anholt <> Signed-off-by: Eric Engestrom <> Reviewed-by: Jose Fonseca <>
2015-05-13glapi/hgl: Drop extern "C" as it was added to glapiAlexander von Gluck IV2-5/+4
Reviewed-by: Brian Paul <>
2015-05-13gallium/st + hgl: Build fixes for HaikuAlexander von Gluck IV1-0/+1
* No impact risk to any other platforms * Tracing printf needs stdio.h now due to child header change * Add missing #/src include directory for util/macros.h
2014-12-10hgl: traverse add-on entriesAdrien Destugues1-2/+2
* Allow using symlinks to add-ons when developing.
2014-08-28gallium/targets: Break haiku state_tracker out to own directoryAlexander von Gluck IV1-1/+1
Ack'ed by Emil Velikov <>
2014-01-06haiku libGL: Move from gallium target to src/hglAlexander von Gluck IV7-0/+1241
* The Haiku renderers need to link to libGL to function properly in all usage contexts. As mesa drivers build before gallium targets, we couldn't properly link the mesa swrast driver to the gallium libGL target for Haiku. * This is likely better as it mimics how glx is laid out ensuring the Haiku libGL is better understood. * All renderers properly link in libGL now. Acked-by: Brian Paul <>