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Leftovers from when autotools was deleted.
Signed-off-by: Eric Engestrom <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reviewed-by: Dylan Baker <email@example.com>
The pkg-config files have been filled in more thoroughly to allow users
to use mesa more effectively. By adding metadata to Requires.private,
Libs.private and Cflags, we can ensure that all the libraries and
headers will be found in all situations. However, the full substitutions
are only done when using the configure script.
This also fixes the glu pkg-config file to account for using GL or
Fixes bug 18161.
Currently the installation directories for libraries and headers are
resolved within the install commands. For instance, the libraries will
be installed to $(INSTALL_DIR)/$(LIB_DIR). This limits the flexibility
of the installation, such as when the libraries should be installed to a
subdirectory like /usr/lib/tls.
This adds the make variables $(INSTALL_LIB_DIR) and $(INSTALL_INC_DIR)
to define the locations that the libraries and headers are installed.
For the static configs, this resolves exactly as before to
$(INSTALL_DIR)/include and $(INSTALL_DIR)/$(LIB_DIR). For autoconf, they
are derived directly from the --libdir and --includedir settings.
Since the gl pkg-config file doesn't convey any specifics about the
backend in use, this adds a new pkg-config file for when DRI is in use.
This can be used by the xserver build to determine if the DRI and/or
GLX extensions are appropriate.