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Kristian Høgsberg

I just committed the last bit of DRI2 work for now to the xserver, mesa and xf86-video-intel repos. This work enables direct rendering to redirected windows:

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Kristian Høgsberg

When I work on the X stack I typically compile and install all the packages into an install prefix in my home directory, typically $HOME/install. That way I can keep my system packages intact and even have multiple versions or branches of the stack installed.

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Kristian Høgsberg

goes to Dan Nicholson for adding autoconf support to mesa. For the first time, mesa can now pick up libdrm from a non-standard location (say, ~krh/install/lib/libdrm.so) automatically through pkg-config.

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