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[ogl-sample] Re: [Mesa3d-dev] GLU rpm available from SGI sample implemen

To: Olivier Michel <Olivier.Michel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [ogl-sample] Re: [Mesa3d-dev] GLU rpm available from SGI sample implementation
From: Brian Paul <brianp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 07:53:07 -0600
Cc: mesa3d-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "James A. Treacy" <treacy@xxxxxxxxxx>, ogl-sample@xxxxxxxxxxx
Organization: VA Linux Systems, Inc.
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Olivier Michel wrote:
> 
> Good news!
> 
> The SGI sample implementation CVS was updated this week-end with many
> minor bug fixes that make it now possible to build a GLU rpm directly
> from the SGI CVS tree that works fine with Mesa.
> 
> I built it yesterday night for ppc and i386. The name of the files
> I created are:
> 
> oss-opengl-glu.spec (1.6 KB) -> my RPM spec file
> ogl-sample.20000925.tgz (1.7 MB) -> the source from the CVS tree
> oss-opengl-glu-20000925-1.i386.rpm (212 KB) -> binary package for i386
> oss-opengl-glu-20000925-1.ppc.rpm (242 KB) -> binary package for ppc

Is the /usr/include/GL/glu.h header included in the binary RPM?
Is there also a gluext.h file?


> the process for building the rpm is very easy:
> 
> 1) copy the oss-opengl-glu.spec in the rpm SPECS directory
> 2) copy the ogl-sample.20000925.tgz in the rpm SOURCES directory
> 3) cd to the SPECS directory and type rpm -bb oss-opengl-glu.spec (bb
> stands for build binary)
> 4) you get the binary package in the rpm RPMS/i386 or RPMS/ppc directory
> 
> Unfortunatelly, I have no room to host these files online, but I would
> be a pleasure for me to upload them anywhere, so that they are available
> to anyone.

I could put them on the Mesa site.  Ideally, they should also be on
SGI's site.


> By the way, my spec file could be included into the CVS tree of the
> ogl-sample ?
> 
> I also have the same set of files to build a Mesa rpm package without
> Mesa GLU (to use the GLU from the above package).
> 
> Let me know if anyone can host my files.
> Thanks!


-Brian

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