[arch-general] Vulkan packages
eric at engestrom.ch
Mon Feb 15 23:12:23 UTC 2016
I hadn't thought of `boost`, but looking at it it seems like a good fit.
I'll be using that model for the packages.
Thanks for your input guys :)
On Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at 7:13 PM, P. A. López-Valencia <vorbote at outlook.com>
> El 14/02/2016 a las 10:45 p. m., Eric Engeström escribió:
> > Hi all,
> > With the release of Vulkan imminent, I thought I'd prepare some packages
> > for Arch so that I can push them the minute it gets released :)
> > I was thinking of splitting it into 4 packages:
> > - `vulkan-loader` with everything you need to run an app compiled against
> > Vulkan (/usr/lib/libvulkan.so*). This is what Vulkan-apps packages would
> > `depend` on.
> > - `vulkan-headers` with everything you need to build an app for Vulkan
> > (/usr/include/vulkan/* & /usr/lib/pkgconfig/vulkan.pc) (depends on
> > `-loader`)
> > - `vulkan-sdk` with all the debugging and validation stuff from LunarG
> > (/usr/bin/*, /usr/share/vulkan/*) (depends on `-headers` + `-loader`)
> > - `vulkan-manpages` (self-explanatory :P)
> > I've also made `-git` versions of all of those, except the `-sdk`: I
> > make it clean enough for a PKGBUILD without heavy patching of upstream's
> > build scripts (I'm hoping somebody fixes that soon enough, I don't have
> > patience to do it myself :P).
> > Does this sound reasonable?
> Supporting the minimal approach, have you examined boost packaging and
> naming? boost-libs contains the runtime libraries and the boost package
> what you would call the SDK, namely all the header, pkgconfig files and
> Pedro A. López-Valencia
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