There is a mesa packages libegl and libgles, that provides useful development pieces like EGL/egl.h, GLES2/gl2.h and libs like /usr/lib/libEGL.so.1, /usr/lib/libGLESv2.so.2 and nvidia-trimslice package (in archlinuxarm, but its not a point)
nvidia-trimslice provides binary drivers from nvidia and libs for hardware acceleration GLES /usr/lib/libEGL.so.1, /usr/lib/libGLESv2.so.2
Names are same, but I cant set libgles and libegl as conflicts or replases in nvidia-trimslice PKGBUILD cause EGL/egl.h, GLES2/gl2.h and other header files provided by them need to build GLES-driven apps
Ubuntu and debian provides update-alternatives mechanism so nvidia libs placed in /usr/lib/nvidia-tegra, mesa libs in /usr/lib/mesa-gles and symlinks in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/ for this libdirs replaces each other, so you can select which lib you prefer for GLES and headers provided by mesa used in both cases.
How can I get it all together worked in archlinux way?
Split libegl and libgles to libegl-devel and libgles-devel and library packages looks reasonable, but is this okey - to ask maintainer about it?
Last edited by fly-away (2012-10-10 19:36:54)
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