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Re: non-PCI driver name lookup
On Tue, 9 Jul 2019, Robert Swindells wrote:
I don't think that applications or higher level libraries should need to
work out whether they are connecting to a PCI graphics device or
something else and to call different libdrm functions to work with it.
I'm testing this with multimedia/libva-utils and multimedia/libva,
running 'vainfo' should be able to get back 'sunxi' as the name of
the DRI2 device in use on the pinebook, then fail because there isn't
yet a libva driver for it.
I think you're barking up the wrong tree. The hardware that sunxidrm
drives ("display engine") has no 2D accel, 3D accel, or video
encode/decode capabilities - it is a dumb framebuffer and video output
pipeline only. The encoder/decoder functions ("video engine") are an
entirely different, unrelated function.
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