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  • #11
    Originally posted by JS987 View Post
    There is difference between Wayland compositor and Wayland application.
    Wayland the protocol requires EGL. Any hardware that supports EGL will support OpenGL, or at least OpenGL ES, in some form - whatever form, it will be more than enough to render applications. It is perfectly safe to assume when writing against Wayland that you have working 3d support, albeit you can only really assume GLES because Wayland is already running on phones like the Jolla.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by zanny View Post
      Wayland the protocol requires EGL. Any hardware that supports EGL will support OpenGL, or at least OpenGL ES, in some form - whatever form, it will be more than enough to render applications. It is perfectly safe to assume when writing against Wayland that you have working 3d support, albeit you can only really assume GLES because Wayland is already running on phones like the Jolla.
      No... https://tecnocode.co.uk/2013/02/18/w...uffer-backend/ the hardware does not have to support EGL or opengl or anything AFAIK.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by zanny View Post
        Wayland the protocol requires EGL. Any hardware that supports EGL will support OpenGL, or at least OpenGL ES, in some form - whatever form, it will be more than enough to render applications. It is perfectly safe to assume when writing against Wayland that you have working 3d support, albeit you can only really assume GLES because Wayland is already running on phones like the Jolla.
        No... https://tecnocode.co.uk/2013/02/18/w...uffer-backend/ the hardware does not have to support EGL or opengl or anything AFAIK.

        Also see here https://gitorious.org/weston/pwithna...f59dee00177fbd

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