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Re: tracking OpenGL support for specific boards

On Tue, Nov 27, 2018 at 3:58 PM Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
> >> What would help further would be for such information having references
> >> to sources, and each information point be referencable (not only the
> >> dataset as a whole).
> > Isn't this already done for us here?
> > https://gpuinfo.org/
> I don't see any reference to sources.
> Also I see it as "Ubuntu" and "Arch" as OSes, whereas I'd rather see the
> status of the underlying driver so I can easily extrapolate from it to
> what will happen in any particular GNU/Linux distribution.
> The database describes itself as "an online tool for developers that
> want to check out GPU hardware capabilites", so it seems to be focused
> on hardware, whereas I think we need something that focuses on
> the drivers.

Have you looked at https://mesamatrix.net/ ?  That is a list of
drivers, not exhaustive because VC4 and other's are not currently

However Freedreno that supports all Adreno A4XX hardware does have a
debian package for armel and armhf.

Is that perhaps something to look into?

Here is the wikipedia page for Adreno and it lists the opengl support
per chipset:
^-- it's fairly complete and says that they too fall under Freedreno

Then there is this for Mali400/450:


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