Session
Schedule FOSDEM 2020
Graphics

Modernizing mesa3d.org

Let's bring mesa3d.org past web 1.0
K.4.401
Erik Faye-Lund
mesa3d.org is stuck on web 1.0 technology, but let's see what we can do about it.

This is a Birds-Of-a-Feather session, which starts off with a short presentation as an introduction about the current state of affairs.

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Erik Faye-Lund
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Karol Herbst
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Jakob Bornecrantz
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Nicolas Caramelli
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Christian K├Ânig
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Ian Romanick
K.4.401
Automatic, pattern-based code generation for Mesa's compiler infrastructure has been a long standing dream. Nearly a decade ago experiments were conducted using systems like BURS and lburg. Each of these attempts encountered various insurmountable road blocks. In the intervening years, both software and GPU architectures have changed significantly. These changes have enabled a code-generator generator to be a reality. The design and implementation of one system will be presented. In addition to ...