Khronos public bugtracker – Bug 757
Requesting a block of EGL enum values
Last modified: 2013-02-22 15:11:03 PST
Created attachment 129 [details]
I'm working on an EGL extension for Mesa and would like to request a block of EGL enum values for it.
Couple of comments on this:
- You might want to coordinate with Acorn Pooley at NVIDIA, who has done most
of the EGLImage work, to see if there are other vendor extensions with
- I suggest using the existing COLORSPACE_sRGB and COLORSPACE_LINEAR tokens
rather than introducing new LINEAR_MESA and sRGB_MESA tokens.
- There is some reserved enum space for Mesa EGL extensions which is AFAIK
unused. Please coordinate with Kristian Høgsberg
(firstname.lastname@example.org) about that and if it turns out you need
more, I'll allocate a block then.
Are COLORSPACE_sRGB and COLORSPACE_LINEAR still required to be defined in EGL 1.3 and later?
(In reply to comment #2)
> Are COLORSPACE_sRGB and COLORSPACE_LINEAR still required to be defined in
> EGL 1.3 and later?
That's right. They have been in the Khronos headers for many years now.
Kristian doesn't have any free values, so I'll need a block.
I've assigned EGL enumerant range 0x3290-0x329F to Mesa. Please submit the
final spec for publication in the Registry when it's ready.