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SubjectRe: GGI, EGCS/PGCC, Kernel source
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> Seriously. One cannot do direct rendering OpenGL-in-a-window under X
> without GGI. The issue is multiple threads accessing the hw
> simultanously with hw graphics context switching. You don't want the X
> server to handle that.

You do. It is far cheaper to put GLX in the server. Then worry about optimising
the calls. You don't want every S3 chip access going via a syscall. KGI has
some of the right ideas in bulking them. Even with a KGI MESA should go via
GLX

Alan

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