1. 08 Jan, 2019 1 commit
  2. 20 Dec, 2018 1 commit
    • Georges Basile Stavracas Neto's avatar
      Add Meson support for installed tests · ebb6c56f
      Georges Basile Stavracas Neto authored
      This is the last remaining feature necessary to achieve
      parity with the Autotools build.
      A few changes were made to the install locations of the
      tests, in order to better acomodate them in Meson:
       * Tests are now installed under a versioned folder (e.g.
       * The mutter-cogl.test file is now generated from an .in
         file, instead of a series of $(echo)s from within Makefile.
      Notice that those tests need very controlled environments
      to run correctly. Mutter installed tests, for example, will
      failed when running under a regular session due to D-Bus
      failing to acquire the ScreenCast and/or RemoteScreen names.
  3. 06 Nov, 2018 1 commit
    • Jonas Ådahl's avatar
      Add meson build support · ef85d1a6
      Jonas Ådahl authored
      This commit adds meson build support to mutter. It takes a step away
      from the three separate code bases with three different autotools setups
      into a single meson build system. There are still places that can be
      unified better, for example by removing various "config.h" style files
      from cogl and clutter, centralizing debug C flags and other configurable
      macros, and similar artifacts that are there only because they were once
      separate code bases.
      There are some differences between the autotools setup and the new
      meson. Here are a few:
      The meson setup doesn't generate wrapper scripts for various cogl and
      clutter test cases. What these tests did was more or less generate a
      tiny script that called an executable with a test name as the argument.
      To run particular tests, just run the test executable with the name of
      the test as the argument.
      The meson setup doesn't install test files anymore. The autotools test
      suite was designed towards working with installed tests, but it didn't
      really still, and now with meson, it doesn't install anything at all,
      but instead makes sure that everything runs with the uninstalled input
      files, binaries and libraries when running the test suite. Installable
      tests may come later.
      Tests from cogl, clutter and mutter are run on 'meson test'. In
      autotools, only cogl and clutter tests were run on 'make check'.