[Bf-committers] Library updates for Blender 2.8
Brecht Van Lommel
brechtvanlommel at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 18:45:21 CEST 2018
install_deps.sh will be updated with the new versions.
On Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 6:30 PM Eugenio Pignataro <info at oscurart.com.ar>
> Hi guys.
> We will have some like install_deps.sh?
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> On 26/07/18 13:21, Brecht Van Lommel wrote:
> > I think it would be great to have all these libraries updated, especially
> > the ones with CVEs.
> > * Blosc: definitely need to upgrade one to fix GCC build issues
> > * clew/cuew: I wonder if we even need OpenCL/CUDA support in OpenSubdiv,
> > maybe OpenGL is enough..
> > * flexbison/schroendinger/lapack: seems fine to remove
> > * openjpeg: don't think there is a good reason to have it in extern/
> > anymore, would be happy to see patch to remove it from there
> > I guess most of these are relatively easy with a tweak to versions.cmake,
> > not sure how difficult it is on Linux.
> > On Mon, Jul 23, 2018 at 9:54 PM Ray Molenkamp <ray at lazydodo.com> wrote:
> >> There's quite a few libraries we build for the various platforms
> >> (57 by the last count) and it's not always clear who the module
> >> owner is and who is supposed to ask for newer versions of certain
> >> libs.
> >> I took a quick survey of the versions we use and the latest versions
> >> available. (based on build_files\build_environment\cmake\versions.cmake)
> >> (or in case the email ruins the long link: https://tinyurl.com/y9st4fyt
> >> There are several libs with known CVE's, personally I would prefer
> >> to upgrade those to the latest versions (most seem low risk upgrades)
> >> but for everything else I really have no strong opinion.
> >> Any module owner that wants edit rights, please poke me (email/irc) and
> >> I'll get you an editable link.
> >> --Ray
> >> On 7/23/2018 11:43 AM, Brecht Van Lommel wrote:
> >>> Hi all,
> >>> It's been a while since we updated libraries, and with the upgrade to
> >>> Visual Studio 2017 this has now become easier on Windows as well. Since
> >> the
> >>> platform maintainers have time now to do updates, let's try to get this
> >> in
> >>> motion.
> >>> Some of the latest library versions need C++11, I also propose we
> >>> C++11 in master. This mostly involves removing the WITH_CXX1 option and
> >>> code cleanups for STL data types compatibility.
> >>> For libraries, these are the ones I know of. Let us know if any other
> >>> library updates are needed.
> >>> * OSL, LLVM, OIIO: so we no longer need a really old LLVM version.
> >>> https://developer.blender.org/D3398
> >>> https://developer.blender.org/D2915
> >>> * OpenVDB 5.1.0: so we can read files written by other applications
> >>> have OpenVDB 5.x.
> >>> * Python 3.7.0 (or should we wait until there is a 3.7.1 or so with
> >>> bugfixes?)
> >>> * OpenSubdiv: this will need to include a number of Sergey's bugfixes,
> >> the
> >>> revision needed is not known (or doesn't exist) yet.
> >>> Thanks,
> >>> Brecht.
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