Having fun with Vkrunner!

Vkrunner is a Vulkan shader testing tool similar to Piglit, written by Neil Roberts. It is mostly used by graphics drivers developers, and was also part of the official Khronos conformance tests suite repository (VK-GL-CTS) for some time [1]. There are already posts [2] about its use but they are all written from a driver developer’s perspective and focus on vkrunner’s debugging capabilities. In this post, I’m going to show you an alternative use I’ve found for it, in order to have fun with pixel shaders during my holidays! 🙂

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A system to reject phone calls from my laptop

This post is about a system we devised and set up at home for me to be able to reject all the annoying phone calls I receive during the day from my laptop, without having to go pick up the phone. If you are also working from home like I do (yes, this is another cool option we have at Igalia!) you might find this hack useful. 😀

Demo:

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Libgliar: a library that lies to the OpenGL programs about the OpenGL context information

libgliar — a library that lies to the OpenGL programs about the OpenGL context info (for Linux only). Code: bzr branch lp:libgliar

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