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Fix hello_xr when running under Linux OpenGL X11 #144
Hmm. When I pull this into the internal repo with CI, it fails during the xcb-backend build of the exported source. (Don't know why it doesn't fail with the normal source)
Probably a define issue related to gfxwrapper. I'll dig into it further tomorrow.
Patch release for the 1.0 series. This release includes some fixes, extensions, and a small build system change: the build system is now configured to use C++14. No code changes in the loader or layers have yet taken place that require C++14. **Please file an issue** in OpenXR-SDK-Source if there is some deployment platform where you would be unable to use a loader making use of C++14 features. ### GitHub Pull Requests These had been integrated into the public repo incrementally. - General, Build, Other - #141 - Support system libs better (permit system jsoncpp, etc. for easier packaging) - hello_xr - #144 - Fix hello_xr when running under Linux OpenGL X11 - Registry - Reserve a Monado EGL extension <KhronosGroup/OpenXR-Docs#39> ### Internal issues - General, Build, Other - Switch C++ standard version to C++14 (internal MR 1602) - Remove unused/unneeded files (internal MR 1609) - Loader - Fix typo in parameter/member names (internal MR 1607, internal issue 1233) - Fix deprecated usage of JsonCpp (internal MR 1604, internal issue 1212) - hello_xr - Resolve misleading use of `xrLocateViews` before `xrWaitFrame` in helloXR and spec (internal MR 1584, internal issue 1227, public issue <#134>) - Registry - Add `XR_EXT_conformance_automation` extension, for use **only** by conformance testing (internal MR 1577, 1608)