• Jose Fonseca's avatar
    cmake: Allow to generate a tarball/zip with the binaries, scripts, data. · f232fa4d
    Jose Fonseca authored
    It doesn't make much sense to package piglit or install on machines, due
    to the frequency piglit tests are added/changed.
    
    However, binary packages are still useful for distributed testing where
    the binaries are built on one machine, and then passed to (sometimes
    other teams) for the actual testing.
    
    This patch allows one to conveniently generate such packages, simply by
    doing
    
      make package
    
    Then one can run piglit by unpacking the package elsewhere, set the
    PIGLIT_SOURCE_DIR and LD_LIBRARY_PATH accordingly, and run piglit scripts
    as usual.
    Reviewed-by: Brian Paul's avatarBrian Paul <brianp@vmware.com>
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