Added few more stubs so that control reaches to DestroyDevice().
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21 if not with_platform_windows
22 # pipe-loader doesn't build on windows.
23 subdir('trivial')
24 endif
25 if with_gallium_softpipe
26 subdir('unit')
27 endif
28
29 if host_machine.system() != 'windows' or cpp.get_id() != 'gcc'
30 # FIXME: This has linking errors I can't figure out with MinGW. works fine
31 # with MSVC, works fine with GCC on Linux.
32 subdir('graw')
33 endif