[Mesa-dev] is_tex bit for TGSI sampling instructions
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Thu Aug 25 13:30:26 PDT 2011
On 25.08.2011 06:42, Zack Rusin wrote:
> On Wednesday, August 24, 2011 10:14:48 PM Bryan Cain wrote:
>> Like Dave said, the GLSL->TGSI translator needs to account for this.
> Probably not, at least yet. All of those instructions are DX10.1 level
> instructions which support splitting of samplers and the underlaying resource,
> we don't support that yet.
>> I'm not sure on how to initialize a resource in TGSI, though. Is there
>> a state tracker that uses it that could provide an example?
> I don't think any of the open drivers actually implement this scheme quite
> yet. The resources are declared using ureg_DECL_resource, the resulting code
> would look something like:
> DCL RES, 2D, FLOAT
> LOAD DST, SRC, RES
Putting the resource type in the resource declaration instead of the
instruction isn't necessarily smart considering indirect resource access ...
I just hope the person implementing it remembers to provide a base array
address so we can identify the type.
( think of something like: LOAD DST, SRC, RES[ADDR.x - 4] )
what's the type of resource -4 ?
>> I also have an unrelated TGSI question: has it been determined exactly
>> what the source regs for TXF should be and what order they should be in?
> Two four component integer vectors, first is the coordinate the other is the
> offset. I think gpu_program4 specifies that instruction.
> Ultimately I wanted to replace all the texture sampling/fetching/loading
> instructions with the DX10.1 variants. There's less of them and they're
> cleaner. Drivers which don't support that split could just ignore it. For
> various reasons I never finished it so this texture sampling code is quite
> frankly half-assed, I'd just use the documented/driver implemented opcodes and
> leave others untouched.
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