[cairo] Pushing vmx patches in pixman
lu_zero at gentoo.org
Sun Jun 1 07:38:46 PDT 2008
Soeren Sandmann wrote:
> Luca Barbato <lu_zero at gentoo.org> writes:
>>> In addition to mailing the patches, it's also convenient if you push
>>> your git branch to a public place. And this is really required before
>>> you push directly to cairo or pixman repositories so we can ensure
>>> your commits look exactly the way they should.
>> I published the branch as you suggested and here is the current diff
>> from master.
> I don't have a PowerPC, so I can't test this myself. The minimum
> amount of testing that needs to be done is:
> (a) An X server linked to pixman works and displays a GNOME
> desktop correctly, specifically without artefacts in the icon
I'm using this pixman since the first time the code passed the test, so
this should work even if I'm not exactly using a gnome desktop I'm using
many gtk applications.
> (b) Rendercheck run against the X server generally
> passes. There are a number of options to this program. The
> most important formats to test are 16 and 24 bit RGB formats,
> and 8 bit alpha formats. The most important operations are
> BLEND, OVER, ADD, IN, CLEAR.
I need to know more about this.
> (c) The cairo test suite passes when run like this:
> env CAIRO_TEST_TARGET=image make test
Right now it fails on font related tests and it is expected since I
don't have the required fonts.
it also fails on leaky-dashed-rectangle but I'm not sure if it's pixman
I updated my branch to build with the current changes.
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