[Mesa-dev] [PATCH] softpipe: allocate tile data on demand

Luca Barbieri luca at luca-barbieri.com
Fri Sep 24 11:42:04 PDT 2010

> In any case, this change causes a ton of conformance failures. Several
> piglit tests in the "general" category also fail.

Yes, sorry, I actually run piglit, but twice on the same binary...

The problem was that last_tile_addr must be invalidated on any change
including flushes.
This was automatic before since we stored it at last_tile->addr, but
now needs to be done explicitly.

I posted a new version that should actually not have regressions on piglit.

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