[Piglit] [PATCH 0/9] Direct State Access tests series

Laura Ekstrand laura at jlekstrand.net
Wed Feb 25 10:47:49 PST 2015

I'm curious.  Which NVIDIA driver did you use?  I installed 340.23 in the
fall and its coverage of DSA was not great.  It didn't support
ARB_texture_storage, which is kind of essential for taking advantage of DSA
textures.  I'm not surprised if that driver fails tests.

Sorry about the lack of reviews.  There has been a lot on my plate
recently, and it doesn't show any signs of letting up.

On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 4:30 AM, Martin Peres <martin.peres at linux.intel.com>

> On 16/02/15 15:12, Martin Peres wrote:
>> Here are the tests I have been working on while implementing the following
>> parts of the DSA extension:
>> - Transform Feedback object
>> - Renderbuffer object
>> - Sampler object
>> - Program Pipeline object
>> - Query object
>> This series adds 115 tests and requires patches I am about to send to the
>> mesa-dev ML, the MESA_EXTENSION_OVERRIDE=GL_ARB_direct_state_access env
>> variable and i915.enable_ppgtt=2 in order to all be run successfully on
>> Haswell (only platform tested).
>> Please test and review.
> I ran those tests on NVIDIA and only three fail:
> - create-queries "invalid target" : nvidia does not check the target as it
> should
> - namedrenderbuffer "invalid format" : nvidia does not check the required
> format
> (it accepts GL_TRUE instead of a valid format such as GL_RGBA)
> - transformfeedback-bufferrange "bind a non-existing output BO" :
> Apparently,
> binding an invalid BO id is legal with nvidia :o At least, it produces no
> error
> Could I get more reviews please? I would like to push those on Friday!
> Martin
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