[RFC weston] compositor: optimize/simplify shaders
ppaalanen at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 04:11:41 PDT 2012
On Wed, 29 Aug 2012 19:18:17 -0500
Rob Clark <rob.clark at linaro.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:27 AM, Pekka Paalanen <ppaalanen at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 17:03:10 +0300
> > Pekka Paalanen <ppaalanen at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi Rob,
> >> I've started reviewing your patch and fixing the remaining bugs. So far
> >> I think I got most of the blend/opaque region stuff sorted out. I
> >> haven't still gotten to the geometry, where I can trigger visual bugs
> >> with and without getting your TODO printouts.
> >> I'm guessing the xwayland surfaces will come and haunt us, because I
> >> think they contain both an opaque region with undefined alpha values,
> >> and opaque and non-opaque regions with valid alpha values.I haven't
> >> even tested them yet, but I guess a quick fix would be to paint opaque
> >> regions always with a shader that forces texture alpha to 1.0. Would it
> >> better as a different shader program or a uniform flag for a shader, I
> >> don't know.
> >> I'm not sure we should have nested functions in Weston code base. Also
> >> like you noted, compositor_wayland.c does not build anymore.
> >> Here's my WIP tree that may be rebased!
> > The tree is still here and updated:
> > http://cgit.collabora.com/git/user/pq/wayland-demos.git/log/?h=shaders
> > I don't think I will be rebasing it anymore.
> > I merged Rob's updates there.
> > Rob, I will leave cleaning up the series for you, once we are done. You
> > probably want to squash some things etc.
> Fyi, I've squashed/reordered a bit. And pushed some nice updates to
> your debug draw stuff, so now it is quite fun to look at:
> git://github.com/robclark/weston.git master
that's definitely interesting. I'm working based on your 'pq' branch,
though, because you missed these commits:
1e17e4a compositor: fix blending for full-surface alpha
87af9c8 compositor: specialised fragment shader for RGBX
0c37514 compositor: re-enable full-surface alpha
82ffb58 compositor: fix build against WL_bind_wayland_display extension
and it seems the 'pq' branch is up to date still.
I got these with your 'pq' branch:
It appears the clean-up painting paints something wrong, but I haven't
been able to reproduce that otherwise. The flower is rotated about 45
degrees. Notice the three green pixels down from the word "Thu" in the
panel clock. Those pixels flicker when I move the mouse cursor, even
though there should not be damage anywhere near. The green pixels are
where the surface's top-left corner is.
This shows a problem with screen-aligned surfaces. The center vertex is
not in the center, implying that there are duplicate vertices. Good
thing I didn't remove the center vertex yet.
If I disable the fan debug line clean-up, it is hard to spot or trigger
any problems, apart from the center point thing.
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