Xorg / Glamo ?
chrisfriedt at gmail.com
Sat Jan 31 18:30:52 CET 2009
Thanks for the tips again guys -
I've checked out andy-tracking already so it's just a matter of syncing.
Also I had been using OE to build all of my binaries and filesystems
using the org.openmoko.stable branch. Stable was giving me
(ironically) several build errors, which i had submitted trac tickets
and patches for. It's cumbersome to say the least.
Just to ensure that I am on the right track, where is most of the
current work happening? org.openmoko.dev ? FSO ? A different branch ?
@ Lars - I'll check out your code as well - if I manage to make an
improvement then I'lll request write access to your repo.
On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 8:18 AM, Lars-Peter Clausen <lars at metafoo.de> wrote:
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> Graeme Gregory wrote:
>> Lars-Peter Clausen wrote:
>>> I have a git repository with a cleaned up version of graemes xorg
>>> driver located at . Its quite stable(survied a 1 hour
>>> `x11perf -all`) and exa acceleration is working, but you'll have
>>> to apply  to your xserver to get it working. What still has to
>>> be done to have a good and simple 2d accelerated driver is proper
>>> randr support and some cleanups to the driver setup code.
>>> If you want to i can give you write permission to that
>> Hi, I haven't run it yet but a quick read of your code looks
>> Can you explain the patch in  and I can get it into OE.
>> Basically I need to know the "why?" and "will it break any
>> platforms?". I can then get a recipe in OE to build your code.
> It opens /dev/mem synchronously. Thus every write will block until the
> data has been written to the actual hardware. This is necessary for
> mmio, because reads/writes depend on that the hardware has received
> previous commands. It wont break other plattforms, but may slow them
> down. The patch is neither complete nor am I completely sure if its
> right to make it depend on no mtrr available. The easiest solution
> properly is to leave xorg untouched and add some code to the glamo
> driver which mmap the mmio.
>> I think we should see about getting you write access on the OM git.
>> Are you one of the guys who have an NDA?
> yes, i recently signed the nda.
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