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r=daenzer These version comparisons aren't correct, the interrupt handling code was only changed very recently, around 2.5.70 IIRC.
Also, you always return IRQ_HANDLED, even if you weren't interested in the interrupt at all and didn't do anything about it.
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if you want to comment on the bug, go to the URL shown below and enter your comments there. id=217 ------- Additional Comments From [email protected] 2003-06-30 ------- The problem is nothing to do with _mesa_test_os_sse_exception_support, the initial comment was a mistake on part. ------- You are receiving this mail because: ------- You are on the CC list for the bug, or are watching someone who is.
), or if trigered by the commits (e.g., using a CVS script, or by making a procmail rule for dri-patches). Can you outline the reasons that this has started happening, whether it will be resolved and if so on what timescale? You also acknowledge and agree that you are not offended by nudity or explicit depictions of sexual activity.By clicking the "Enter" button, and by entering this website, you agree with all the above and certify under penalty of perjury that you are an adult.r=daenzer The DMX (distributed multihead X) project has support for the GLX extesion using some code from SGI called GLXproxy. Could this code be used to add support for DRI for multiple video cards in the same machine? like glxproxy being a direct rendering client that proxies indirect requests to the hardware. The bug answers to most questions we have and that Keith outlined in his draft, and since the SF team's position appears to be inflexible so I don't know whether there is any point in contact them. -- Earthling Michel Dänzer \ Debian (powerpc), XFree86 and DRI developer Software libre enthusiast \ Reading the SF master bug database, the only workaround for this problem is to create nightly CVS snapshots of the trunk for people to download who are not members of the project.=20 That's the SF admins response on the master bug database for now anyway. In r200_context.h: #define DO_DEBUG 1 #if DO_DEBUG extern int R200_DEBUG; #else #define R200_DEBUG 0 #endif -- Free Software - find interesting programs and change them Net Hack - meet interesting creatures, kill them and eat their bodies Usenet - meet interesting people from all over the world and flame them Decopter - unrealistic helicopter simulator, get it from solution to the current problem is to move the repository elsewhere. One with better backing that will keep it going if large numbers of projects start using it? This is a reasonable proposition -- let's start putting a draft together, then.I could be way off; I'm not exactly clear on how glxproxy works, haven't had time to look at the code. Alex __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? I'm going to follow Alan suggestion and setup a rsync mirror of the CVS trunk checkout on my machine at the Uni. ------- SF admins, We're concerned about the recent changes to anonymous cvs access, in particular the way in which changes committed by developers take an extended period (upto days) to become visible to anonymous cvs users.