[cairo] [PATCH] Don't mention XFAIL_TESTS anymore
psychon at znc.in
Sun Sep 29 11:37:18 PDT 2013
On 29.09.2013 13:54, Chris Wilson wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 29, 2013 at 01:21:11PM +0200, Uli Schlachter wrote:
>> + * XFAIL: lacks implementation in pixman and consequently used as an excuse for
>> + * lack of support in other backends
>> + */
> This is now bogus.
>> CAIRO_TEST (extend_pad,
>> "Test CAIRO_EXTEND_PAD for surface patterns",
>> "extend", /* keywords */
>> + * XFAIL: The essential problem here is that the recording-surface has recorded
>> + * a sequence of operations with one device transformation, and we attempt to
>> + * replay it with another (basically a scale-factor for the falback resolution).
>> + * Carl begun to look at this with his chain-of-bugs, but the can of worms is
>> + * much bigger. It appears to be a design flaw in the recording-surface that
>> + * may spread further... My solution would be to lock Behad and Adrian in a
>> + * room, with Carl as a moderator and not let them out until they have come up
>> + * with an interface and semantics that actually work. :-)
>> + */
> This is supposed to work nowadays. (Albeit a persistent bug or two.)
>> CAIRO_TEST (fallback_resolution,
>> "Check handling of fallback resolutions",
>> "fallback", /* keywords */
>> + * XFAIL: The cairo_in_fill () function can sometimes produce false positives
>> + * when the tessellator produces empty trapezoids and the query point lands
>> + * exactly on a trapezoid edge.
>> + */
> This had better be working now ...
The test still fails for 18 points according to in-fill-empty-trapezoid.log.
Thus, I'd like to keep this comment.
>> +/* XFAIL: pixman's fixed point format. */
> Works now (or rather we have just pushed the range failure farther out).
>> CAIRO_TEST (scale_offset_similar,
>> "Tests drawing surfaces under various scales and transforms",
>> "surface, scale-offset", /* keywords */
> I think we can loose the warnings in all these cases.
Applied locally. I will push this to git eventually.
<alanc> I think someone had a Xprint version of glxgears at one point,
but benchmarking how many GL pages you can print per second
was deemed too silly to merge
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