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Re: grfcl breakage on current?
On Nov 6, 2012, at 3:32 PM, Chuck Silvers <chuq%chuq.com@localhost> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 06, 2012 at 01:09:34AM +0100, Radoslaw Kujawa wrote:
>> Can anyone confirm/deny breakage of grfcl driver with -current ? I have a
>> PicassoIV card, but now when trying to boot current kernel on A4000 it only
>> gives "CIRRUS" on top of the screen and that's it. NetBSD 6.0 kernel is
>> working correctly. I suspect that this driver got broken recently.
> it looks like this is due to my recent device/softc changes.
> the amiga video drivers abuse the autoconf framework in horrible ways
Yes, I know, they're awful. I'm thinking about rewriting these drivers, but
that's a lot of work and I'd need to have all these cards to test (I only have
PIcassoIV, A2410 and CV64/3D). CV64/3D and CV64 drivers are even more messy
now, since we've (me and Frank) added wsdisplay support to them. I'd really
like to phase out grf/ite in favour of wsdisplay for NetBSD 7.
> and I had some trouble with updating them. I could only test the grfcc driver
Hm, so I wonder where's the difference. Perhaps grfcc works because it is
attached in a bit different way (since it lives on mainbus, and other grf
drivers live on zbus).
> but I hoped that I got the others right too... alas, I didn't.
> I think the attached patch will repair things, could you give it a try?
I've tested it, unfortunately it didn't help. But that's weird, looking at cvs
logs and diffs, I expected that the patch you've sent would fix this problem.
Maybe I'm missing something else.
I also tested the build from 20121015 and it works correctly, so it confirms
that latest changes are indeed at fault.
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