[PD] gem font rendering
ben at ekran.org
Mon Sep 19 17:35:14 CEST 2005
Feel free to send me a patch if you want me to take a look at it. The
machine sounds very much fast enough for it...
As for the pthread crash its nothing specific to Gem it seems, since
pdp_v4l is doing the same thing.
I thought perhaps your experience would see something in the trace that
is meaningful, pthread_join() freezes in both gem and pdp, even with a
source compile of pd.
I'm looking at pd, gem, the kernel and libc6 is there anything else
related to pthreads I should look at? I already upgraded my libc to a
newer version (with "linux threads 0.10" rather than "POSIX threads")
Just thought your knowledge of threads would help me out, any pthread
code you have laying around I can test with you do understand?
Tim Blechmann wrote:
>>Did you try text3d?
>>One line is connected to both translate XYZ's and offset by some
>>value I guess (the distance between the lines).
> i tried two versions ... one with two translateXYZ (one for movement,
> one for offset) and one with only one translateXYZ (triggered by the
> same line + offset)
>>What gfx card are you using?
>>I think Ettienne D. did complain about this happening on a titanium
>>667 some time back, I think the machine was just not up to the
> 0000:01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation GeForce Go 6200 TurboCache (rev a1)
> i'm using the nvidia binary driver on an 1.87 ghz pentium-m ... should
> be fast enough for that ...
>>PS: Any ideas about debugging my pthread crashes Tim? :)
> no clue, but i'm not really familiar with the gem internals, so i'm not
> really a big help with this ...
> cheers ... tim
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