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    I wonder how long until people release...

    I wonder how long until people release screenshots of gtk3 themes. I wanna see some interface porn.
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    ..I suspect he's running wayland in an X window...

    ..I suspect he's running wayland in an X window so he doesn't have to keep restarting his environment to test..

    Point is, wayland works with the screen as a GEM object, so it can just as well...
  3. Just tried out the most recent code, and I'm...

    Just tried out the most recent code, and I'm running into a little corruption, most reproducably in the KDE game KNetwalk when you rotate a tile.
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    Indeed. I wonder when we'll start seeing these...

    Indeed. I wonder when we'll start seeing these displays, though. IBM made some 200DPI 20" screens a few years back but they needed an especially adapted matrox card, and they discontinued them after...
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    I'm also pretty unenthused about 3d screens in...

    I'm also pretty unenthused about 3d screens in relation to the prospect of, say, high DPI (200+ dpi) screens going mainstream, which is something that I'd *really* appreciate.
  6. Kindof. The CPU has much less latency to system...

    Kindof. The CPU has much less latency to system RAM than it does to gfx card RAM - so there's less latency for the CPU to rasterise graphics to main memory than to send the command to the GPU. The...
  7. I can concur with the above assessment. I notice,...

    I can concur with the above assessment. I notice, though, that when I test the speed it starts off quick and slows down after a couple of seconds (cairogears game me 130fps for te first few seconds...
  8. This is brilliant news :). I'd like to express my...

    This is brilliant news :). I'd like to express my profound appreciation to the AMD team for this work.
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    The reason functional programming (languages like...

    The reason functional programming (languages like lisp are very close to a pure encoding of lambda calculus) is amenable to parallelism is that their constructs are by definition idempotent - all of...
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    Point is, they aren't writing a complete driver -...

    Point is, they aren't writing a complete driver - they're copying the r600 one. The evergreen microcode format is almost identical to that of r600/r700, with the exceptions of needing interpolation...
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    To clarify, r600 support (non gallium) is indeed...

    To clarify, r600 support (non gallium) is indeed there, and r600g is just now showing its first signs of life. Apparently they were going to modify the r600 classic driver for the evergreens as this...
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    I, too, have been studying Open Source...

    I, too, have been studying Open Source Intelligence, and am pleased to announce that each install of the R800/Evergreen mesa driver will come with a free copy of Duke Nukem Forever.
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    That's with a core-i7 920 @2.6GHz, btw, and...

    That's with a core-i7 920 @2.6GHz, btw, and compiled with GCC version 4.3.4.

    Trying it with PGO yields a slightly better result:


    dustman@ixeron ~/primetest $ gcc -p primetest.c -o primetest...
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    dustman@ixeron ~/primetest $ gcc -p primetest.c...

    dustman@ixeron ~/primetest $ gcc -p primetest.c -o primetest -O3
    dustman@ixeron ~/primetest $ ./primetest 1000000
    prime number 1000000: 15485863
    total time: 5.72
  15. I love this. It always saddened me when old...

    I love this.

    It always saddened me when old pieces of hardware and/or software stopped working due to a new OS or other upgrades - like the computer industry's lost part of its heritage, if that...
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    Fair enough. That sounds like it'd be highly...

    Fair enough.

    That sounds like it'd be highly inconvenient for the Catalyst dev team as well, though. Might be prudent for both internal and external devs for the hardware team to produce a...
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    Oh. I kindof figured you'd just "sanitise" your...

    Oh. I kindof figured you'd just "sanitise" your internal documentation. Good news on the progress, anyway.
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    Evergreen documentation drop?

    Hi..

    I was wondering if/when there is going to be any more documentation drops for the evergreen. It's cool that we have the shader language docs, but without also having the register docs,...
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    No. To the best of my knowledge, the shader...

    No. To the best of my knowledge, the shader language documentation is the only part that's been released thus far..

    Not to worry, because there is modesetting support in the kernel...
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    Actually, the released shader ISA documentation...

    Actually, the released shader ISA documentation refers to it as an R800 as well (probably an oversight- the title in the PDF properties is "R800_ISA--TRUNCATED.book") :)
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