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2016 Feb 15
1
[PATCH 09/23] nv50-: separate vertex formats from surface format descriptions
...LOAT, > 32_32_32_32, IBV, 0), > + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_UNORM, NONE, C0, C1, C2, C3, UNORM, 32_32_32_32, > TV, 0), > + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_SNORM, NONE, C0, C1, C2, C3, SNORM, 32_32_32_32, > TV, 0), > + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_SINT, RGBA32_SINT, C0, C1, C2, C3, SINT, > 32_32_32_32, IRV, 0), > + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_UINT, RGBA32_UINT, C0, C1, C2, C3, UINT, > 32_32_32_32, IRV, 0), > + > + V_F2A(R32G32_FLOAT, RG32_FLOAT, C0, C1, xx, xx, FLOAT, 32_32, IBV), > + V_F2A(R32G32_UNORM, NONE, C0, C1, xx, xx, UNORM, 32_32, TV), > + V_F2A(R32G32_SNORM, NONE, C0, C1, x...
2013 Nov 06
0
[LLVMdev] configparser and ConfigParser are different
Okay, I've traced it to a bug in configparser, which on my python 2.7.4 system is a backport of configparser from python 3. Here is a clean patch that works around the problem. Geoffrey On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 10:24 AM, Geoffrey Irving <irving at naml.us> wrote: > LLVM builds with me on the release_33 branch, but fails on trunk. I > bisected the problem to this commit: > > commit b49fb7bcd5001567d2da06f6a6e1c7ba79649e1b > Author: Daniel Dunbar <daniel at zuster.org> > Date: Wed Aug 14 23:15:39...
2016 Feb 15
0
[PATCH 09/23] nv50-: separate vertex formats from surface format descriptions
...AT, RGBA32_FLOAT, C0, C1, C2, C3, FLOAT, 32_32_32_32, IBV, 0), + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_UNORM, NONE, C0, C1, C2, C3, UNORM, 32_32_32_32, TV, 0), + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_SNORM, NONE, C0, C1, C2, C3, SNORM, 32_32_32_32, TV, 0), + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_SINT, RGBA32_SINT, C0, C1, C2, C3, SINT, 32_32_32_32, IRV, 0), + V_C4A(R32G32B32A32_UINT, RGBA32_UINT, C0, C1, C2, C3, UINT, 32_32_32_32, IRV, 0), + + V_F2A(R32G32_FLOAT, RG32_FLOAT, C0, C1, xx, xx, FLOAT, 32_32, IBV), + V_F2A(R32G32_UNORM, NONE, C0, C1, xx, xx, UNORM, 32_32, TV), + V_F2A(R32G32_SNORM, NONE, C0, C1, xx, xx, SNORM, 32_32, TV), +...
2013 Nov 06
2
[LLVMdev] configparser and ConfigParser are different
LLVM builds with me on the release_33 branch, but fails on trunk. I bisected the problem to this commit: commit b49fb7bcd5001567d2da06f6a6e1c7ba79649e1b Author: Daniel Dunbar <daniel at zuster.org> Date: Wed Aug 14 23:15:39 2013 +0000 [llvm-build] Make Py3 compatible. git-svn-id: https://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/llvm/trunk at 188424
2016 Feb 15
24
[PATCH 01/23] nv50: import updated g80_defs.xml.h from rnndb
From: Ben Skeggs <bskeggs at redhat.com> Signed-off-by: Ben Skeggs <bskeggs at redhat.com> --- src/gallium/drivers/nouveau/nv50/g80_defs.xml.h | 279 ++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1 file changed, 279 insertions(+) create mode 100644 src/gallium/drivers/nouveau/nv50/g80_defs.xml.h diff --git
2007 Dec 17
1
polygon class in splancs package
Dear forum, I would like to use the kernel2d or spkernel2d in the Splancs-package, but it does not recognize my polygon data. "Error in kernel2d(as.points(ptsbin), polygonprov, h0 = 2, nx = 100, : " is the error message. Invalid poly argument The data are defined as follows: polgonprov<-list(x=polyprov$X, y=polyprov$Y) with X and Y coordinates in the Lambert1972
2006 Jan 14
1
USB ports in Wine
I use devices like GPS' MP3 players, Memory sticks etc via the USB port and some need to be sinked to the device via a windows program. I have used wine to run many of my windows apps but when it comes to accessing the USB port through a win-apps sink programs it does not see the USB port. Is there a way to configer the USB port to have win-apps see it? I also have a win-app running called
2018 Aug 21
2
Call for testing: OpenSSH 7.8
Hi Damien, Damien Miller wrote on Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 12:04:41PM +1000: > ok, djm@ Thanks for checking, and thanks to Val and Michael for testing. I just committed the patch to OpenBSD, others will likely take care of merging it to -portable. > (I'd prefer the comment before the return statement, but up to you) Immediately before the return statement, it looked really confusing,
2006 Apr 10
4
Texas User Group
I am wondering if any of the Texas user groups have members in the North West part of the state. I am in the Amarillo area and would like to find some othere in this area, maybe even start a user group in this area. -- Bruce Reeves Nortex Networks -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2007 Oct 31
12
autotest displays no output
Hey, I''m trying to configure autotest with rspec on cygwin but something is going wrong. I made a very simple testing environment with a user.rb and user_spec.rb file. Rspec works fine, but autotest outputs nothing - it just stays here, idle. ^C doesn''t display anything more. I can see it''s running because I added require ''autotest/snarl'' in my
2000 Aug 31
1
slightly overzealous RNG seeding?
...G with 3 bytes from system calls debug: Seeded RNG with 34 bytes from programs debug: Seeded RNG with 3 bytes from system calls debug: Seeded RNG with 34 bytes from programs debug: Seeded RNG with 3 bytes from system calls That can't be right. Or am I doing something wrong? Gratefully, -Irving
2014 Mar 26
3
[LLVMdev] [cfe-dev] computing a conservatively rounded square of a double
On 03/26/2014 11:36 AM, Geoffrey Irving wrote: > I am trying to compute conservative lower and upper bounds for the > square of a double. I have set the rounding mode to FE_UPWARDS > elsewhere, so the code is > > struct Interval { > double nlo, hi; > }; > > Interval inspect_singleton_sqr(const double x)...
2020 Jan 07
0
[ANNOUNCE] fonttosfnt 1.1.0
...aviour Peng Wu (1): Round font size to integer value when reading bitmap font Peter Hutterer (2): Mark vsprintf_alloc as printf-like function Bump to 1.1.0 Ryan Farley (3): check for freetype NULL atoms let freetype handle ISO-8859-1 mapping allow ISO-646.1991-IRV as well, adobe standard for bdf git tag: fonttosfnt-1.1.0 https://xorg.freedesktop.org/archive/individual/app/fonttosfnt-1.1.0.tar.bz2 MD5: bf8086aa878f0d1bb7715e5865183cc4 fonttosfnt-1.1.0.tar.bz2 SHA1: 0e0ea8c92941bf9126b87fae5bb723c8e1035ae2 fonttosfnt-1.1.0.tar.bz2...
2010 Jun 07
2
Is there a 64 character term size limit? In Ruby bindings?
I've just found some items in my Xapian database which aren't being indexed, when the terms are quite long. Example term: Frotherham_doncaster_and_south_humber_mental_health_nhs_foundation_trust It represents that the Freedom of Information request was made to a particular public body. It results in pages like this not correctly showing results:
2010 Jul 28
1
Spelling correction confusion
If I spell "commission" wrongly with an s instead of a t, Xapian (via the QueryParser's get_corrected_query_string function) is finding the right spelling: http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/search/commistion However, if I miss the s out completely, it doesn't find it: http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/search/commision Any idea why that is? Missing the
2000 Jul 14
0
rlogin/slogin handling [PATCH]
...ssh, and old r* commands are moved off in another place, as I do. Since Solaris rsh is hardcoded to call /usr/bin/rlogin, it will get stuck in an infinite loop. Below is a quick patch I hacked up, based on the functionality in ssh-1.2.27, tested under Solaris 2.6,7 and 8. Thanks, -Irving Popovetsky --- ssh.c.orig Wed Jul 12 15:54:55 2000 +++ ssh.c Fri Jul 14 13:15:45 2000 @@ -160,11 +160,26 @@ { char *args[10]; int i; + char rsh_program_name[256]; log("Using rsh. WARNING: Connection will not be encrypted."); + +/* Check...
2007 Apr 03
1
openssl-0.9.7e compile error.
...ymbols: _U_Qfneg (first referenced in openbsd-compat//libopenbsd-compat.a(bsd-arc4random.o)) (code) collect2: ld returned 1 exit status *** Error exit code 1 Jerry Moore CSC, Principal UNIX Systems Administrator BAE Systems Electronics & Integrated Solutions 3131 Story Road West, Irving, Texas 75038 Work 972-659-3226 Mobile 214-868-6953 Jerry.Moore at baesystems.com Jmoore91 at csc.com
1999 Feb 01
0
Samba takes some time to wake up...
...Word 97 in can take up to 30 sec for the window in which you choose the file to apear. We have started smbd and nmbd via inetd and have had them running as daemons -- without any noticeable difference. I'll attach part of my smb.conf Please send any hints via eMail to marki@irving.uni-paderborn.de Thanks Mark ---------------------------smb.conf-------------------------- [global] guest account = pcguest hosts deny = ALL hosts allow = 131.234.138.0/255.255.255.0 127.0.0.1 server string = Samba Server Regelungstechnik workgroup = sambart loc...
2000 Aug 10
3
Control-c not work under openssh?
>This issue has actually cropped up again recently in my testing. When I >do use Solaris login (UseLogin yes), a ton of the important environment >variables (like TERM, etc) don't get passed. Is that normal behavior? Looking at the source os session.c it is obvious that when you use login the environment is not passed: execl(LOGIN_PROGRAM, "login",
1999 Sep 26
1
install problem -- libg2c
Hi, there I'm totally new to this. I used to use SPLUS, but think maybe useful to try R at home. But seems it doesn't like me. I got error message says ld: cannot open -lg2c: No such file or directory My OS is openlinux 2.3. I use egcs-2.91.66. I searched under /lib/egcs-2.91.66/ but found no libg2c.a. There's only a libgcc.a. Thought maybe g77