> When I call glDrawPixels() on the R200 driver (these
> are the snapshots, no special branches or anything)
> with the incorrect type (i.e. GL_RGBA instead of
> GL_RGB) the machine locks hard. When
> LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT is set, the images that I
> attempt to draw don't show up (and they shouldn't),
> but no crash occurs.
> I understand that it's stupid to call glDrawPixels()
> with the wrong type, but what if someone
> calls it this way (like I did), is a hard lock
> the only consequence? I hope not.
> A program that demonstrates this should be fairly
> to make, so I haven't bothered to attach one.
> BTW, the mouse cursor still moves when it locks.
> Any ideas?
> - Michael
Oops, my mistake, I meant the format, not type. I
tried to reproduce the bug in GLUT (becuase I was
going to send a small sample program to the list), but
I just got mass corruption (which I would have
expected anyway), instead of a lock up. I was using
SDL when I was having the lock up problem, so this
might be a bug with their stuff and not the R200
driver. Sorry for wasting everyone's time.
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