Thank you Geert for your quick response.
I ll try this out..
--
Ramya.

On 10/18/06, Geert Uytterhoeven < geert@linux-m68k.org> wrote:
On Wed, 18 Oct 2006, Ramya Segar wrote:
> I m a realtive newcomer to linux and device drivers in particular.
> I have doubts regrading how to enable double buffering in the fb driver for
> amba-clcd.
> I m interested in knowing how to enable double bufefring, where two buffers
> are allocated and swapped during vertical blanking period (this is how i
> understood it).
> As I understand it, the dbe extension of XFree86 X server provides software
> double buffering, where each window has two buffers, a front and back..
> If you can point me to any documentation on this, it would be a great help..

If your graphics engine supports virtual screens and panning, one simple way is
this:
  - Make the virtual vertical resolution (fb_var_screeninfo.yres_virtual) 2
    times the real vertical resolution (fb_var_screeninfo.yres)
  - Use panning to switch from the top (fb_var_screeninfo.yoffset = 0) to the
    bottom (fb_var_screeninfo.yoffset = fb_var_screeninfo.yres) and vice versa

Gr{oetje,eeting}s,

                                                Geert

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