wined3d: Bind device framebuffer in ActivateContext
thunderbird2k at gmx.net
Sun Nov 25 13:26:21 CST 2007
> > On Nov 25, 2007 7:15 AM, Stefan Dösinger <stefan at codeweavers.com>
> > > Am Sonntag, 25. November 2007 00:07:15 schrieb Allan Tong:
> > > > Fixes failures in visual tests for ddraw and d3d8 when using FBO
> > > > offscreen rendering mode.
> > > >
> > > > - Allan
> > >
> > > This doesn't look right to me. It will most likely break overall FBO
> > > support.
> > >
> > > There is indeed a problem with the fbo and ActivateContext
> > > but fixing this is more involved than just setting the framebuffer to
> > Any hints where to start looking? The way I understand it,
> > ActivateContext will only try to set the draw buffer to GL_FRONT,
> > GL_BACK, or GL_AUX0, which should mean that at some point before that,
> > the framebuffer would need to be set to 0, or do I have that wrong?
> > Or is it that I didn't reset the framebuffer back to its previous
> > value?
> The framebuffer setup should be merged with ActivateContext, but not by
> setting the framebuffer to 0. Currently there are two issues: the one you
> seeing(the complaints from opengl), and multithreading issues.
> Parts of the code call ActivateContext before setting the fbo: In this
> you can get errors in glDrawBuffers. Other parts call the fbo setup before
> calling ActivateContext. In this case the app can crash after a rendering
> thread switch because no GL context is active.
> The whole issue is pretty complex unfortunately. One issue is that we
> select context and drawable separately for onscreen rendering, and pbuffer
> offscreen rendering. In the case of fbos, the drawable can be set without
> changing the context.
> Another issue is that ActivateContext deals with one buffer only, but with
> we can have multiple simultaneous ones(GL_ARB_draw_buffers, or multiple
> render targets in d3d speak). In case of onscreen rendering only one
> target may be active from the d3d side, and in case of back/aux and
> offscreen rendering we're limited to one target from the opengl side.
> What has to be done in some way is to merge apply_fbo_state() with
> ActivateContext. My original idea was to select the primary target and the
> depthstencil buffer in ActivateContext similarly to the existing code, and
> have higher render targets set in the state manager. Unfortunately drivers
> not like that, and we have to set all color and depth attachments of the
> at once.
Also don't forget that a lot of function calls (especially in surface.c) still mess with glDrawBuffer themselves. For a lot of calls this is redundant.
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