Wine Test Bot 1.7.14 analysis
jwhite at codeweavers.com
Mon Mar 10 08:38:47 CDT 2014
On 03/10/2014 07:55 AM, Henri Verbeet wrote:
> On 10 March 2014 13:26, Jeremy White <jwhite at codeweavers.com> wrote:
>> But my code, in theory, skips holes in the data, so long as the data stays
>> in line.
>> In other words, a pattern like this:
>> where S is success, F is failure, and - is missing data, is considered
>> 'fixed'. A pattern like this:
>> is considered 'consistently failing'. All other patterns are considered
> The data for ddraw7 on Windows 2000 for example is "-SS-SS-F-F".
Yeah, I explained it incorrectly (and the code is rough, and quite
possibly wrong). A pattern requires exact edges to be considered fixed;
so 'SS-FFFF-FF' would be considered indeterminate. 'SSF-FFF-FF' would
be considered fixed.
I'll see about tweaking that (I changed it to prevent '-FFFFFFFFF' from
being considered 'fixed' <grin>. But I can fix that a different way).
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