[OpenJDK 2D-Dev] CR 7029934 : Xrender: Text is truncated with 64 bit Linux JRE
philip.race at oracle.com
Mon Mar 28 17:06:08 UTC 2011
Thanks for the patch. I'll take a look shortly.
You wouldn't be the first person to be (very) surprised that the XID
type can be 64 bits
I need to look into why this didn't seem to be a problem on Solaris 11
.. I wonder how
that can be ?
BTW yes, there seems to be a known widespread problem with getting bug
out. I read (on another openjdk list) that its known and being worked
on. I don't
know the details.
On 3/28/2011 9:54 AM, Clemens Eisserer wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> The problem was caused by the assumption that sizeof(int) ==
> sizeof(XID), however Xlib uses unsigned long for XIDs, even if XIDs
> are defined to be 32-bit on wire. According to the xorg mailing list
> ists safe to store those values in 4-byte variables, the only case
> which needs attention are arrays.
> In this case the problem was I passed a Glyph* to
> XRenderCompositeText, which however expected a unsigned int*. Both are
> 4bytes wide on ia32, but Glyph is 8 bytes on amd64. XRenderFreeGlyphs
> was also affected.
> - Clemens
> PS: I can't access information for 7029934 - which seems to be rather
> common for many bug-numbers I see floating arround on the mailing
> lists. Any idea why?
> 2011/3/22 Clemens Eisserer<linuxhippy at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Phil,
>> I'll have a look at this one soon.
>> I also hope to fix the bug causing intellij's editor to be completly
>> unuseable before jdk7's freeze phase - however I guess I'll need a
>> little help for that.
>> Just remembered that I promies results some time ago, sorry, I'll send it soon.
>> Its just, university is giving me a really hard time. Starting with
>> 6th April everything will be far more relaxed =)
>> Thanks, Clemens
>> 2011/3/22 Phil Race<philip.race at oracle.com>:
>>> Have you tried 64 bit Linux JRE? SQE reports, and I have verified, text is
>>> But only on Linux. Solaris is OK. B&W, greyscale, LCD are all the same.
>>> *Change Request ID*: 7029934
>>> *Synopsis*: Xrender: Text is truncated with 64 bit Linux JRE
>>> === *Description*
>>> java version "1.7.0-ea"
>>> Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0-ea-b134)
>>> Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 21.0-b04, mixed mode)
>>> Platform: OEL6
>>> 2.6.32-100.28.5.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Feb 2 18:40:23 EST 2011 x86_64 x86_64
>>> x86_64 GNU/Linux
>>> When launch Java2Demo in OEL6 machine, the text partially shows in the
>>> application. It only happens in 64 bits java.
>>> I tried 32 bits java, the demo looks fine.
>>> Please see attached screen shot for detail.
>>> How to reproduce the problem:
>>> 1, Launch the demo by using jdk1.7.0-b134 ever early versions(like b120)
>>> 2, When the demo GUI comes up, you can see all text in frame shows only
>>> [root at dhcp-santaclara22-2fl-west-10-132-182-109 linux-x64]# bin/java -jar
>>> -Dsun.java2d.xrender=True demo/jfc/Java2D/*.jar
>>> XRender pipeline enabled
>>> Xrender: INFO: Jules library not installed.
>>> You can use the OEL6 machine to reproduce this problem,
>>> I add machine info is in comments
>>> *** (#1 of 1): 2011-03-22 16:41:39 GMT+00:00 tao.t.zhang at oracle.com
>>> *** Last Edit: 2011-03-22 17:15:42 GMT+00:00 tao.t.zhang at oracle.com
>>> === *Evaluation*
>>> Looks bad. Seems like all text rendering that goes via Xrender is truncated.
>>> Looks like the first half of any given drawString is visible and the rest is
>>> missing. Its not specific to Java2Demo. Its in SwingSet2 and in applet
>>> It seems to have been this way since the first Xrender build (b97) and its
>>> not just OEL 6. Its also Ubuntu 10.04, so probably all 64 bit Linuxes.
>>> But 64 bit Solaris on Intel/AMD is fine!
>>> I reproduced this displaying remotely from an OEL 6 box and an Ubuntu box
>>> with Solaris 11 x86 as the display server, so its presumably something on
>>> the client (application) end.
>>> The code is all the same so maybe its something to do with the compilation.
>>> *** (#1 of 1): 2011-03-22 20:37:53 GMT+00:00 philip.race at oracle.com
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