[PATCH i-g-t v2] tests/kms_cursor_crc: refactoring cursor-alpha subtests

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Melissa Wen

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Oct 21, 2020, 5:00:04 AM10/21/20
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Considering just a fully opaque or fully transparent cursor is not enough
to check the composition of an ARGB cursor plane. For example, the cairo
ARGB32 format uses pre-multiplied alpha, and this representation may only
be evident when testing a translucent cursor.

Therefore, this patch refactors the cursor-alpha-opaque and
cursor-alpha-transparent subtests into just one subtest (cursor-alpha)
that checks the alpha blending of a white cursor, with different alpha
values, in the primary plane. This refactoring also generates some setup
stuffs savings.

v2:
- debug log states the alpha whenever CRC mismatch (Arek)
- checking all alpha values before asserting the result (Arek)

Signed-off-by: Melissa Wen <melis...@gmail.com>
---
tests/kms_cursor_crc.c | 87 ++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------
1 file changed, 45 insertions(+), 42 deletions(-)

diff --git a/tests/kms_cursor_crc.c b/tests/kms_cursor_crc.c
index 0be8f7f8..83c74a69 100644
--- a/tests/kms_cursor_crc.c
+++ b/tests/kms_cursor_crc.c
@@ -428,65 +428,73 @@ static void prepare_crtc(data_t *data, igt_output_t *output,
igt_pipe_crc_start(data->pipe_crc);
}

-static void test_cursor_alpha(data_t *data, double a)
+static void test_cursor_alpha(data_t *data)
{
igt_display_t *display = &data->display;
igt_pipe_crc_t *pipe_crc = data->pipe_crc;
- igt_crc_t crc, ref_crc;
+ igt_crc_t crc[5], ref_crc;
cairo_t *cr;
uint32_t fb_id;
int curw = data->curw;
int curh = data->curh;
+ int i, index;
+ double alpha;
+ bool mismatch = false;

- /* Alpha cursor fb with white color */
+ /* Alpha cursor fb */
fb_id = igt_create_fb(data->drm_fd, curw, curh,
DRM_FORMAT_ARGB8888,
LOCAL_DRM_FORMAT_MOD_NONE,
&data->fb);
igt_assert(fb_id);
+
+ /*
+ * Hardware Test
+ * With the cursor enabled, get the PF CRCs from the composition with a
+ * white cursor with different alpha values.
+ */
cr = igt_get_cairo_ctx(data->drm_fd, &data->fb);
- igt_paint_color_alpha(cr, 0, 0, curw, curh, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, a);
- igt_put_cairo_ctx(cr);
+ cairo_set_operator (cr, CAIRO_OPERATOR_SOURCE);

- /* Hardware Test - enable cursor and get PF CRC */
cursor_enable(data);
- igt_display_commit(display);
- igt_wait_for_vblank(data->drm_fd,
- display->pipes[data->pipe].crtc_offset);
- igt_pipe_crc_get_current(data->drm_fd, pipe_crc, &crc);
+ for (i = 0, alpha = 1.0; alpha >= 0.0; alpha -= 0.25, i++) {
+ igt_paint_color_alpha(cr, 0, 0, curw, curh, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, alpha);
+
+ igt_display_commit(display);
+ igt_wait_for_vblank(data->drm_fd,
+ display->pipes[data->pipe].crtc_offset);
+ igt_pipe_crc_get_current(data->drm_fd, pipe_crc, &crc[i]);
+ }
+ igt_put_cairo_ctx(cr);

cursor_disable(data);
igt_remove_fb(data->drm_fd, &data->fb);

- /* Software Test - render cursor in software, drawn it directly on PF */
+ /* Software Test - render cursor in software, drawn it directly on PF*/
cr = igt_get_cairo_ctx(data->drm_fd, &data->primary_fb[FRONTBUFFER]);
- igt_paint_color_alpha(cr, 0, 0, curw, curh, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, a);
- igt_put_cairo_ctx(cr);
-
- igt_display_commit(display);
- igt_wait_for_vblank(data->drm_fd,
- display->pipes[data->pipe].crtc_offset);
- igt_pipe_crc_get_current(data->drm_fd, pipe_crc, &ref_crc);

- /* Compare CRC from Hardware/Software tests */
- igt_assert_crc_equal(&crc, &ref_crc);
+ for (i = 0, alpha = 1.0; alpha >= 0.0; alpha -= 0.25, i++) {
+ igt_paint_color_alpha(cr, 0, 0, curw, curh, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, alpha);

- /*Clear Screen*/
- cr = igt_get_cairo_ctx(data->drm_fd, &data->primary_fb[FRONTBUFFER]);
- igt_paint_color(cr, 0, 0, data->screenw, data->screenh,
- 0.0, 0.0, 0.0);
- igt_put_cairo_ctx(cr);
-}
+ igt_display_commit(display);
+ igt_wait_for_vblank(data->drm_fd,
+ display->pipes[data->pipe].crtc_offset);
+ igt_pipe_crc_get_current(data->drm_fd, pipe_crc, &ref_crc);

-static void test_cursor_transparent(data_t *data)
-{
- test_cursor_alpha(data, 0.0);
+ /* Compare CRC from Hardware/Software tests */
+ if (igt_find_crc_mismatch(&crc[i], &ref_crc, &index)) {
+ mismatch = true;
+ igt_debug("CRC mismatch for alpha %.2f: 0x%x != 0x%x\n",
+ alpha, crc[i].crc[index], ref_crc.crc[index]);
+ }

-}
+ /*Clear Screen*/
+ igt_paint_color(cr, 0, 0, data->screenw, data->screenh,
+ 0.0, 0.0, 0.0);
+ }
+ igt_put_cairo_ctx(cr);

-static void test_cursor_opaque(data_t *data)
-{
- test_cursor_alpha(data, 1.0);
+ igt_assert_f(!mismatch, "At least one CRC mismatch detected\n");
}

static void run_test(data_t *data, void (*testfunc)(data_t *), int cursor_w, int cursor_h)
@@ -655,15 +663,10 @@ static void run_tests_on_pipe(data_t *data, enum pipe pipe)
run_test(data, test_cursor_size,
data->cursor_max_w, data->cursor_max_h);

- igt_describe("Validates the composition of a fully opaque cursor "
- "plane, i.e., alpha channel equal to 1.0.");
- igt_subtest_f("pipe-%s-cursor-alpha-opaque", kmstest_pipe_name(pipe))
- run_test(data, test_cursor_opaque, data->cursor_max_w, data->cursor_max_h);
-
- igt_describe("Validates the composition of a fully transparent cursor "
- "plane, i.e., alpha channel equal to 0.0.");
- igt_subtest_f("pipe-%s-cursor-alpha-transparent", kmstest_pipe_name(pipe))
- run_test(data, test_cursor_transparent, data->cursor_max_w, data->cursor_max_h);
+ igt_describe("Validates the composition of alpha cursor plane "
+ "from fully opaque to fully transparent alpha range");
+ igt_subtest_f("pipe-%s-cursor-alpha", kmstest_pipe_name(pipe))
+ run_test(data, test_cursor_alpha, data->cursor_max_w, data->cursor_max_h);

igt_fixture
create_cursor_fb(data, data->cursor_max_w, data->cursor_max_h);
--
2.28.0

Melissa Wen

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Oct 21, 2020, 12:57:40 PM10/21/20
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Hey,

I saw that the CI reported a failure again for alpha = 0.5.
Could it be a rounding issue?

Melissa Wen

Petri Latvala

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Oct 22, 2020, 6:00:47 AM10/22/20
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On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 01:57:27PM -0300, Melissa Wen wrote:
> Hey,
>
> I saw that the CI reported a failure again for alpha = 0.5.
> Could it be a rounding issue?


Swati and/or J-P, please check this failure.


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Ville Syrjälä

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Oct 22, 2020, 6:37:07 AM10/22/20
to Melissa Wen, igt...@lists.freedesktop.org, Petri Latvala, kerne...@googlegroups.com
On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 05:59:56AM -0300, Melissa Wen wrote:
> Considering just a fully opaque or fully transparent cursor is not enough
> to check the composition of an ARGB cursor plane. For example, the cairo
> ARGB32 format uses pre-multiplied alpha, and this representation may only
> be evident when testing a translucent cursor.
>
> Therefore, this patch refactors the cursor-alpha-opaque and
> cursor-alpha-transparent subtests into just one subtest (cursor-alpha)
> that checks the alpha blending of a white cursor, with different alpha
> values, in the primary plane. This refactoring also generates some setup
> stuffs savings.

Black background means you can't actually tell the
difference between premultiplied blending and no
blending.

Oh, I guess restore_image() does end up painting
the test pattern into the primary plane's fb? Are
we guaranteed to position the cursor over some non-black
parts?

The other obvious concern is whether hardware and software
blending will produce the exact same results or not. I do see
you use 1/4 steps for the alpha, which I guess can make that
more likely.

Side note: data->primary_fb[RESTOREBUFFER] looks to be dead weight
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Juha-Pekka Heikkila

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Oct 22, 2020, 9:41:59 AM10/22/20
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On 22.10.2020 13.37, Ville Syrjälä wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 05:59:56AM -0300, Melissa Wen wrote:
>> Considering just a fully opaque or fully transparent cursor is not enough
>> to check the composition of an ARGB cursor plane. For example, the cairo
>> ARGB32 format uses pre-multiplied alpha, and this representation may only
>> be evident when testing a translucent cursor.
>>
>> Therefore, this patch refactors the cursor-alpha-opaque and
>> cursor-alpha-transparent subtests into just one subtest (cursor-alpha)
>> that checks the alpha blending of a white cursor, with different alpha
>> values, in the primary plane. This refactoring also generates some setup
>> stuffs savings.
>
> Black background means you can't actually tell the
> difference between premultiplied blending and no
> blending.
>
> Oh, I guess restore_image() does end up painting
> the test pattern into the primary plane's fb? Are
> we guaranteed to position the cursor over some non-black
> parts?
>
> The other obvious concern is whether hardware and software
> blending will produce the exact same results or not. I do see
> you use 1/4 steps for the alpha, which I guess can make that
> more likely.

I don't think verifying those blending levels will be possible when
comparing hw vs sw image, to me it seemed different gens behave
different with cursor alpha. On this test to make it fail reliably even
with alpha value 1.0 one just need to change from cursor image white sub
block into grey level 0.5.

>
> Side note: data->primary_fb[RESTOREBUFFER] looks to be dead weight

Seems it was left when rendercopy was taken out from this test.
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