so amd do not have bring the spec for the viedeo render part! becourse they can't
the R800 will Hopefulle chance this but AMD run's Out of money so i think amd can't chance this!
so i think... they bring DirectX11 by driver and microcode update to the rv740!
and the don't chance the UVD part in the R800--- but if they have more money again the will chance this in the future. --->R900
Do you know where the source code is published?
Is it in mesa repo? I found two branches, r6xx-r7xx-support and radeon-rewrite.
Is it in these?
The 3d code is in r6xx-r7xx-support. The radeon-rewrite branch is where airlied and others are adding support for running over a drm with memory manager and kernel modesetting (KMS/GEM/TTM).
There is a third branch, r6xx-rewrite, which is where we made a copy of radeon-rewrite and have started porting the 6xx/7xx 3d code into radeon-rewrite -- so the name is a hybrid of 6xx-7xx-support and radeon-rewrite ;)
And here's the "Readers Digest" version :
* master - no 6xx/7xx, doesn't work with memory manager
* radeon-rewrite - no 6xx/7xx, works with memory manager
* 6xx-7xx-support - works with 6xx/7xx, doesn't work with memory manager
* 6xx-rewrite - merge of the previous two branches, so will have 6xx/7xx *and* work with memory manager once finished
The most likely sequence of events is :
1. radeon-rewrite merges to master, adding memory manager support for 5xx/690 and below
2. 6xx-rewrite merges to master, adding 6xx/7xx support
If, however, the 6xx/7xx port to rewrite goes more quickly than finishing radeon-rewrite, the sequence would be :
1. 6xx-rewrite merges to radeon-rewrite
2. radeon-rewrite merges to master
Well, I gotta be honest here... Readers Digest definitely helped me.. :D
That makes sense. I can certainly understand the values of a well thought out project that goes exactly according to plan. Every new network I assemble is different, and requires a bit of planning to get it in working order.
Taking an object that is one way and making it communicate with another object that is a different way. I guess APIs and networks have something in common.