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#0 set at brw_blorp.cpp:71
#1 brw_blorp_surface_info::set at brw_blorp.cpp:83
#2 brw_blorp_clear_params::brw_blorp_clear_params at brw_blorp_clear.cpp:193
#3 do_single_blorp_clear at brw_blorp_clear.cpp:506
#4 brw_blorp_clear_color at brw_blorp_clear.cpp:591
#5 brw_clear at brw_clear.c:243
#6 draw_knot at ../../../hacks/glx/glknots.c:408
#7 xlockmore_draw at ../../../hacks/xlockmore.c:488
#8 run_screenhack_table at ../../hacks/screenhack.c:553
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