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Description of problem:
When drawing solid-color circles made using GL_TRIANGLE_FAN,
one of the triangle segments is occasionally not drawn.
It may occur in cases other than a solid-color triangle fan;
I have not tested it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Compile and run the attached test app on a Radeon display.
Actual Results: The GLUT test program repeatedly draws a solid green filled circle
with a trangle fan. Intermittently, one of the triangle segments is
Expected Results: A filled, solid green circle, with no dropouts.
The problem disappears if run without DRI. The position of the
dropped triangle migrates in a defined way, suggesting it may be a problem that
results from the positon of the vertex or triangle
in some internal buffer.
Created attachment 90874 [details]
Draws a filled green circle using GLUT.
Created attachment 90875 [details]
XFree86 log file
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