On 2018-04-11 04:48 AM, Michel Dänzer wrote:
On 2018-04-10 08:02 PM, Leo Li wrote:
On 2018-04-09 11:03 AM, Michel Dänzer wrote:
On 2018-03-26 10:00 PM, sunpeng...@amd.com wrote:
From: "Leo (Sunpeng) Li" <sunpeng...@amd.com>

The functions insert into the output resource creation, and property
change functions. CRTC destroy is also hooked-up for proper cleanup of
the CRTC property list.

Signed-off-by: Leo (Sunpeng) Li <sunpeng...@amd.com>


@@ -1933,6 +1933,9 @@ static void
drmmode_output_create_resources(xf86OutputPtr output)
+    if (output->crtc)
+        drmmode_crtc_create_resources(output->crtc, output);

output->crtc is only non-NULL here for outputs which are enabled at Xorg
startup; other outputs won't have the new properties.

Is it necessary to have the CRTC properties on a output if the CRTC is
disabled for that output?

The set of properties exposed by an output should be constant throughout
its lifetime.

I see.

I'm not sure what the standard is for listing 'disabled' properties like
this. What do clients expect? Should the properties be configured as 0
and immutable until a valid CRTC is attached?

This would mean that DDX has to know the list of available CRTC
properties before a CRTC is available. I guess we can hard-code a list
of expected properties from kernel DRM, if that's not of concern. And if
they don't exist because of version differences, we can just leave them

I've tested hot-plugging with this, and the properties do initialize on

I suspect you were testing something like DP MST, where the output is
created dynamically on hot-plug. For "static" outputs such as
DVI/HDMI/VGA/LVDS (and "normal" (e)DP), drmmode_output_create_resources
is only called once during Xorg initialization, and output->crtc is NULL
at that point unless the output is enabled from the beginning (which is
only the case if either the output is connected at that point, or is
explicitly configured in xorg.conf to be on).

Yep, I was using a DP... This definitely should be fixed.


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