On 17/05/18 02:56, Chris Wilson wrote:
If the blitter is not available, we cannot use it as a source for dirty
rectangles. We shall have to rely on the other engines to create GPU
dirty instead.

v2: Try using lots of subgroup+fixtures

Signed-off-by: Chris Wilson <ch...@chris-wilson.co.uk>

        TEST_MODE_ITER_BEGIN(t)
+               igt_fixture {
+                       if (t.method == IGT_DRAW_BLT)
+                               gem_require_blitter(drm.fd); > +             }

Put the require inside the subtest so to leave a constant sub-tests list. Unless I got lost in the nested macros ;).

Thanks,
Antonio

                igt_subtest_f("%s-%s-%s-%s-%s-draw-%s",
                              feature_str(t.feature),
                              pipes_str(t.pipes),

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