dummy driver obvious DacSpeed fix

Antoine Martin antoine at nagafix.co.uk
Fri Sep 11 07:15:39 PDT 2015


The dummy driver doesn't honour the "DacSpeed" config file option.
It sets a local "maxClock" variable, but doesn't use it.
This fixes it, and allowed me to run tests with resolutions up to

--- a/src/dummy_driver.c
+++ b/src/dummy_driver.c
@@ -391,7 +391,7 @@ DUMMYPreInit(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, int flags)
     clockRanges->next = NULL;
     clockRanges->ClockMulFactor = 1;
     clockRanges->minClock = 11000;   /* guessed ยงยงยง */
-    clockRanges->maxClock = 300000;
+    clockRanges->maxClock = maxClock;
     clockRanges->clockIndex = -1;              /* programmable */
     clockRanges->interlaceAllowed = TRUE;
     clockRanges->doubleScanAllowed = TRUE;

Note: this would change the default from 300000 to 230000 (different
values hardcoded in two places).
To keep the current default, just update the (currently unused) value
defined at the top of the function to read:
int maxClock = 300000;

Please apply. (I would rather avoid the git pull dance for this trivial fix)


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