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From: Gabriel Gambetta
To: SDL Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2006 00:39:29 -0200 Subject: [SDL] Alpha blending bug - fixed? It turns out mm5 never got the correct value. This failed : [...] "movd %1, %%mm5\n\t" : : "m" (amask), "m" (sf->Ashift) ); mm5 got 0xFF000018 instead of 0x00000018. However I did this : Uint32 ashift = sf->Ashift; [...] "movd %1, %%mm5\n\t" : : "m" (amask), "m" (ashift) ); and everything worked fine. The only thing I could find out was that ashift is 32-bit aligned but sf->Ashift isn't: printf("ashift %8X [%d]\n", &ashift, (int)(&ashift) % 4); printf("sf->Ashift %8X [%d]\n", &sf->Ashift, (int)(&sf->Ashift) % 4); ashift at BFF0E0C4  sf->Ashift at 08AFB9CD  Could this be the problem? If it is, the fix is extremely trivial. Should I submit a patch? --Gabriel
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