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A leader character covered with multiple small black squares
See the attached picture.
I'm not sure if the problem is related to bug 108111 so I prefer opening a new one. If both are related to a LLVM regression it's possible we'll be able to close both.
OpenGL renderer string: AMD Radeon (TM) RX 480 Graphics (POLARIS10, DRM 3.23.0, 4.15.0-34-generic, LLVM 7.0.0)
OpenGL core profile version string: 4.5 (Core Profile) Mesa 18.2.1 - padoka PPA
This is actually another issue than bug 108111: I upgraded from Mesa 18.2.1 to 18.2.2. bug 108111 is fixed, but the characters are still displayed with these small black squares.
I couldn't reproduce. Do you think you could get an apitrace  of the problem?
Also if you were able to test 18.3 that would be great too.
It's also possible this is another example of bug #104602
I'm not sure for bug 104602 as everything else renders correctly.
I installed a fresh version of Ubuntu 18.04 on a specific disk and added padoka unstable ppa for mesa. I got this version:
And the bug is still present. I also installed Ubuntu 18.10 (kernel 4.18), used the stock mesa (18.2.2), and the bug was there too.
I have two concerns about apitrace:
1. the apitrace file will be full of copyrighted assets. Isn't there a legal risk to share such a file on the Internet?
2. Civilization is a huge game and I'm afraid the apitrace file will be huge too (I need to reach the Leader screen before stopping the recording). What is the best way to share huge apitrace files with Mesa developers?
Maybe I could also enable some kind of error logging, or a dump of compiled shaders? By the way, the rendering level for Leaders is set to "low".
I'm back on my daily installation, with Mesa 18.2.3. In case in can help, here are my LLVM versions:
ii libllvm6.0:amd64 1:6.0-1ubuntu2 amd64 Modular compiler and toolchain technologies, runtime library
ii libllvm6.0:i386 1:6.0-1ubuntu2 i386 Modular compiler and toolchain technologies, runtime library
ii libllvm7:amd64 1:7-2~oibaf~b amd64 Modular compiler and toolchain technologies, runtime library
ii libllvm7:i386 1:7-2~oibaf~b i386 Modular compiler and toolchain technologies, runtime library
Possibly related to bug 104602. Can you try the workaround from that bug report.
To be clear. Can you right click on the game in steam, select properties.
Then click 'Set Launch Options'. In here add: R600_DEBUG=nir %command%
Click ok, and close the properties window. Then launch the game.
If I read this right Civilization VI in an OpenGL game?
Without shifting the focus to much have anyone maybe set EQAA filtering?
I've found an EQAA regression with TGSI and NIR running DiRT Rally on our Polaris 20.
unset EQAA helps, here.
I've did some testing for Marek and Nicolai in April/May/June 2018 and have now to bisect.
I started both Steam and the game with R600_DEBUG=nir, it has no effect on the bug.
Graphics settings are all either "Low" or "Disabled", with the exception of v-sync. This includes anti-aliasing (thus no EQAA).
My system was slightly upgraded to kernel 4.20 and Mesa 18.3.3 (the bug is still here and looks the same).
Do you think you can test git master now that this fix  has landed?
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