Commit 9a8781bd authored by Thomas Fogal's avatar Thomas Fogal Committed by Brian Paul

Add a FAQ about internal buffer sizes.

parent 7085dce7
......@@ -316,6 +316,19 @@ Basically, applying a translation of (0.375, 0.375, 0.0) to your coordinates
will fix the problem.
<h2>3.6 How can I change the maximum framebuffer size in Mesa's
<tt>swrast</tt> backend?</h2>
These can be overridden by using the <tt>--with-max-width</tt> and
<tt>--with-max-height</tt> options. The two need not be equal.
Do note that Mesa uses these values to size some internal buffers,
so increasing these sizes will cause Mesa to require additional
memory. Furthermore, increasing these limits beyond <tt>4096</tt>
may introduce rasterization artifacts; see the leading comments in
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