currently working on the OMAP3530 processor on EVM Board with WinCE 6.0 R2 and
we are using BSP 6.10 from Bsquare.
would like to use PvrTune to check some performance issues with OGLES but
according to Imagination Technologies OGLES driver version
included in your last BSP are to old to work with the PVRTune that they
provided to us. Moreover Imagination Technologies told us that PVRScopeServices.dll must be
included as a driver in your BSP to make work PVRTune.
got any idea about this problem ? Did you plan to release a BSP including SDK
v2.4 and a DDK v1.4 ? On your latest BSP 6.13, OGLES driver are not the latest
(SDK v2.3 and DDK 1.3).
2. We want
to use VertexBufferObject but we noticed a big decrease of FPS using VBO (on
BSP 6.10 and 6.12.04) whereas Imgagination told us that it should be quicker
after the VBO has been allaocated and used on several frames. Can you confirm
that it is a problem on this platform with this BSP version (6.12.04) ? In
this case have you planned to optimize it ?
Thanks for your answers.
As you correctly pointed out BSP 6.13 is using older version of graphics SDK and DDK. We are aware of this and are planning to migrate to latest DDK version 1.5 - this porting effort will start soon but we don't have target release defined yet. We will also verify VBO performance in the new port.
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