We know libxenon sets graphics modes by writing a complete Ana dump to Ana memory and writing some values to the GPU registers. The registers affected and the information that gets written is the following:
total_width, hsync_offset, real_active_width, total_height, vsync_offset, active_height, width, height, is_progressive = 0 for non progressive modes, 1 for progressive modes. rgb = 1, only declared on the modes used through VGA. composite_sync=1, only declared on the PAL/NTSC non progressive modes. interlace_factor is set to 1 when mode is progressive and 2 when it is not. FB_BASE is a constant for the framebuffer base address on libxenon, but we get different addresses on the GPU dumps.
These are the addresses that get that variables written at some stage of the initialization, in the order libxenon write them. I have take out the addresses that get fixed values written. As you can see, some addresses get written more than one time on the initialization process. Following are the values of the GPU dumps we currently own. We need to find a way to know if these dumps are valid as some values differ drastically from what we can read on libxenon's xenos.c and, if they are valid, why the are not the values expected.
0x6000, mode->total_width - 1 1024x768: 0x0000053f 1280x1024: 0x00000697 1280x720: 0x00000671 1920x1080: 0x0000081f 0x6010, mode->total_height - 1 1024x768: 0x00000325 1280x1024: 0x00000429 1280x720: 0x000002ed 1920x1080: 0x00000456 0x6004, (mode->hsync_offset << 16) | (mode->real_active_width + mode->hsync_offset) 1024x768: 0x00eb04eb 1280x1024: 0x01250625 1280x720: 0x00c705c7 1920x1080: 0x002d07ad 0x6014, (mode->vsync_offset << 16) | (mode->active_height * interlace_factor + mode->vsync_offset) 1024x768: 0x00230323 1280x1024: 0x00290429 1280x720: 0x001902e9 1920x1080: 0x001c0454 0x6030, mode->is_progressive ? 0 : 1 It is 0x00000000 on all the dumps. 0x6120, mode->width This address gets rewritten later. 0x6134, mode->width 1024x768: 0x000003c0 1280x1024: 0x000003c0 1280x720: 0x00000500 1920x1080: 0x00000360 0x6138, mode->active_height * interlace_factor This address gets rewritten later. 0x6110, FB_BASE 1024x768: 0x1f78e000 1280x1024: 0x1f78e000 1280x720: 0x1f6a8000 1920x1080: 0x01c5b000 0x6120, mode->width 1024x768: 0x000003c0 1280x1024: 0x000003c0 1280x720: 0x00000500 1920x1080: 0x00000360 0x2840, FB_BASE 0x2844, mode->width I don't know what hardware is in charge on this memory addresses 0x6584, (mode->width << 16) | (mode->active_height * interlace_factor) This address gets rewritten later. 0x65e8, (mode->width >> 2) - 1 This address gets rewritten later. 0x6528, mode->is_progressive ? 0 : 1 It is 0x00000000 on all the dumps. 0x6584, (mode->width << 16) | (mode->height * interlace_factor) 1024x768: 0x040002d0 1280x1024: 0x040002d0 1280x720: 0x050002d0 1920x1080: 0x035401e0 0x65e8, (mode->width / 4) - 1 1024x768: 0x000000ff 1280x1024: 0x000000ff 1280x720: 0x0000013f 1920x1080: 0x000000d4 0x6434, mode->width It is 0x00000000 in all dumps (!?) 0x6138, mode->height * interlace_factor 1024x768: 0x000002d0 1280x1024: 0x000002d0 1280x720: 0x000002d0 1920x1080: 0x000001e0