[OpenJDK 2D-Dev] Graphics2D.fill(Shape) operation always fails with a custom Composite

Phil Race philip.race at oracle.com
Mon Jun 30 17:49:48 UTC 2014

 >  * The bug is related to sun.java2d.pisces.PiscesCache constructor
 >   * that accepts '(int minx,int miny,int maxx,int maxy)' arguments:
 >  * the internal 'bboxX1' and 'bboxY1' are set to values one greater
 > * than given maximum X and Y values.

This code was added in fixing 

It appears this will affect OpenJDK 7, 8 and 9

I have filed https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8048782
so any interested party can pick up that bug and propose a fix ..


On 6/27/2014 1:39 AM, Rami Hänninen wrote:
> Dear OpenJDK 2D developers community.
> I have found a nasty 2D rendering bug in the latest OpenJDK 1.7.60
> version. It probably affects all other OpenJDK versions, too. The bug
> does not appear in OracleJDK, so this is purely an OpenJDK issue.
> I do not know of any other place where to report this issue, so I'm now
> submitting my small test program to this mailing list (attached). The
> test program demonstrates the bug, and also documents my findings in detail.
> I have tracked the bug into 'sun.java2d.pisces.PiscesCache' and
> 'sun.java2d.pipe.AAShapePipe' classes, but I do not understand the
> theory behind the Java rendering pipelines well enough to suggest a
> patch. I think that the problem should be easy to fix for anyone
> familiar with the rendering pipelines and corresponding "tiling" technique.
> I think so because this is a Pure Java issue, it seems to be a simple
> "off by one pixel" kind of error, and because all the other pipe
> implementations except 'AAShapePipe' seem to work, and also because
> corresponding OracleJDK implementation works.
> I also think this is a very relevant bug in general, because in its'
> current state, OpenJDK can't be reliably used for anti-aliased rendering
> that also uses custom Composite implementations. Both of these features
> are absolutely required for any high-quality graphical applications,
> including the one I'm developing. That application is also already in
> widespread international use, and it's a real shame that users now have
> to choose between perfect OracleJDK and crappy OpenJDK results.
> I'm happy to answer questions and provide addition information if
> necessary. I also just joined this mailing list, so I will be monitoring
> any discussion this message may spur.
>    Best regards
>      Rami Hänninen

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