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EmuCR: PCSX2PCSX2 Git (2016/09/27) is compiled. PCSX2 is an open source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator for the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. With the most recent versions, many PS2 games are playable (although speed limitations have made play-to-completion tests for many games impractical), and several games are claimed to have full functionality.

PCSX2 Git Changelog:
* Merge pull request #1550 from PCSX2/gsdx-dual-context-clut
gsdx state: TEX0 write behavior might depends on the context
* gsdx state: TEX0 write behavior might depends on the context
Game: harley davidson
* write tex0 ctx0
* write tex0 ctx1
* draw ctx 0
Previous GSdx behavior will load the clut every write of TEX0. In the
above case the draw will take the wrong clut.
To be honest, it could be a wrong emulation on the EE core emulation.
The hardware likely got a single clut (1KB cache is quite expensive)
So clut loading must be skipped if the context is wrong.
Next draw will use the ctx1 clut so I apply TEX0 when the context is switched
Please test harley davidson :)
v2: detect context switch from UpdateContext function
V3: always set m_env.CTXT[i].offset.tex, avoid crash (Thanks to FlatOutPS2 that spot the issue)
V4: move bad psm correction code (rebase put it in the wrong place)
* gsdx HW: use after free crash
Free bt
3 0xe676d194 in ~Source ../plugins/GSdx/GSTextureCache.cpp:1526
4 0xe676d194 in GSTextureCache::SourceMap::RemoveAt(GSTextureCache::Source*) ../plugins/GSdx/GSTextureCache.cpp:1990
5 0xe676f0fe in GSTextureCache::IncAge() ../plugins/GSdx/GSTextureCache.cpp:1022
Use bt
0 0xe6772a83 in GSTextureCache::LookupSource(GIFRegTEX0 const&, GIFRegTEXA const&, GSVector4i const&) ../plugins/GSdx/GSTextureCache.cpp:204
1 0xe66b0c9f in GSRendererHW::Draw() ../plugins/GSdx/GSRendererHW.cpp:579
2 0xe66fb43e in GSState::FlushPrim() ../plugins/GSdx/GSState.cpp:1509
Hypothesis the m_map array of list contains an invalid pointer
It is populated GSTextureCache::SourceMap::Add based on the coverage. The coverage is based on the offset.
So offset is potentially wrong. As mipmap code hack the offset value. It would be a nice culprit.
This commit avoids a potential bad transition between MIPMAP (which
overwrite the "offset") and the base layer (which wrongly keep an old "offset")
Conclusion, pray for my soul as it is very hard to reproduce
* gsdx: size doesn't count but 0.625 might change your life :p

Download: PCSX2 Git (2016/09/27)
Source: Here

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