Important! There were bugs in the first test, and it also didn't test the max framebuffer size. I've updated it. If you tested before page 2 of the posts, please re-run the test, re-vote, and re-post.
As suggested by Jasoco, I think there needs to be a survey on how many people support what features. I've devised a test .love to make this easy. This is the
features it detects:
- Framebuffer support.
- Non-Po2 framebuffer support.
- Non-Po2 image support.
- Maximum Po2 framebuffer size.
- Maximum power of 3 (non-Po2) framebuffer size.
The first two it will detect automatically, it'll need some help for the third one. If you see a red square, just press 'y'; if not, press 'n'. Then press space to test the framebuffer size. These instructions are in the .love file anyway. Once done, please pick what "You Support: ..." text up the top-left says in the poll above. If you could post your results (what you support, the framebuffer sizes). It'd also be great if you post your machine's specs as well.
My personal results:
Framebuffers, Non-Po2 framebuffers, Non-Po2 Images
Framebuffers up to the size of 4096 x 4096
Po3 framebuffers up to the size of 2187 x 2187
Machine: MacBook Pro 2,1 with Mac OS X 10.6.7
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2 Ghz
Memory: 2 GB DDR2
Graphics: 64 MB shared. GMA 950 chipset.