various boards' frame buffers (EVB and EV3 in the first instance).
Both are working as far as manual testing of rendered images goes, but
automated testing has shown up a weird problem. This is best illustrated
by looking at the input and golden images for the tests.
(small images for debugging - golden images are generated via - png
encoding an RGB565 image).
There are clear defects in the corner-565.png.
Zooming you see the same defects.
Though doing the direct round trip of an image through an RGB565 gets
back the pixels in a state that you would expect, shown here in the
Here you can see that this image.RGBA converted to an RGB565 and then
png encoded renders correctly: https://play.golang.org/p/bopuF5cLFl
But if the same image is read in via a png decode, it renders
incorrectly (it shows up white here):
Any suggestions about what I'm missing here?
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