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RE: [Public WebGL] consult on the webgl conformance test case

OK. Maybe I misunderstanding the ANGLE before.  

So do you mean this is an issue in browser side(chromium or webkit) instead of our 3D driver mesa’s issue, is it?  And in this case it still may be related to the spec or the test case.



Best regards


From: Mark Callow [mailto:callow_mark@hicorp.co.jp]
Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2012 3:21 PM
To: Zhao, Jian J
Cc: public_webgl@khronos.org; Kenneth Russell
Subject: Re: [Public WebGL] consult on the webgl conformance test case


My point is that the GLSL or GLSL ES compilers should not be enforcing WebGL-only restrictions.

I believe both Firefox and Chrome use the ANGLE shader validator everywhere, even on Linux. (The validator is separate from the OpenGL ES 2 on D3D feature of ANGLE.) Regardless, enforcing such restrictions is a matter for the WebGL implementation not the underlying OpenGL {,ES} implementation. Though given the non-existence of OpenGL conformance tests, it is a moot point.



On 05/01/2012 15:55, Zhao, Jian J wrote:

Hi Mark,

 Thanks for your info.

 But I am testing on Linux which should not touch ANGLE any I think.