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Re: [Public WebGL] Proposal: Generate INVALID_VALUE if value >= MAX_TEXTURE_IMAGE_UNITS on uniform1f(v) for samplers



On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 3:13 PM, Gregg Tavares (勤) <gman@google.com> wrote:
> A developer ran into a bug today where their app was working on Linux but
> not Mac and Windows.
>
> The issue was they were calling
>
>    gl.uniform1f(someSamplerLocation, gl.TEXTURE0);
>
> when they should have been calling
>
>    gl.uniform1f(someSamplerLocation, 0);
>
> You could say this is their fault for writing bad code but the thing is
> there are no errors for this condition defined by OpenGL ES or WebGL AFAIK.
>
> It just happens that on Linux calling gl.uniform1f(someSamplerLocation,
> 33984) uses texture unit 0 and on Mac and Windows it does something else.
>
> Given that uniforms are program specific and given that at runtime we know
> whether or not a particular location is a sampler, should we generate an
> INVALID_VALUE
> if the value set for a sampler uniform is greater than or
> MAX_TEXTURE_IMAGE_UNITS?

This sounds good to me.

-Ken

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