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[Public WebGL] specifying the allowed character range for extension strings


I can't see anywhere in the spec mentioning this, but it seems clear that extension strings must match


right? In particular they must be in the 7-bit ASCII range.

Do you agree that this should be mentioned in the spec in 5.14.14 "Detecting and enabling extensions" ?

What should be the behavior of getExtension in presence of illegal characters: generate INVALID_VALUE in addition to returning null?

Notice that that isn't just an abstract issue as getExtension has to do a case-insensitive comparison and so it has to do a nontrivial operation on this input, so it is important to limit the allowed range of that input.


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