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Re: [Public WebGL] Defining GLintptr and GLsizeiptr as long long is incompatible with GLES2 on 32-bit systems



On 13-09-02 11:12 AM, Boris Zbarsky wrote:
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> On 9/2/13 10:46 AM, Benoit Jacob wrote:
>> My bad, the typed arrays spec actually says that the byteLength of an
>> ArrayBuffer is unsigned long, so the above example is wrong.
>
> ECMA-262 is changing that, for what it's worth, precisely to allow
> ArrayBuffers larger than 4GB.

That's great to hear, I was going to suggest that the current state of
the typed arrays spec looks like a bug, as we shouldn't hardcode 32bit
architecture into the web platform.

Benoit

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> -Boris
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