[Mesa-dev] [Bug 90397] ARB_program_interface_query: glGetProgramResourceiv() returns wrong value for GL_REFERENCED_BY_*_SHADER prop for GL_UNIFORM for members of an interface block with an instance name

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Mon May 18 03:27:43 PDT 2015


--- Comment #7 from Tapani Pälli <lemody at gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Samuel Iglesias from comment #6)
> (In reply to Tapani Pälli from comment #5)
> > (In reply to Samuel Iglesias from comment #4)
> > > I understand that this is referring to uniform/buffer variables but not
> > > uniform/shader-storage blocks, but I might be wrong.
> > > 
> > > I would like to have your opinion regarding if it is valid or not spec-wise.
> > > What do you think?
> > > 
> > > P.S: Attached to this, it's the patch that fixes this case.
> > 
> > I'm somewhat surprised if this rule is not be common for all resources. The
> > text in OpenGL Core 4.5 says (right below function declaration):
> > 
> > "If name exactly matches the name string of one of the active resources for
> > programInterface, the index of the matched resource is returned.
> > Additionally, if
> > name would exactly match the name string of an active resource if "[0]" were
> > appended to name, the index of the matched resource is returned. Otherwise,
> > name
> > is considered not to be the name of an active resource, and INVALID_INDEX is
> > returned.
> > 
> > Note that if an interface enumerates a single active resource list entry for
> > an array variable (e.g., "a[0]"), a name identifying any array element other
> > than the first (e.g., "a[1]") is not considered to match."
> > 
> > Just to make sure I understand correctly, when querying the index for
> > fs_array_uniform_block[{1,2,3}] you are giving GL_UNIFORM as the interface?
> Nope, the interface type is GL_UNIFORM_BLOCK.
> Let me recapitulate, simplifying what I wrote:
> * I am querying the index for a <programInterface> equals to
> GL_UNIFORM_BLOCK and for the following names ->
> fs_array_uniform_block[{1,2,3}].
> * The OpenGL Core 4.5 spec snippet you pasted says the same than the
> ARB_program_interface_query extension spec.

Right, I just wanted to highlight this again as this explicitly states the rule
and does not state that it would be valid only for some resource types. IMO it
covers them all.

> * As I said, NVIDIA doesn't give any error. Mesa returns INVALID_INDEX
> because of valid_program_resource_index_name() function as, for each name,
> the array index included in the name is not zero (in the example, they are
> 1, 2 and 3).

Could you attach or link to the modified Piglit test case? I'm wondering a bit
if glGetProgramResourceName returns the name with array index and if so, why.

> * I have doubts about what to do in this case, spec-wise.
> I hope this is clearer now :-)


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