[Mesa-dev] [PATCH] glsl: Allow ES2 function parameters to be hidden by variable declarations.
eric at anholt.net
Fri Jul 20 16:08:55 UTC 2018
Ian Romanick <idr at freedesktop.org> writes:
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> On 07/18/2018 03:03 PM, Eric Anholt wrote:
>> Ian Romanick <idr at freedesktop.org> writes:
>>> On 07/16/2018 02:46 PM, Eric Anholt wrote:
>>>> This fixes dEQP case:
>>> Are we sure that test is correct? I'm sure I already know the answer,
>>> but does the test contain any justification or spec references? I just
>>> re-read section 4.2 (Scoping) of the ESSL 1.00 spec, and I don't see
>>> anything to support this. Did I miss something?
>>> In fact, the grammar says:
>>> function_prototype compound_statement_no_new_scope
>>> So... I think this test is just wrong.
>> OK, so I'm confused why this test still exists, if people have managed
>> to get conformance on Mesa. I'm on master of VK-GL-CTS, and it's still
>> in the mustpass file:
> There are a huge pile of test lists, and I have never really understood
> the whole mess. There are some that only matter for some kind of
> Android conformance runs. There are some that only matter for Khronos
> conformance runs. And there are some that don't seem to matter for
> anything at all.
>> I don't see anything that would exclude the test -- there's
>> gles2-driver-issues.txt, but that appears to only be used to exclude
>> tests from AOSP DEQP usage.
>> Could whoever on the Intel side submitted a conformance package for Mesa
>> send me a copy? I haven't been able to find it on the Khronos site, and
>> I suspect it would help me understand how to achieve conformance with
>> is another one that fails on Mesa with i965, and seems to have been in
>> the testsuite forever.
> When we do conformance submissions, we don't run off master. We use
> whatever is tip of the per-API release branch. We then do the
> "official" run using 'cd external/openglcts/modules; ./cts-runner
> --type=<api-version>'. I haven't pulled any of the repos since last
> year, so this information may be out of date.
I'm still doing my current run (3 days in) off of master. I'll swap to
the release branch next. Still, since I can't find any delta in the
release branch that would exclude these tests, I would really, really
like to see someone's conformance package for GLES on Mesa.
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