Faulty generated OpenGL Shader keyword fails "silently"

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William Candillon

May 28, 2024, 8:18:14 AMMay 28
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Hello team, 

Here with WebGL the error is clear and this how we were able to fix it immediately.
However the error is not really thrown by Skia but rather WebGL.
So on Android for instance, the runtime effect factory returns non-null and no text error.

On Metal, such SKSL works as expected.

Here it looks like something could be consolidated here? Let me know your thoughts here.

Kind regards,


John Stiles

May 28, 2024, 8:33:03 AMMay 28
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I'll take a look today and sort it out. Thanks for letting me know. 

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John Stiles

May 28, 2024, 11:20:46 AMMay 28
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Interesting; the word "filter" was added as a reserved word in OpenGL ES3. SkSL does enforce the ES2 reserved-word list, but the spec added additional reserved words in later versions of the standard.

That's a good catch. For now, the simple fix is to avoid using reserved words in a shader; I will look at expanding our reserved-word list to encompass the latest standards in a future Skia milestone. 
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