I started porting Canvas3D tests over to WebGL this morning (apparently insomnia helps.) I've been intending to do that since the summer, but never really got started. Better late than never, eh.
I've been testing the Firefox implementation. If there's a way to test WebKit's WebGL on Linux, I'd be most interested in hearing that.
The Firefox implementation has changed somewhat from the last time I worked on it, so I found some new bugs too :) BindFramebuffer is checking its argument against wrong constants, Tex[Sub]Image2D is quite broken for non-image arguments and some functions don't bork on bad data. Plus a fuzzer segfault and an on-exit segfault (didn't trace those yet.)
I still have around half the existing tests to port... Something to do this afternoon.
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- ► 2010 (94)
- WebGL cubes
- Product Activation, once again
- Canvas-generated hexa background
- Metatunnel WebGL now works on WebKit as well
- Done with canvas3d-tests WebGL port
- Started porting Canvas3D tests to WebGL
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- How I lost 6 kilos in six months
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- Built art installations, web sites, graphics libraries, web browsers, mobile apps, desktop apps, media player themes, many nutty prototypes, much bad code, much bad art.Have freelanced for Verizon, Google, Mozilla, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Valve Software, TDK Electronics.Ex-Chrome Developer Relations.
- Filezoo - Minimalistic zoomable file manager
- Missile Fleet - A game written with Cake.js
- Gitbug - In-repo bug tracker for Git
- Prelude.ml - OCaml stdlib replacement with a Haskellish flavour
- Metadata - File metadata extraction tool and Ruby library
- Thumbnailer - File thumbnailing tool and Ruby library
- Random canvas demos