Hi, I’m using ARB_gpu_shader_fp64 extension on Nvidia (R270.61 on a 460 card), and encountered a problem in accessing elements of dvec arrays:
out vec3 val;
uniform int sel;
dvec3 dary = dvec3(
dvec3(1, 0, 0),
dvec3(0, 1, 0),
dvec3(0, 0, 1));
val = vec3(dary[sel]);
Using a uniform or varying variable as index with the array behaves as if the index was always 0. Constants work OK. Of course, using a vec3 array in stead of dvec3 there works as expected too.
Btw - does anyone know how to submit reports to Nvidia? I’m a registered developer there but the nvdeveloper site seems to be pretty much dead, and none of the mail contacts there work either.
nvdeveloper.nvidia.com -> Report a problem. That’s still active – submitted a report about a month ago and got a response.
However, I see what you see in that they no longer seem to use that site for posting early release drivers.
Do you mean “-> Bug report” there? I’ve tried that one too, some time ago, but never got a reply either
No, says “Report a Problem” here. And I “do” get responses. NVidia’s pretty good about looking into issues if you can give them a simple test program that illustrates the problem.
That’s weird. I can see “Report a problem” on the left side menu, only after clicking on “Software” button in the upper banner. But clicking on the “Report a problem” there gets me a plain page saying “Not ready yet.”
The whole nvdeveloper.nvidia.com site seems as if frozen in 2007, no newer content
Edit: this is what I’m getting for nvdeveloper.nvidia.com
Odd. Try disabling any adblock/noscript/firewalls/filters/etc. you might have enabled.
That said, I run with AdBlock, NoScript, and a number of others and have no problems once I allow scripts on the site. This is with Firefox 3.x or 4.x.
I have only Adblock, disabling it did nothing except showing Nvidia banner. Tried with FF4.x and Chrome 11
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