GLSL came from OpenGL
However using GLSL in Vulkan is slightly different from OpenGL, I guess.
I am new to GLSL
Originally, GLSL looks having several built-in variables
Also, GLSL has several important keywords or concepts such as
uniform block layout (uniform buffer object)
and so on…
I want a good manual or textbook explaining
concepts and grammar above
and how to program Vulkan source codes with this GLSL grammar
I will really appreciate if you can help me
Thank you again, Sascha
I just read briefly the web page you recommended
I found GLSL in Vulkan is different, which I guessed
It is very hard and messy to study Vulkan for me who didn’t even learn OpenGL
There is no universally good book nor lectures(on-line, paid) for Vulkan
So have a nice day and Thanks, Sascha
It should also be noted that, while vulkan_glsl does change a lot about GLSL, it’s mostly about how resources map to different concepts in the language. Most of GLSL is untouched by Vulkan. So most GLSL resources still apply, so long as you keep the KHR_vulkan_glsl changes in mind (basically ignore anything about how a resource like a
uniform buffer or
sampler2d or whatever connects to the outside world).
Oh, mostly I understand
I will read the web link above again
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