List of OpenGL driver workarounds used by Magnum.
Driver workarounds used by a particular app are listed in the engine startup log such as here:
Renderer: GeForce GT 740M/PCIe/SSE2 by NVIDIA Corporation OpenGL version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 390.25 Using optional features: GL_ARB_ES2_compatibility GL_ARB_direct_state_access ... Using driver workarounds: no-forward-compatible-core-context no-layout-qualifiers-on-old-glsl nv-zero-context-profile-mask ...
These identifiers correspond to the strings in the below listing. For debugging and diagnostic purpose it's possible to disable particular workarounds by passing their identifier string to the
--magnum-disable-workarounds command-line option. See Command-line options for more information.
#if defined(CORRADE_TARGET_ANDROID) && defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES) /* glBeginQuery() with GL_TIME_ELAPSED causes a GL_OUT_OF_MEMORY error when running from the Android shell (through ADB). No such error happens in an APK. Detecting using the $SHELL environment variable and disabling GL_EXT_disjoint_timer_query in that case. */ "arm-mali-timer-queries-oom-in-shell", #endif #if !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES) && !defined(CORRADE_TARGET_APPLE) /* Creating core context with specific version on AMD and NV proprietary drivers on Linux/Windows and Intel drivers on Windows causes the context to be forced to given version instead of selecting latest available version */ "no-forward-compatible-core-context", #endif #if !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES) && defined(CORRADE_TARGET_WINDOWS) /* On Windows Intel drivers ARB_shading_language_420pack is exposed in GLSL even though the extension (e.g. binding keyword) is not supported */ "intel-windows-glsl-exposes-unsupported-shading-language-420pack", #endif #ifndef MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES /* Forward-compatible GL contexts on Mesa still report line width range as [1, 7], but setting wide line width fails. According to the specs the max value on forward compatible contexts should be 1.0, so patching it. */ "mesa-forward-compatible-line-width-range", #endif #if !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES2) && defined(CORRADE_TARGET_WINDOWS) /* On Windows NVidia drivers the glTransformFeedbackVaryings() does not make a copy of its char* arguments so it fails at link time when the original char arrays are not in scope anymore. Enabling *synchronous* debug output circumvents this bug. Can be triggered by running TransformFeedbackGLTest with GL_KHR_debug extension disabled. */ "nv-windows-dangling-transform-feedback-varying-names", #endif #ifndef MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES /* Layout qualifier causes compiler error with GLSL 1.20 on Mesa, GLSL 1.30 on NVidia and 1.40 on macOS. Everything is fine when using a newer GLSL version. */ "no-layout-qualifiers-on-old-glsl", /* NVidia drivers (358.16) report compressed block size from internal format query in bits instead of bytes */ "nv-compressed-block-size-in-bits", /* NVidia drivers (358.16) report different compressed image size for cubemaps based on whether the texture is immutable or not and not based on whether I'm querying all faces (ARB_DSA) or a single face (non-DSA, EXT_DSA) */ "nv-cubemap-inconsistent-compressed-image-size", /* NVidia drivers (358.16) return only the first slice of compressed cube map image when querying all six slices using the ARB_DSA API */ "nv-cubemap-broken-full-compressed-image-query", /* NVidia drivers return 0 when asked for GL_CONTEXT_PROFILE_MASK, so it needs to be worked around by asking for GL_ARB_compatibility */ "nv-zero-context-profile-mask", /* (Headless) EGL contexts for desktop GL on NVidia 384 and 390 drivers don't have correct statically linked GL 1.0 and 1.1 functions (such as glGetString()) and one has to retrieve them explicitly using eglGetProcAddress(). Doesn't seem to happen on pre-384 and 396, but it's not possible to get driver version through EGL, so enabling this unconditionally on all EGL NV contexts. */ "nv-egl-incorrect-gl11-function-pointers", #endif #ifndef MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES /* SVGA3D (VMware host GL driver) glDrawArrays() draws nothing when the vertex buffer memory is initialized using glNamedBufferData() from ARB_DSA. Using the non-DSA glBufferData() works. */ "svga3d-broken-dsa-bufferdata", /* SVGA3D does out-of-bound writes in some cases of glGetTexSubImage(), leading to memory corruption on client machines. That's nasty, so the whole ARB_get_texture_sub_image is disabled. */ "svga3d-gettexsubimage-oob-write", #endif /* SVGA3D has broken handling of glTex[ture][Sub]Image*D() for 1D arrays, 2D arrays, 3D textures and cube map textures where it uploads just the first slice in the last dimension. This is only with copies from host memory, not with buffer images. Seems to be fixed in Mesa 13, but I have no such system to verify that on. https://github.com/mesa3d/mesa/commit/2aa9ff0cda1f6ad97c83d5583fab7a84efabe19e */ "svga3d-texture-upload-slice-by-slice", #if defined(CORRADE_TARGET_EMSCRIPTEN) && defined(__EMSCRIPTEN_PTHREADS__) /* Shader sources containing UTF-8 characters are converted to empty strings when running on Emscripten with -s USE_PTHREADS=1. Working around that by replacing all chars > 127 with spaces. Relevant code: https://github.com/kripken/emscripten/blob/7f89560101843198787530731f40a65288f6f15f/src/fetch-worker.js#L54-L58 */ "emscripten-pthreads-broken-unicode-shader-sources", #endif #if defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES) && !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_WEBGL) /* Empty EGL_CONTEXT_FLAGS_KHR cause SwiftShader 18.104.22.168 to fail context creation with EGL_BAD_ATTRIBUTE. Not sending the flags then. Relevant code: https://github.com/google/swiftshader/blob/5fb5e817a20d3e60f29f7338493f922b5ac9d7c4/src/OpenGL/libEGL/libEGL.cpp#L794-L810 */ "swiftshader-no-empty-egl-context-flags", /* SwiftShader 22.214.171.124 crashes deep inside eglMakeCurrent() when using EGL_NO_SURFACE. Supplying a 32x32 PBuffer to work around that. */ "swiftshader-egl-context-needs-pbuffer", #endif #if defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES2) && !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_WEBGL) /* SwiftShader 4.1.0 on ES2 contexts reports GL_ANGLE_instanced_arrays and GL_EXT_instanced_arrays but has no glDrawArraysInstancedANGLE / glDrawArraysInstancedEXT nor glDrawElementsInstancedANGLE / glDrawElementsInstancedEXT entrypoints, only the unsuffixed versions for ES3. OTOH, glVertexAttribDivisor is there for both ANGLE and EXT. Relevant code: https://github.com/google/swiftshader/blob/ad5c2952ca88730c07e04f6f1566194b66860c26/src/OpenGL/libGLESv2/libGLESv2.cpp#L6352-L6357 Disabling the two extensions on ES2 contexts to avoid nullptr crashes. */ "swiftshader-no-es2-draw-instanced-entrypoints", /* SwiftShader 4.1.0 on ES2 contexts reports GL_OES_texture_3D but from all its entrypoints only glTexImage3DOES is present, all others are present only in the ES3 unsuffixed versions. Relevant code: https://github.com/google/swiftshader/blob/ad5c2952ca88730c07e04f6f1566194b66860c26/src/OpenGL/libGLESv2/libGLESv2.cpp#L6504 Disabling the extension on ES2 contexts to avoid nullptr crashes. */ "swiftshader-no-es2-oes-texture-3d-entrypoints", #endif #if defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES) && !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES2) && !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_WEBGL) /* SwiftShader 4.1.0 has special handling for binding buffers to the transform feedback target, requiring an XFB object to be active when a buffer is bound to GL_TRANSFORM_FEEDBACK_BUFFER and ignoring the glBindBuffer() call otherwise. No other driver does that. As a workaround, setting Buffer::TargetHint::TransformFeedback will make it use Buffer::TargetHint::Array instead, as that works okay. */ "swiftshader-broken-xfb-buffer-binding-target", /* SwiftShader 4.1.0 does implement gl_VertexID for ES3 contexts, but in practice it doesn't work, returning a constant value. In order to make this easier to check, there's a dummy MAGNUM_shader_vertex_id extension that's defined on all GL 3.0+ and GLES 3.0+ / WebGL 2+ contexts *except* for SwiftShader. */ "swiftshader-broken-shader-vertex-id", #endif #ifndef MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES /* Even with the DSA variant, where GL_IMPLEMENTATION_COLOR_READ_* is passed to glGetNamedFramebufferParameter(), Mesa complains that the framebuffer is not bound for reading. Relevant code: https://github.com/mesa3d/mesa/blob/212c0c630a849e4737e2808a993d708cbb2f18f7/src/mesa/main/framebuffer.c#L841-L843 Workaround is to explicitly bind the framebuffer for reading. */ "mesa-implementation-color-read-format-dsa-explicit-binding", #endif #if !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES2) && defined(CORRADE_TARGET_WINDOWS) /* Intel drivers on Windows return GL_UNSIGNED_BYTE for *both* GL_IMPLEMENTATION_COLOR_READ_FORMAT and _TYPE when using either glGetNamedFramebufferParameter() or glGetFramebufferParameter(), independently on what's the actual framebuffer format. Using glGetInteger() makes it return GL_RGBA and GL_UNSIGNED_BYTE for RGBA8 framebuffers, and cause an "Error has been generated. GL error GL_INVALID_OPERATION in GetIntegerv: (ID: 2576729458) Generic error" when it is not. Since glGetInteger() is actually able to return a correct value in *one circumstance*, it's preferrable to the other random shit the driver is doing. */ "intel-windows-implementation-color-read-format-completely-broken", #endif #if !defined(MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES) && defined(CORRADE_TARGET_WINDOWS) /* Intel drivers on Windows have some synchronization / memory alignment bug in the DSA glNamedBufferData() when the same buffer is set as an index buffer to a mesh right after or repeatedly. Calling glBindBuffer() right before or after the data upload fixes the issue. Note that this workaround is done only for buffers with TargetHint::ElementArray, as the issue was not observed elsewhere. Reproducible with the 2019.01 ImGui example, unfortunately I was not able to create a standalone minimal repro case. */ "intel-windows-buggy-dsa-bufferdata-for-index-buffers", /* ARB_direct_state_access implementation on Intel Windows drivers has broken *everything* related to cube map textures (but not cube map arrays) -- data upload, data queries, framebuffer attachment, framebuffer copies, all complaining about "Wrong <func> 6 provided for <target> 34067" and similar (GL_TEXTURE_CUBE_MAP is 34067). Using the non-DSA code path as a workaround. */ "intel-windows-broken-dsa-for-cubemaps", /* DSA glBindTextureUnit() on Intel Windows drivers simply doesn't work when passing 0 to it. Non-zero IDs work correctly except for cube maps. Using the non-DSA code path for unbinding and cube maps as a workaround. */ "intel-windows-half-baked-dsa-texture-bind", /* DSA glNamedFramebufferTexture() on Intel Windows drivers doesn't work for layered cube map array attachments. Non-layered or non-array cube map attachment works. Using the non-DSA code path as a workaround. */ "intel-windows-broken-dsa-layered-cubemap-array-framebuffer-attachment", /* DSA glClearNamedFramebuffer*() on Intel Windows drivers doesn't do anything. Using the non-DSA code path as a workaournd. */ "intel-windows-broken-dsa-framebuffer-clear", /* Using DSA glCreateQueries() on Intel Windows drivers breaks glBeginQueryIndexed(). Using the non-DSA glGenQueries() instead makes it work properly. See TransformFeedbackGLTest for a test. */ "intel-windows-broken-dsa-indexed-queries", /* DSA-ified "vertex layout" glVertexArrayAttribIFormat() is broken when passing shorts instead of full 32bit ints. Using the old-style glVertexAttribIPointer() works correctly. No idea if the non-DSA glVertexAttribIFormat() works or not. A test that triggers this issue is in MeshGLTest::addVertexBufferIntWithShort(). */ "intel-windows-broken-dsa-integer-vertex-attributes", #endif #ifndef MAGNUM_TARGET_GLES /* NVidia seems to be returning values for the default framebuffer when GL_IMPLEMENTATION_COLOR_READ_FORMAT and _TYPE is queried using glGetNamedFramebufferParameter(). Using either glGetInteger() or glGetFramebufferParameter() works correctly. */ "nv-implementation-color-read-format-dsa-broken", #endif
Chromium has a similar list: https://cs.chromium.org/chromium/src/gpu/config/gpu_