Problem with driver 340 and shader buffer load extension

Hi,

I’ve got a problem with the driver after 337.88 when I use bindless data in a shader that don’t use it.
I get a crash in glGetError which is called just after glLinkProgram.

The shader is (it’s a generated shader by a tool):

struct A
{
   ...
};

struct B
{
    ...
};

struct MyData
{
    A* data1;
    B* data2;
};

layout(location = 0) in  vec4 inColor;
layout(location = 0) out  vec4 outColor;
layout(location = 1) uniform MyData* data;
void main()
{
    A* pData1 = data->data1;
    B* pData2 = data->data2;
    outColor = inColor;
}

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Thanks for answering.

  1. Windows 7 Pro SP1, 64 bits
  2. GeForce GTX 770
  3. 335.23
  4. In the zip file attached
  5. In the zip file attached
  6. In the two shaders, there's a commented define NO_CRASH_COMPILATION, uncommented it with 337.88 drivers and it will crash.
  7. With 335.23 drivers the two version (commented and uncommented) compile and link just fine

Thanks
TestDriver.7z (14.3 KB)

Thanks a lot!
I filed a bug report with your information for the OpenGL driver team to look at it.

Any news?

Yes, the bug has been fixed internally beginning of December, but I can’t see from the bugreport information which driver releases finally receive(d) the fix after integration. I can only recommend to retest with newer driver versions at this time.

Hi,

I’ve tried the last driver (347.09), the problem is still there. Do you have any idea a patch will be available?

Hi,

The bug is solved with the last version of the driver (352.86), thanks :).