Merge remote-tracking branch 'aosp/upstream-master' into update-shaderc

Includes:
807a0d9 Merge pull request #640 from chaoc/modify-shader-ballot
f48faec PP: Non-functional: Make a proper class out of the atom <-> string mapping.
f200da8 Modify shader ballot extension by adding OpSubgroupReadInvocationKHR
224b1f7 PP: Support operator creation with token pasting.
0c4b7c9 PP: Rationalize names of tokens.
2dcdda9 Merge pull request #641 from chaoc/passthrough
906b0a3 Merge pull request #644 from hrydgard/override-warning-fixes
9a931b3 Fix a large number of warnings about inconsistent usage of 'override' produced by clang
907aabb PP: Non-functional: Only use string <-> atom mapping when needed.
54af2de PP: Non-functional: rationalize TPpToken.
1fbb9c1 PP: Non-functional: clean up, simplify, completely identical operation.
6e5acae Add support for SPV_NV_geometry_shader_passthrough
3c264ce Merge pull request #639 from hrydgard/master
7a21a11 Merge pull request #638 from chaoc/master
b8387c8 PP: Non-functional: Remove custom allocator and related improvements.
868746a Add option to make it possible not to build the executables
bfff871 PP: Add missing i64val code.
0ad6a4e Add support for SPV_NV_sample_mask_override_coverage
7583ed7 Merge remote-tracking branch 'refs/remotes/KhronosGroup/master'
432576f Build: Fix #633, add missing overrides.
0955b1c Merge pull request #637 from KhronosGroup/token-paste
e6cbc5b Merge pull request #624 from steve-lunarg/remapper-strip-removed
4ba444b Merge pull request #635 from steve-lunarg/sample-fix-2
059d46e Merge pull request #625 from jbeich/gcc6
d485e0b PP: Implement token pasting for PP identifiers.
a64ed3e HLSL: allow "sample" in expressions.
abf5057 Fix comment typo.
1e275c8 HLSL: More robust handling of bad shader input, catching a few more things.
dca93d6 Merge pull request #629 from null77/fix-unicode
cebd97e Change unicode dash to ASCII.
95abd28 Merge pull request #628 from null77/fix-cast-warn
3ec327c Fix size_t to int cast warnings.
297754c Remapper: remove debug info for IDs stripped in other passes
1bcb254 Add missing header and drop duplicate one

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README.md

Also see the Khronos landing page for glslang as a reference front end:

https://www.khronos.org/opengles/sdk/tools/Reference-Compiler/

The above page includes where to get binaries, and is kept up to date regarding the feature level of glslang.

glslang

Build Status Build status

An OpenGL and OpenGL ES shader front end and validator.

There are several components:

  1. A GLSL/ESSL front-end for reference validation and translation of GLSL/ESSL into an AST.

  2. An HLSL front-end for translation of a broad generic HLL into the AST.

  3. A SPIR-V back end for translating the AST to SPIR-V.

  4. A standalone wrapper, glslangValidator, that can be used as a command-line tool for the above.

How to add a feature protected by a version/extension/stage/profile: See the comment in glslang/MachineIndependent/Versions.cpp.

Tasks waiting to be done are documented as GitHub issues.

Execution of Standalone Wrapper

To use the standalone binary form, execute glslangValidator, and it will print a usage statement. Basic operation is to give it a file containing a shader, and it will print out warnings/errors and optionally an AST.

The applied stage-specific rules are based on the file extension:

  • .vert for a vertex shader
  • .tesc for a tessellation control shader
  • .tese for a tessellation evaluation shader
  • .geom for a geometry shader
  • .frag for a fragment shader
  • .comp for a compute shader

There is also a non-shader extension

  • .conf for a configuration file of limits, see usage statement for example

Building

Dependencies

  • CMake: for generating compilation targets.
  • bison: optional, but needed when changing the grammar (glslang.y).
  • googletest: optional, but should use if making any changes to glslang.

Build steps

1) Check-Out this project

cd <parent of where you want glslang to be>
# If using SSH
git clone git@github.com:KhronosGroup/glslang.git
# Or if using HTTPS
git clone https://github.com/KhronosGroup/glslang.git

2) Check-Out External Projects

cd <the directory glslang was cloned to, "External" will be a subdirectory>
git clone https://github.com/google/googletest.git External/googletest

3) Configure

Assume the source directory is $SOURCE_DIR and the build directory is $BUILD_DIR:

For building on Linux (assuming using the Ninja generator):

cd $BUILD_DIR

cmake -GNinja -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE={Debug|Release|RelWithDebInfo} \
      -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`pwd`/install $SOURCE_DIR

For building on Windows:

cmake $SOURCE_DIR -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`pwd`/install
# The CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX part is for testing (explained later).

The CMake GUI also works for Windows (version 3.4.1 tested).

4) Build and Install

# for Linux:
ninja install

# for Windows:
cmake --build . --config {Release|Debug|MinSizeRel|RelWithDebInfo} \
      --target install

If using MSVC, after running CMake to configure, use the Configuration Manager to check the INSTALL project.

If you need to change the GLSL grammar

The grammar in glslang/MachineIndependent/glslang.y has to be recompiled with bison if it changes, the output files are committed to the repo to avoid every developer needing to have bison configured to compile the project when grammar changes are quite infrequent. For windows you can get binaries from GnuWin32.

The command to rebuild is:

bison --defines=MachineIndependent/glslang_tab.cpp.h
      -t MachineIndependent/glslang.y
      -o MachineIndependent/glslang_tab.cpp

The above command is also available in the bash script at glslang/updateGrammar.

Testing

Right now, there are two test harnesses existing in glslang: one is Google Test, one is the runtests script. The former runs unit tests and single-shader single-threaded integration tests, while the latter runs multiple-shader linking tests and multi-threaded tests.

Running tests

The runtests script requires compiled binaries to be installed into $BUILD_DIR/install. Please make sure you have supplied the correct configuration to CMake (using -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX) when building; otherwise, you may want to modify the path in the runtests script.

Running Google Test-backed tests:

cd $BUILD_DIR

# for Linux:
ctest

# for Windows:
ctest -C {Debug|Release|RelWithDebInfo|MinSizeRel}

# or, run the test binary directly
# (which gives more fine-grained control like filtering):
<dir-to-glslangtests-in-build-dir>/glslangtests

Running runtests script-backed tests:

cd $SOURCE_DIR/Test && ./runtests

Contributing tests

Test results should always be included with a pull request that modifies functionality.

If you are writing unit tests, please use the Google Test framework and place the tests under the gtests/ directory.

Integration tests are placed in the Test/ directory. It contains test input and a subdirectory baseResults/ that contains the expected results of the tests. Both the tests and baseResults/ are under source-code control.

Google Test runs those integration tests by reading the test input, compiling them, and then compare against the expected results in baseResults/. The integration tests to run via Google Test is registered in various gtests/*.FromFile.cpp source files. glslangtests provides a command-line option --update-mode, which, if supplied, will overwrite the golden files under the baseResults/ directory with real output from that invocation. For more information, please check gtests/ directory's README.

For the runtests script, it will generate current results in the localResults/ directory and diff them against the baseResults/. When you want to update the tracked test results, they need to be copied from localResults/ to baseResults/. This can be done by the bump shell script.

You can add your own private list of tests, not tracked publicly, by using localtestlist to list non-tracked tests. This is automatically read by runtests and included in the diff and bump process.

Programmatic Interfaces

Another piece of software can programmatically translate shaders to an AST using one of two different interfaces:

  • A new C++ class-oriented interface, or
  • The original C functional interface

The main() in StandAlone/StandAlone.cpp shows examples using both styles.

C++ Class Interface (new, preferred)

This interface is in roughly the last 1/3 of ShaderLang.h. It is in the glslang namespace and contains the following.

const char* GetEsslVersionString();
const char* GetGlslVersionString();
bool InitializeProcess();
void FinalizeProcess();

class TShader
    bool parse(...);
    void setStrings(...);
    const char* getInfoLog();

class TProgram
    void addShader(...);
    bool link(...);
    const char* getInfoLog();
    Reflection queries

See ShaderLang.h and the usage of it in StandAlone/StandAlone.cpp for more details.

C Functional Interface (orignal)

This interface is in roughly the first 2/3 of ShaderLang.h, and referred to as the Sh*() interface, as all the entry points start Sh.

The Sh*() interface takes a “compiler” call-back object, which it calls after building call back that is passed the AST and can then execute a backend on it.

The following is a simplified resulting run-time call stack:

ShCompile(shader, compiler) -> compiler(AST) -> <back end>

In practice, ShCompile() takes shader strings, default version, and warning/error and other options for controlling compilation.

Basic Internal Operation

  • Initial lexical analysis is done by the preprocessor in MachineIndependent/Preprocessor, and then refined by a GLSL scanner in MachineIndependent/Scan.cpp. There is currently no use of flex.

  • Code is parsed using bison on MachineIndependent/glslang.y with the aid of a symbol table and an AST. The symbol table is not passed on to the back-end; the intermediate representation stands on its own. The tree is built by the grammar productions, many of which are offloaded into ParseHelper.cpp, and by Intermediate.cpp.

  • The intermediate representation is very high-level, and represented as an in-memory tree. This serves to lose no information from the original program, and to have efficient transfer of the result from parsing to the back-end. In the AST, constants are propogated and folded, and a very small amount of dead code is eliminated.

    To aid linking and reflection, the last top-level branch in the AST lists all global symbols.

  • The primary algorithm of the back-end compiler is to traverse the tree (high-level intermediate representation), and create an internal object code representation. There is an example of how to do this in MachineIndependent/intermOut.cpp.

  • Reduction of the tree to a linear byte-code style low-level intermediate representation is likely a good way to generate fully optimized code.

  • There is currently some dead old-style linker-type code still lying around.

  • Memory pool: parsing uses types derived from C++ std types, using a custom allocator that puts them in a memory pool. This makes allocation of individual container/contents just few cycles and deallocation free. This pool is popped after the AST is made and processed.

    The use is simple: if you are going to call new, there are three cases:

    • the object comes from the pool (its base class has the macro POOL_ALLOCATOR_NEW_DELETE in it) and you do not have to call delete

    • it is a TString, in which case call NewPoolTString(), which gets it from the pool, and there is no corresponding delete

    • the object does not come from the pool, and you have to do normal C++ memory management of what you new