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    D3D provides 4 usage bits and 2 mapping type...

    D3D provides 4 usage bits and 2 mapping type bits. ARB_buffer_storage provides 2 mapping type bits and 4 usage bits. Now yes, OpenGL does offer more valid combinations. But OpenGL is also exposing...
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    You're really blowing this way out of proportion....

    You're really blowing this way out of proportion.

    The mere existence of the bit changes nothing about how the implementation will handle implementing the rest, because it changes nothing about any...
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    That section said "set it", referring to the bit....

    That section said "set it", referring to the bit. Not to all of the flags, just CLIENT_STORAGE_BIT.



    Ultimately, drivers are going to have to pick where these buffers go. The point of this...
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    OK, so... what is the "basic requirement?" ...

    OK, so... what is the "basic requirement?"

    That's what I don't understand about this whole issue. What exactly would you like "CLIENT_STORAGE_BIT" to mean that is in any way binding? You say that...
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    The reason the issue for buffer objects needed...

    The reason the issue for buffer objects needed clarification is because buffer objects have a separation between an indexed bind point and the target bind point. Binding with glBindBufferRange binds...
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    Here's the relevant paragraph: It states...

    Here's the relevant paragraph:



    It states very clearly that Khronos members only agree not to sue "other Khronos member"s. That doesn't sound very "open" to me. It sounds more like "pay Khronos...
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    Yeah, that's what happens when your company is...

    Yeah, that's what happens when your company is slowly imploding thanks to their failing CPU division. Whatever profits might have been made off of GPUs are eaten by the CPU division.
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    The Second Annual Unofficial OpenGL Feature...

    The Second Annual Unofficial OpenGL Feature Awards!

    I hereby hand out the following awards:

    We (Finally) Did What We Said We Were Gonna Award

    The conformance test suite.

    I'll just quote...
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