Welcome to the WebGL Conformance Test Suite
Note: Before adding a new test or editing an existing test please read these guidelines.
This is the initial release of the WebGL conformance test suite.
NOTE TO USERS: Unless you are a WebGL implementor, there is no need to submit a conformance result using this process. Should you discover bugs in your browser's WebGL implementation, either via this test suite or otherwise, please report them through your browser vendor's bug tracking system.
FOR WEBGL IMPLEMENTORS: Please follow the instructions below to create a formal conformance submission.
Open webgl-conformance-tests.html in your target browser
Press the "run tests" button
At the end of the run, press "display text summary"
Verify that the User Agent and WebGL renderer strings identify your browser and target correctly.
Copy the contents of the text summary (starting with "WebGL Conformance Test Results") and send via email to email@example.com
Please see CONFORMANCE_RULES.txt in this directory for guidelines about what constitutes a conformant WebGL implementation.
There are various URL options you can pass in.
run: Set to 1 to start the tests automatically Example: webgl-conformance-tests.html?run=1 version: Set to the version of the harness you wish to run. Tests at this version or below will be run Example: webgl-conformance-tests.html?version=1.3.2 minVersion: Set to the minimum version of each test to include. Only tests at this version or above will be inlcuded. Example: webgl-conformance-tests.html?minVersion=1.3.2 fast: Only run tests not marked with --slow Example: webgl-conformance-tests.html?fast=true skip: Comma separated list of regular expressions of which tests to skip. Example: webgl-conformance-tests.html?skip=glsl,.*destruction\.html include: Comma separated list of regular expressions of which tests to include. Example: webgl-conformance-tests.html?include=glsl,.*destruction\.html
- 2011/02/24: Version 1.0.0
- 2012/02/23: Version 1.0.1
- 2012/03/20: Version 1.0.2 (beta)