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GLSL Validator

by Mischa-Alff ST2/ST3

A GLSL validator plugin for Sublime Text 2/3.

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GLSL Validator for Sublime Text 2 & 3

This is a Sublime Text plugin that uses Khronos' reference glslangValidator to validate OpenGL GLSL shaders.

Installation

You should install GLSL Validator via Package Control.

Usage

Everything should work fine as long as you have a GLSL syntax highlighter installed. You can disable the validation in the settings:

Preferences > Package Settings > GLSL Validator > Settings - Default

Permissions

This plugin makes use of glslangValidator, a tool provided by the Khronos group. In case of issues, make sure the right binary has the right permissions for your platform.

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