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Empower shader development by providing a unified ecosystem to write code for the GPU and CPU.

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Credit from Brian Knapp to rlsl using a Gift Card from Triplebyte

+$5.00USD
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Rlsl can compile a subset of Rust to SPIR-V. You can read more about the limitations here.

Rlsl targets the logical addressing model of SPIR-V.

The Logical addressing model means pointers are abstract, having no physical size or numeric value. In this mode, pointers can only be created from existing objects, and they cannot be stored into an object, unless additional capabilities, e.g., VariablePointers, are declared to add such functionality.

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