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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<registry>
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<!--
This file, spir-v.xml, is the SPIR-V Tool ID, opcode and enumerant registry.
The canonical version of the registry, together with related schema and
documentation, can be found in the Khronos Registry at
include/spirv/spir-v.xml in the master branch at
https://github.com/KhronosGroup/SPIRV-Headers
-->
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V Tool ID Definitions -->
<!-- A SPIR-V Generator Magic Number is a 32 bit word: The high order 16
bits are a tool ID, which should be unique across all SPIR-V
generators. The low order 16 bits are reserved for use as a tool
version number, or any other purpose the tool supplier chooses.
Only the tool IDs are reserved with Khronos.
Add new tool ID reservations contiguously with the first available
number (the "start" attribute of the <unused> tag below), and
modify that <unused> tag accordingly. Please add a vendor/tool
supplier name in a 'vendor="name"' attribute; a tool name in a
'tool="name"' attribute; and a contact person/address in a
'comment' attribute. Remember that this value is the high 16 bits
of a 32-bit word.
Note: a single vendor/tool supplier may have multiple tool IDs
reserved for different SPIR-V generators -->
<ids type="vendor" start="0" end="0xFFFF" comment="SPIR-V Tool IDs">
<id value="0" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved by Khronos"/>
<id value="1" vendor="LunarG" comment="Contact TBD"/>
<id value="2" vendor="Valve" comment="Contact TBD"/>
<id value="3" vendor="Codeplay" comment="Contact Victor Lomuller, [email protected]"/>
<id value="4" vendor="NVIDIA" comment="Contact Kerch Holt, [email protected]"/>
<id value="5" vendor="ARM" comment="Contact Kevin Petit, [email protected]"/>
<id value="6" vendor="Khronos" tool="LLVM/SPIR-V Translator" comment="Contact Yaxun (Sam) Liu, [email protected]"/>
<id value="7" vendor="Khronos" tool="SPIR-V Tools Assembler" comment="Contact David Neto, [email protected]"/>
<id value="8" vendor="Khronos" tool="Glslang Reference Front End" comment="Contact John Kessenich, [email protected]"/>
<id value="9" vendor="Qualcomm" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<id value="10" vendor="AMD" comment="Contact Daniel Rakos, [email protected]"/>
<id value="11" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact Alexey, [email protected]"/>
<id value="12" vendor="Imagination" comment="Contact James Jones"/>
<id value="13" vendor="Google" tool="Shaderc over Glslang" comment="Contact David Neto, [email protected]"/>
<id value="14" vendor="Google" tool="spiregg" comment="Contact Lei Zhang, [email protected]"/>
<id value="15" vendor="Google" tool="rspirv" comment="Contact Lei Zhang, [email protected]"/>
<id value="16" vendor="X-LEGEND" tool="Mesa-IR/SPIR-V Translator" comment="Contact Metora Wang, github:metora/MesaGLSLCompiler"/>
<id value="17" vendor="Khronos" tool="SPIR-V Tools Linker" comment="Contact David Neto, [email protected]"/>
<id value="18" vendor="Wine" tool="VKD3D Shader Compiler" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<id value="19" vendor="Tellusim" tool="Clay Shader Compiler" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<id value="20" vendor="W3C WebGPU Group" tool="WHLSL Shader Translator" comment="https://github.com/gpuweb/WHLSL"/>
<id value="21" vendor="Google" tool="Clspv" comment="Contact David Neto, [email protected]"/>
<id value="22" vendor="Google" tool="MLIR SPIR-V Serializer" comment="Contact Lei Zhang, [email protected]"/>
<id value="23" vendor="Google" tool="Tint Compiler" comment="Contact David Neto, [email protected]"/>
<id value="24" vendor="Google" tool="ANGLE Shader Compiler" comment="Contact Shahbaz Youssefi, [email protected]"/>
<id value="25" vendor="Netease Games" tool="Messiah Shader Compiler" comment="Contact Yuwen Wu, [email protected]"/>
<id value="26" vendor="Xenia" tool="Xenia Emulator Microcode Translator" comment="Contact Vitaliy Kuzmin, [email protected], https://github.com/xenia-project/xenia"/>
<id value="27" vendor="Embark Studios" tool="Rust GPU Compiler Backend" comment="https://github.com/embarkstudios/rust-gpu"/>
<id value="28" vendor="gfx-rs community" tool="Naga" comment="https://github.com/gfx-rs/naga"/>
<id value="29" vendor="Mikkosoft Productions" tool="MSP Shader Compiler" comment="Contact Mikko Rasa, [email protected]"/>
<id value="30" vendor="SpvGenTwo community" tool="SpvGenTwo SPIR-V IR Tools" comment="https://github.com/rAzoR8/SpvGenTwo"/>
<id value="31" vendor="Google" tool="Skia SkSL" comment="Contact Ethan Nicholas, [email protected]"/>
<id value="32" vendor="TornadoVM" tool="SPIRV Beehive Toolkit" comment="https://github.com/beehive-lab/spirv-beehive-toolkit"/>
<id value="33" vendor="DragonJoker" tool="ShaderWriter" comment="Contact Sylvain Doremus, https://github.com/DragonJoker/ShaderWriter"/>
<id value="34" vendor="Rayan Hatout" tool="SPIRVSmith" comment="Contact Rayan Hatout [email protected], Repo https://github.com/rayanht/SPIRVSmith"/>
<unused start="35" end="0xFFFF" comment="Tool ID range reservable for future use by vendors"/>
</ids>
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V Opcodes and Enumerants -->
<!-- Vendors reserve new ranges of:
- opcode enumerants in the "opcode" list below, and
- non-opcode enumerants in the non-opcodes "enumerant" list below.
Both are reserved by contiguous blocks of 64, preceding the given
"Future use" blocks.
SPIR-V background:
- SPIR-V currently has well over 30 enums, including the opcode enum
- each enum has its own name space, allowing reuse of enumerants
- SPIR-V restricts opcode enumerants to 16 bits
- all other enums use 32-bit enumerants
Reservation rules:
- opcode reservations ("opcode") are only valid for opcodes
- non-opcode reservations ("enumerant") are not valid for opcodes
- reservations in the enumerant list are valid for all non-opcode enums
- it is simpler to use each non-opcode enumerant for only one purpose
but this is left to the discretion of the vendor
- all enumerants in a range should be used before allocating a new range
(several extensions can use enumerants from the same range)
Each vendor determines the use of enumerants in the ranges they
reserve. Vendors are not required to disclose those uses. If the use
of an enumerant is included in an extension that is adopted by a Khronos
extension or specification, then that enumerant's use may be permanently
fixed as if originally reserved in a Khronos range.
-->
<!-- Begin reservations of opcode enumerants -->
<ids type="opcode" start="0" end="4095" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved opcodes, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="4096" end="4159" vendor="Mesa" comment="Contact TBD"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="4160" end="4415" vendor="ARM" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="4416" end="4479" vendor="Khronos" comment="SPV_ARB_shader_ballot - contact Neil Henning, [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="4480" end="4991" vendor="Qualcomm" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="4992" end="5247" vendor="AMD"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5248" end="5503" vendor="NVIDIA"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5504" end="5567" vendor="Imagination"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5568" end="5631" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5632" end="5695" vendor="Google" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5696" end="5823" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5824" end="5951" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="5952" end="6015" vendor="Codeplay" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="6016" end="6079" vendor="Khronos" comment="Contact @tobski"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="6080" end="6143" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="6144" end="6271" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="6272" end="6399" vendor="Huawei" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="opcode" start="6400" end="6463" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<!-- Opcode enumerants to reserve for future use. To get a block, allocate
multiples of 64 starting at the lowest available point in this
block and add a corresponding <ids> tag immediately above. Make
sure to fill in the vendor attribute, and preferably add a contact
person/address in a comment attribute. -->
<!-- Example new block: <ids type="opcode" start="XXXX" end="XXXX+64n-1" vendor="Add vendor" comment="Contact TBD"/> -->
<ids type="opcode" start="6464" end="65535" comment="Opcode range reservable for future use by vendors"/>
<!-- End reservations of opcodes -->
<!-- Begin reservations of non-opcode enumerants -->
<ids type="enumerant" start="0" end="4095" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved enumerants, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="4096" end="4159" vendor="Mesa" comment="Contact TBD"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="4160" end="4415" vendor="ARM" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="4416" end="4479" vendor="Khronos" comment="SPV_ARB_shader_ballot - contact Neil Henning, [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="4480" end="4991" vendor="Qualcomm" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="4992" end="5247" vendor="AMD"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5248" end="5503" vendor="NVIDIA"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5504" end="5567" vendor="Imagination"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5568" end="5631" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5632" end="5695" vendor="Google" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5696" end="5823" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5824" end="5951" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="5952" end="6015" vendor="Codeplay" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="6016" end="6079" vendor="Khronos" comment="Contact @tobski"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="6080" end="6143" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="6144" end="6271" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="6272" end="6399" vendor="Huawei" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="6400" end="6463" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="enumerant" start="6464" end="6527" vendor="Mikkosoft Productions" comment="Contact Mikko Rasa, [email protected]"/>
<!-- Enumerants to reserve for future use. To get a block, allocate
multiples of 64 starting at the lowest available point in this
block and add a corresponding <ids> tag immediately above. Make
sure to fill in the vendor attribute, and preferably add a contact
person/address in a comment attribute. -->
<!-- Example new block: <ids type="enumerant" start="XXXX" end="XXXX+64n-1" vendor="Add vendor" comment="Contact TBD"/> -->
<ids type="enumerant" start="6528" end="4294967295" comment="Enumerant range reservable for future use by vendors"/>
<!-- End reservations of enumerants -->
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V Loop Control Bit Reservations -->
<!-- Reserve ranges of bits in the loop control bitfield.
Each vendor determines the use of values in their own ranges.
Vendors are not required to disclose those uses. If the use of a
value is included in an extension that is adopted by a Khronos
extension or specification, then that value's use may be permanently
fixed as if originally reserved in a Khronos range.
The SPIR Working Group strongly recommends:
- Each value is used for only one purpose.
- All values in a range should be used before allocating a new range.
-->
<!-- Reserved loop control bits -->
<ids type="LoopControl" start="0" end="15" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved LoopControl bits, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="LoopControl" start="16" end="25" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="LoopControl" start="26" end="30" comment="Unreserved bits reservable for use by vendors"/>
<ids type="LoopControl" start="31" end="31" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved LoopControl bit, not available to vendors"/>
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V Function Control Bit Reservations -->
<!-- Reserve ranges of bits in the function control bitfield.
Each vendor determines the use of values in their own ranges.
Vendors are not required to disclose those uses. If the use of a
value is included in an extension that is adopted by a Khronos
extension or specification, then that value's use may be permanently
fixed as if originally reserved in a Khronos range.
The SPIR Working Group strongly recommends:
- Each value is used for only one purpose.
- All values in a range should be used before allocating a new range.
-->
<!-- Reserved function control bits -->
<ids type="FunctionControl" start="0" end="15" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved FunctionControl bits, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="FunctionControl" start="16" end="16" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="FunctionControl" start="17" end="30" comment="Unreserved bits reservable for use by vendors"/>
<ids type="FunctionControl" start="31" end="31" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved FunctionControl bit, not available to vendors"/>
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V FP Fast Math Mode Bit Reservations -->
<!-- Reserve ranges of bits in the "FP Fast Math Mode" bitfield.
Each vendor determines the use of values in their own ranges.
Vendors are not required to disclose those uses. If the use of a
value is included in an extension that is adopted by a Khronos
extension or specification, then that value's use may be permanently
fixed as if originally reserved in a Khronos range.
The SPIR Working Group strongly recommends:
- Each value is used for only one purpose.
- All values in a range should be used before allocating a new range.
-->
<!-- Reserved FP fast math mode bits -->
<ids type="FPFastMathMode" start="0" end="15" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved FPFastMathMode bits, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="FPFastMathMode" start="16" end="17" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="FPFastMathMode" start="18" end="31" comment="Unreserved bits reservable for use by vendors"/>
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V Memory Operand Bit Reservations -->
<!-- Reserve ranges of bits in the memory operands bitfield.
Each vendor determines the use of values in their own ranges.
Vendors are not required to disclose those uses. If the use of a
value is included in an extension that is adopted by a Khronos
extension or specification, then that value's use may be permanently
fixed as if originally reserved in a Khronos range.
The SPIR Working Group strongly recommends:
- Each value is used for only one purpose.
- All values in a range should be used before allocating a new range.
-->
<!-- Reserved memory operand bits -->
<ids type="MemoryOperand" start="0" end="15" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved MemoryOperand bits, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="MemoryOperand" start="16" end="17" vendor="Intel" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="MemoryOperand" start="18" end="30" comment="Unreserved bits reservable for use by vendors"/>
<ids type="MemoryOperand" start="31" end="31" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved MemoryOperand bit, not available to vendors"/>
<!-- SECTION: SPIR-V Image Operand Bit Reservations -->
<!-- Reserve ranges of bits in the image operands bitfield.
Each vendor determines the use of values in their own ranges.
Vendors are not required to disclose those uses. If the use of a
value is included in an extension that is adopted by a Khronos
extension or specification, then that value's use may be permanently
fixed as if originally reserved in a Khronos range.
The SPIR Working Group strongly recommends:
- Each value is used for only one purpose.
- All values in a range should be used before allocating a new range.
-->
<!-- Reserved image operand bits -->
<ids type="ImageOperand" start="0" end="15" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved ImageOperand bits, not available to vendors - see the SPIR-V Specification"/>
<ids type="ImageOperand" start="16" end="16" vendor="Nvidia" comment="Contact [email protected]"/>
<ids type="ImageOperand" start="17" end="30" comment="Unreserved bits reservable for use by vendors"/>
<ids type="ImageOperand" start="31" end="31" vendor="Khronos" comment="Reserved ImageOperand bit, not available to vendors"/>
</registry>