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Diference between Vertex_Shader & Vertex_Program

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ARB_vertex_shader is a part of OpenGL Shading Language, ARB_vertex_program is not.

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ah, so ARB_Vertex_Shader is part of GLSL,
while ARB_Vertex_Program is the "raw deal", something like that right?

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yeah, ARB_vertex_program is the assembler language interface, in theory supportable on all gfx cards even if just in software
ARB_vertex_shader is only ever likely to be seen on DX9 and up cards

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