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[D3D12] WARP device crashes on conservative rendering

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Did anyone experience something similar?


EDIT: crash information: 0xC0000094: Integer division by zero in d3d12warp.dll!Interpolate<class EdgeIteratorPairGeneric<class EdgeIterator,1,0> >(struct InterpolationContext &)



WARP device crashes program when I use conservative rendering. Crash occurs inside working thread of WARP device (I guessed it by call stack). Crash occurs only when the shape, I draw using conservative rasterization, is visible. GTX 980 works fine.


Pipeline setup (in Rust):


Command list:


Resources (I use upload heap):


I don't use input assembler in shader.

// constants, instance data, indices, coordinated, normals, texture coords
#define RSD "RootFlags(0)," \
            "CBV(b0), SRV(t1), SRV(t2), SRV(t3)" 

#include "view_constants.hlsl"
//// Content of view_constants.hlsl
//cbuffer cb0 : register(b0) {
//  float4x4 view;
//  float4x4 proj;
//  float3 eye_pos;
//  float3 light_pos;

struct Indices {
  uint crd;
  uint nrm;
  uint tex;

StructuredBuffer<Indices> indices : register(t1);
StructuredBuffer<float3> coords: register(t2);
StructuredBuffer<float3> normals: register(t3);
//StructuredBuffer<float2> tex_coord: register(t4); 

struct VS_OUTPUT
    float4 pos: SV_Position;

VS_OUTPUT VSMain(uint vtx: SV_VertexID) {
  VS_OUTPUT ret;
  // Instancing isn't used for now. Number of instances is 1.
  ret.pos = float4(coords[indices[vtx].crd]/10 + light_pos, 1);
  ret.pos = mul(ret.pos, view);
  ret.pos = mul(ret.pos, proj);

  return ret;

float4 PSMain() : SV_TARGET {
  return float4(200, 200, 200, 1);

Edited by red75prime

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