MDN URL

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/WebGLRenderingContext/commit

What specific section or headline is this issue about?

The entire page

What information was incorrect, unhelpful, or incomplete?

The function does not exist

What did you expect to see?

No function called commit

Do you have any supporting links, references, or citations?

https://github.com/whatwg/html/issues/8777

Do you have anything more you want to share?

https://jsgist.org/?src=f11d6ede9ad5c47a874f3c75a0ea164b

MDN metadata

  • Folder: en-us/web/api/webglrenderingcontext/commit
  • MDN URL: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/WebGLRenderingContext/commit
  • GitHub URL: https://github.com/mdn/content/blob/main/files/en-us/web/api/webglrenderingcontext/commit/index.md
  • Last commit: https://github.com/mdn/content/commit/c575deb5f1775b532360c612a85b35a5ff9525d9
  • Document last modified: 2022-09-13T06:51:25.000Z
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To be clear, while there is a plan to remove it from the specs (https://github.com/whatwg/html/pull/3872) this method is implemented in Firefox as the compatibility table states.
On a lower note, it's also accessible in Chromium under the "Experimental Web Platform features" flag.
So stating "The function does not exist" doesn't seem entirely correct.

I believe MDN should wait to see how https://github.com/whatwg/html/pull/3872 evolves and if this method is indeed removed from the specs, then a deprecation note should be added to this page.

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I'd argue being under a flag is hardly "it exists". It doesn't exist in firefox without a flag (if it does at all) so the compatible table is wrong.

If the page is not going to be removed it should be marked as not available except with special flags

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It's available in Firefox without a flag, only Chrome hides it behind a flag. The table is right.

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It is not available in firefox without a flag. Run the test above

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Oh my bad, I mixed up with the 2D one, which is available in Firefox and hidden under a flag in Chrome (that table is also wrong then).

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