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      Automatic consistent attribute location mappings possible · 708174d6
      Robert Menzel authored
      Example:
      SharedLocationMappings globalLocationMappings = SharedLocationMappings( new LocationMappings );
      // now the map could get set by hand, but thats not needed:
      ShaderProgramFileManager::the()->get( ShaderProgramControlFiles("shader1").
                                            externAttributeLocations(globalLocationMappings) );
      // will add all maps from the shader1 to the global map
      ShaderProgramFileManager::the()->get( ShaderProgramControlFiles("shader2").
                                            externAttributeLocations(globalLocationMappings) );
      // will add all maps from shader2, attributes already known will not get changed, no location collitions.
      
      Reloading of the shaders due to changed files will automatically set the locations again.
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  17. 09 Feb, 2012 2 commits
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      Moved objects · 6c294ed8
      Robert Menzel authored
      OpenGL/Objects now only contains wrappers of OpenGL objects, all higher-level objects are moved to OpenGL/HiLevelObjects. Also moved LocationMappings to OpenGL/Data.
      OpenGL/Objects.hh still includes the high-level stuff. In the hi-level collection multiple alternative concepts can be collected to achieve similar functionality (Uniform objects instead of UniformBuffers for example) which is fine but should not lead to confusion that just the OpenGL objects in Objects/ are the main building blocks on which the HiLevelObjects/ rely on.
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      FBO redone · aa066185
      Robert Menzel authored
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      cleanups, working on VAOs · 2c552974
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      Moved shared pointer includes · 795bcd09
      Robert Menzel authored
      The shared and weak pointers are now included via ACGL.hh, this way there is one
      one central place to replace the pointers if needed (C++11, TR1, boost, own variant).
      For this, they are placed in a ptr namespace so std:: (C++11) and str::tr1:: (C++98)
      variants as well as boost and own implementations can all get redirected.
      C++11 detection added and correct non-tr1 header include added (should make VS2010
      porting easier).
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  28. 06 Sep, 2011 1 commit
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      Compatibility improvements · 256338d1
      Robert Menzel authored
      * Some GL 2.1 compatibility improvements:
        * On GL 2.1 the shaderfiles are read from a different folder by default
        * 3.0+ functions are not compiled for 2.1 any more
        * The RenderObject is not 2.1 compatible, so it's not compiled for old systems
          atm. A port could be possible.
        * ACGL compiles for GL 2.1 now
      * Added compile warning in case the desired OpenGL version is not defined by
        the build system (which could screw up conditional compile)
      * Minor fixes
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  29. 04 Sep, 2011 1 commit
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      Improved glProgramUniform support · 48e0db85
      Robert Menzel authored
      * OpenGL 4.1 style glProgramUniform functions are provided as mappings
        from an extension or emulation
      * mapping functions now consider OpenGL ES and native support for iOS 5
      * ShaderProgram uses glProgramUniform instead of the EXT version like
        in OpenGL 4.1
      * Easy to query OpenGL version numbers in OpenGL::Tools added
      * clean up in ACGL::init()
      * namespaces in the extension file
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  30. 24 Aug, 2011 2 commits
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      added comments · 0be9b454
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      Added support for direct state access · d3706471
      Robert Menzel authored
      * Added support for direct state access based uniform setting in the ShaderProgram
      * functions from the EXT_direct_state_access extension can get emulated if the extension is not present
        in this case ACGL will map the simulated versions automatically to the *EXT function pointers
        so a programmer can just call the *EXT versions and doesn't have to care if the machine the code
        will get run on does support this extension (as long a simulated version already exists)
      * not all functions have emulated version right now, so check if an alternative exists before relying on
        functions from this extension in ACGL lib or implement the missing simulation function to support
        machines without this extension
      * all glProgramUniform functions can be emulated (plus some others that were quick to implement)
      * dummy functions for all other simulation functions exist
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