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    Extensions wrapper...


    Has anyone got any suggestions for an extension system wrapper class?

    i was messing around last night and got a quick solution but i'm not happy with it.

    basically it was (used in conjunction with my singleton code) (not actually called X )

    class X
    bool IsExtensionAvailable(const char *pExtension)

    void ResolveExtensionFuncPtrs(void)
    LockFuncPtr GetLockArraysEXTFunc(void)
    UnLockFuncPtr GetUnlockArraysEXTFunc(void)

    as you can see not very nice (and totally specific to the GL_EXT_compiled_vertex_array extension - but this is just an example)

    Since the pointers are function pointers is it still considered poor coding practice to have globals?

    Anybody have any ideas for a generic / tidier implementation?



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    Re: Extensions wrapper...

    Should have added that class X contained:

    LockFuncPtr m_LockFuncPtr;
    UnlockFuncPtr m_UnlockFuncPtr;

    which are returned by the appropriate functions...

    LockFuncPtr / UnlockFuncPtr are the typedefs in glext.h for the GL_EXT_compiled_vertex_array extension...


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