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    Sharing textures in multithreading app.

    Moi! I have an windows application which uses a huge amount of textures (>6 MB).
    The application itself allows to inspect the visualized data set (including textures) from different directions. Each rendering of a different direction is done in a separate thread. My question is: has anybody a hack of an idea how I can share texture objects among a number of threads for rendering ?

    Thanks in advance
    Pittje

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    Re: Sharing textures in multithreading app.

    Assuming you're using win32, try wglShareLists. The documentation states that this shares display lists between render-contexts, but in practice this seems to include textures as well.

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