DDraw, wined3d (d3d8, d3d9) and OpenGL32 in Mac OSX + stack fudging -- x86 only

Roderick Colenbrander thunderbird2k at gmx.net
Sun Apr 30 05:30:43 CDT 2006

What sort of changes have you guys made to the direct3d code? 
Some time ago there was a discussion about moving wined3d over to 
WGL (opengl32.dll).

It sounded that the changes you made are basicly some hacks. It 
might be better to do a wined3d -> wgl move soon. We could 
replace all glX calls with WGL calls and link with opengl32.dll. 
The disadvantage is that all standard opengl calls will travel 
through opengl32.dll which isn't good performance-wise. One way 
to solve this is to use GetProcAddress.

In some cases we might need platform specific code in wined3d 
because one of the platforms supports a usefull feature which 
isn't supported by the others. If this is the case it might be 
better to move all GLX / WGL / AGL specific code to 
wined3d_agl.c / wined3d_glx.c / wined3d_wgl.c. This would 
directly fix the 'linking' issues.

Roderick Colenbrander

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