ddraw/tests: Skip cubemap tests when cubemap isn't supported.
alexd4 at inbox.lv
Wed Jul 30 01:36:26 CDT 2008
Stefan Dösinger wrote:
>> skip("No cubemap support\n");
> if you return right after that you wouldn't have to change the indention on all the rest of the code
There are some tests after that block not related to cubemap which I don't want
to skip. Other options are moving cubemap block of code to the end (so that I
can return then) or skipping the block by goto, but none of this are really
> Also I think in the case of the surface test, there should be an easier way to tell if cubemaps are supported, without starting a d3d device. In the worst case just abort on a CreateSurface error
I spent some time looking for a better working option a while ago, but couldn't
find anything working on Wine, Win98 (qemu) and XP. Will just check
CreateSurface if that's ok.
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