wined3d: Destroy the shader backend after the stateblock
hverbeet at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 16:26:10 CDT 2008
Destroying the stateblock potentially references the shader backend.
If the stateblock has active shaders when it is released, the shader's
destructor will tell the shader backend to destroy the corresponding
resources. This was exposed by my patch that moved the glsl program
lookup table into the backend's private data.
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