[Bf-committers] Patch for Specularity
Wed, 1 Oct 2003 18:05:38 +0100
Hi - I hope the excitement over 2.28C has died down a little, and that
people are n the mood for a little light maintenance ...
Sirdude asked me to send this patch for separate specular colour to him - I
hope this is as good.
Specular lighting in preview mode.
The mode Textured does not take into account the specularity of the
material. This is easily possible by adding to the function
set_draw_settings_cached in drawmesh.c
This sets the lighting model. It should be done once per render (or at
program startup). It relies on GL Extension which was introduced in GL 1.2.
Obviously Microsoft (being Microsoft) only strictly support the oldest
possible version of GL (1.1), but most modern graphics cards do in fact fact
support something a little more modern.
However, I need to define GL_LIGHT_MODEL_COLOR_CONTROL_EXT and
GL_SEPARATE_SPECULAR_COLOR_EXT somewhere, and don't really want them
hardcoded in this file.
They are included in SDL_opengl.h, but this breaks other things. I hope
someone can sort out a more elegant way of doing it that these hardcoded
What I would like to see somewhere is a runtime initialisation to get the
OpenGL exptension string, check that this extension is supported and set a
flag somewhere. I don't think it should be a compile-time option, as this
means distributing BlenderPlayer executables might not work.
This set the lighting model to use Separate Specular colour, otherwise
textures replace the calculated specular colour.
Place this call in RAS_openGLRasterizer.cpp, in Myinit_gl_stuff (line 64)
Place this call in drawmesh.c, draw_settings_cached(), line 746 after
glMaterialfv(GL_FRONT_AND_BACK, GL_SPECULAR, spec); and this sets the
glMateriali(GL_FRONT_AND_BACK, GL_SHININESS, ma->har);
In contrast with the renderer in Blender, values above about 20 cannot be
seen. This also causes BlenderPlayer to show objects with specular
I'm afraid I don't have a good diff output for this, as I have been messing
about quite a lot in this file.