[Bf-committers] Vertex Buffer Object/Vertex Buffer Array
shadowrom at me.com
Fri Apr 4 21:25:46 CEST 2014
you're right about this. But as Ton wrote on the blog some time ago
Blender is about to move to OpenGL 2.1, this would be a great opportunity to
rewrite a great deal of legacy code and get rid of these old structures.
Von: bf-committers-bounces at blender.org
[mailto:bf-committers-bounces at blender.org] Im Auftrag von Antony Riakiotakis
Gesendet: Freitag, 4. April 2014 20:08
An: bf-blender developers
Betreff: [Bf-committers] Vertex Buffer Object/Vertex Buffer Array
It has struck me as odd that we have support for vertex arrays AND vertex
buffer objects wrapped in the same code and we still fall back to immediate
OpenGL mode if VBO option is off.
Vertex Arrays are included in OpenGL 1.1 and blender already requires OpenGL
1.4 if I remember correctly. They are also faster than immediate mode. And
apart from that, OpenGL 1.1 has been everywhere since like...forever!
We have to spend so much energy maintaining both front-ends, where
maintaining just one would be much simpler.
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