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'''OpenGL Objects''' are defined in terms of the context state that they contain. Objects are almost always created in a two-stage process: the name is created with a generation function, and the object within that name is created with another function.
 
'''OpenGL Objects''' are defined in terms of the context state that they contain. Objects are almost always created in a two-stage process: the name is created with a generation function, and the object within that name is created with another function.
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Revision as of 16:23, 15 August 2009

OpenGL Objects are defined in terms of the context state that they contain. Objects are almost always created in a two-stage process: the name is created with a generation function, and the object within that name is created with another function.