[SDL] Are there any working SDL Android examples?
wilbefast at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 01:53:47 PDT 2011
Dimitris: never actually used the renderer before. The
pretty good though. I'm guessing SDL_RENDERER_ACCELERATED
isn't going to work, any suggestions for what kind?
Just trying to get Code::Blocks to compile my project using SDL 1.3 rather
than 1.2 so I can do some tests on Linux as well as Android. This is looking
good so far though guys - thanks very much for all of you help :)
On 26 July 2011 18:28, Dimitris Zenios <dimitris.zenios at gmail.com> wrote:
> William you can create a renderer for the window and do render present
> on the renderer.hat way you will not need the opengl code.You will use
> the SDL rendering api
> On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 10:54 AM, William Dyce <wilbefast at gmail.com>
> > You beauty :D
> > I combined the Dimitris and Ryan's examples (attached): I've never been
> > happy to see a red rectangle :P The next step is getting an image to
> > then I'll give input a shot. That is, after I do a bit of probing to
> > out why it's working now when it wasn't before. I think it may be that
> > now calling OpenGL functions like glClearColor and SDL_GL_SwapWindow
> > than the higher-level SDL_FillRect, and SDL_Flip.
> > Any reason why SDL_Flip might not be working? This all has me very
> > curious... I'll need to get SDL 1.3 set up so I can test things on Linux
> > well - pity you can't just be a noob install it through Synaptic (which
> > what I've generally done for 1.2).
> > William
> > On 26 July 2011 17:09, Ryan C. Gordon <icculus at icculus.org> wrote:
> >>> Dimitris: so avoid legacy functions like SDL_SetVideoMode?
> >> In theory, if all you want is the 1.2 API, SDL_SetVideoMode() _should_
> >> the right thing...it just wraps the 1.3 API with some limitations (like
> >> inability to have multiple windows, etc).
> >> That being said, the 1.2 emulation is not perfect in places, so you're
> >> probably safer using the 1.3 API directly if you can.
> >>> I've actually been unable to find any example code that uses
> >>> SDL_CreateWindow, even in the SDL1.3 examples directory. Could you give
> >>> me an example, and is there anything I should try to strip out?
> >> SDL/test/testgles.c
> >> Sadly, all the important parts are all abstracted out to common.c (where
> >> it handles multiple windows and all sorts of options you don't care
> >> etc), but you should be able to find what you need easily enough.
> >> Using the SDL 1.3 API isn't much more complicated that 1.2:
> >> // this is untested, so forgive minor typos, please...
> >> // just like 1.2 (but DO check return values!)
> >> SDL_Init(SDL_INIT_VIDEO);
> >> SDL_GL_LoadLibrary(NULL);
> >> // Make a window...
> >> win = SDL_CreateWindow("My Application",
> >> SDL_WINDOWPOS_CENTERED, SDL_WINDOWPOS_CENTERED,
> >> 640, 480,
> >> SDL_WINDOW_FULLSCREEN | SDL_WINDOW_SHOWN |
> >> SDL_WINDOW_OPENGL);
> >> // Create a GL context for that window...
> >> SDL_GL_SetAttribute(SDL_GL_RED_SIZE, 8);
> >> // etc...
> >> // Make the major version 2 if you want GLES2 on Android.
> >> SDL_GL_SetAttribute(SDL_GL_CONTEXT_MAJOR_VERSION, 1);
> >> SDL_GL_SetAttribute(SDL_GL_CONTEXT_MAJOR_VERSION, 0);
> >> ctx = SDL_GL_CreateContext(win);
> >> SDL_GL_MakeCurrent(win, ctx);
> >> // You might want this to turn on/off vsync...
> >> SDL_GL_SwapInterval(1); // 1 == vsync, 0 == no vsync.
> >> // Now you can draw with OpenGL calls.
> >> // Use this instead of SDL 1.2's SDL_GL_SwapBuffers()...
> >> SDL_GL_SwapWindow(win);
> >> // At shutdown, you clean up...
> >> SDL_GL_MakeCurrent(NULL, NULL);
> >> SDL_GL_DeleteContext(ctx);
> >> SDL_DestroyWindow(win);
> >> // And finally, just like 1.2...
> >> SDL_Quit();
> >> Some of this was just being pedantic (you don't actually have to do the
> >> SDL_GL_MakeCurrent() calls), but that's about all you need to know about
> >> SDL's video subsystem to move a 1.2 OpenGL app to 1.3.
> >> That being said, I can't account for bugs in our Android port. If you
> >> one, please report it.
> >> I was really worried for a long time about moving from the 1.2 API,
> >> I'm extremely comfortable with, to 1.3, but the API is surprisingly
> >> comfortable too...it feels easy like 1.2, but without 1.2's limitations.
> >> --ryan.
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