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Copyright (c) 2000-2006 Torus Knot Software Ltd
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*/
#ifndef __RenderSystem_H_
#define __RenderSystem_H_

// Precompiler options
#include "OgrePrerequisites.h"

#include "OgreString.h"

#include "OgreTextureUnitState.h"
#include "OgreCommon.h"

#include "OgreRenderOperation.h"
#include "OgreRenderSystemCapabilities.h"
#include "OgreRenderTarget.h"
#include "OgreRenderTexture.h"
#include "OgreFrameListener.h"
#include "OgreConfigOptionMap.h"
#include "OgreGpuProgram.h"
#include "OgrePlane.h"
#include "OgreIteratorWrappers.h"

namespace Ogre
{
    typedef std::map< String, RenderTarget * > RenderTargetMap;
      typedef std::multimap<uchar, RenderTarget * > RenderTargetPriorityMap;

    class TextureManager;
    /// Enum describing the ways to generate texture coordinates
00057     enum TexCoordCalcMethod
    {
        /// No calculated texture coordinates
00060         TEXCALC_NONE,
        /// Environment map based on vertex normals
00062         TEXCALC_ENVIRONMENT_MAP,
        /// Environment map based on vertex positions
00064         TEXCALC_ENVIRONMENT_MAP_PLANAR,
        TEXCALC_ENVIRONMENT_MAP_REFLECTION,
        TEXCALC_ENVIRONMENT_MAP_NORMAL,
        /// Projective texture
00068         TEXCALC_PROJECTIVE_TEXTURE
    };
    /// Enum describing the various actions which can be taken onthe stencil buffer
00071     enum StencilOperation
    {
        /// Leave the stencil buffer unchanged
00074         SOP_KEEP,
        /// Set the stencil value to zero
00076         SOP_ZERO,
        /// Set the stencil value to the reference value
00078         SOP_REPLACE,
        /// Increase the stencil value by 1, clamping at the maximum value
00080         SOP_INCREMENT,
        /// Decrease the stencil value by 1, clamping at 0
00082         SOP_DECREMENT,
        /// Increase the stencil value by 1, wrapping back to 0 when incrementing the maximum value
00084         SOP_INCREMENT_WRAP,
        /// Decrease the stencil value by 1, wrapping when decrementing 0
00086         SOP_DECREMENT_WRAP,
        /// Invert the bits of the stencil buffer
00088         SOP_INVERT
    };

    /** Defines the functionality of a 3D API
        @remarks
            The RenderSystem class provides a base interface
            which abstracts the general functionality of the 3D API
            e.g. Direct3D or OpenGL. Whilst a few of the general
            methods have implementations, most of this class is
            abstract, requiring a subclass based on a specific API
            to be constructed to provide the full functionality.
            Note there are 2 levels to the interface - one which
            will be used often by the caller of the Ogre library,
            and one which is at a lower level and will be used by the
            other classes provided by Ogre. These lower level
            methods are prefixed with '_' to differentiate them.
            The advanced user of the library may use these lower
            level methods to access the 3D API at a more fundamental
            level (dealing direct with render states and rendering
            primitives), but still benefitting from Ogre's abstraction
            of exactly which 3D API is in use.
        @author
            Steven Streeting
        @version
            1.0
     */
00114     class _OgreExport RenderSystem
    {
    public:
        /** Default Constructor.
        */
        RenderSystem();

        /** Destructor.
        */
        virtual ~RenderSystem();

        /** Returns the name of the rendering system.
        */
        virtual const String& getName(void) const = 0;

        /** Returns the details of this API's configuration options
            @remarks
                Each render system must be able to inform the world
                of what options must/can be specified for it's
                operation.
            @par
                These are passed as strings for portability, but
                grouped into a structure (_ConfigOption) which includes
                both options and current value.
            @par
                Note that the settings returned from this call are
                affected by the options that have been set so far,
                since some options are interdependent.
            @par
                This routine is called automatically by the default
                configuration dialogue produced by Root::showConfigDialog
                or may be used by the caller for custom settings dialogs
            @returns
                A 'map' of options, i.e. a list of options which is also
                indexed by option name.
         */
        virtual ConfigOptionMap& getConfigOptions(void) = 0;

        /** Sets an option for this API
            @remarks
                Used to confirm the settings (normally chosen by the user) in
                order to make the renderer able to initialise with the settings as required.
                This may be video mode, D3D driver, full screen / windowed etc.
                Called automatically by the default configuration
                dialog, and by the restoration of saved settings.
                These settings are stored and only activated when
                RenderSystem::initialise or RenderSystem::reinitialise
                are called.
            @par
                If using a custom configuration dialog, it is advised that the
                caller calls RenderSystem::getConfigOptions
                again, since some options can alter resulting from a selection.
            @param
                name The name of the option to alter.
            @param
                value The value to set the option to.
         */
        virtual void setConfigOption(const String &name, const String &value) = 0;

            /** Create an object for performing hardware occlusion queries. 
            */
            virtual HardwareOcclusionQuery* createHardwareOcclusionQuery(void) = 0;

            /** Destroy a hardware occlusion query object. 
            */
            virtual void destroyHardwareOcclusionQuery(HardwareOcclusionQuery *hq);

        /** Validates the options set for the rendering system, returning a message if there are problems.
            @note
                If the returned string is empty, there are no problems.
        */
        virtual String validateConfigOptions(void) = 0;

        /** Start up the renderer using the settings selected (Or the defaults if none have been selected).
            @remarks
                Called by Root::setRenderSystem. Shouldn't really be called
                directly, although  this can be done if the app wants to.
            @param
                autoCreateWindow If true, creates a render window
                automatically, based on settings chosen so far. This saves
                an extra call to RenderSystem::createRenderWindow
                for the main render window.
            @par
                If an application has more specific window requirements,
                however (e.g. a level design app), it should specify false
                for this parameter and do it manually.
            @returns
                A pointer to the automatically created window, if requested, otherwise null.
        */
        virtual RenderWindow* initialise(bool autoCreateWindow, const String& windowTitle = "OGRE Render Window");

        /** Restart the renderer (normally following a change in settings).
        */
        virtual void reinitialise(void) = 0;

        /** Shutdown the renderer and cleanup resources.
        */
        virtual void shutdown(void);


        /** Sets the colour & strength of the ambient (global directionless) light in the world.
        */
        virtual void setAmbientLight(float r, float g, float b) = 0;

        /** Sets the type of light shading required (default = Gouraud).
        */
        virtual void setShadingType(ShadeOptions so) = 0;

        /** Sets whether or not dynamic lighting is enabled.
            @param
                enabled If true, dynamic lighting is performed on geometry with normals supplied, geometry without
                normals will not be displayed. If false, no lighting is applied and all geometry will be full brightness.
        */
        virtual void setLightingEnabled(bool enabled) = 0;

        /** Sets whether or not W-buffers are enabled if they are avalible for this renderer.
                  @param
                        enabled If true and the renderer supports them W-buffers will be used.  If false 
                        W-buffers will not be used even if avalible.  W-buffers are enabled by default 
                        for 16bit depth buffers and disabled for all other depths.
        */
            void setWBufferEnabled(bool enabled);

            /** Returns true if the renderer will try to use W-buffers when avalible.
            */
            bool getWBufferEnabled(void) const;

            /** Creates a new rendering window.
            @remarks
                This method creates a new rendering window as specified
                by the paramteters. The rendering system could be
                responible for only a single window (e.g. in the case
                of a game), or could be in charge of multiple ones (in the
                case of a level editor). The option to create the window
                as a child of another is therefore given.
                This method will create an appropriate subclass of
                RenderWindow depending on the API and platform implementation.
            @par
                After creation, this window can be retrieved using getRenderTarget().
            @param
                name The name of the window. Used in other methods
                later like setRenderTarget and getRenderWindow.
            @param
                width The width of the new window.
            @param
                height The height of the new window.
            @param
                fullScreen Specify true to make the window full screen
                without borders, title bar or menu bar.
            @param
                miscParams A NameValuePairList describing the other parameters for the new rendering window. 
                              Options are case sensitive. Unrecognised parameters will be ignored silently.
                              These values might be platform dependent, but these are present for all platorms unless
                              indicated otherwise:
                        **
                        Key: "title"
                        Description: The title of the window that will appear in the title bar
                        Values: string
                        Default: RenderTarget name
                        **
                        Key: "colourDepth"
                        Description: Colour depth of the resulting rendering window; only applies if fullScreen
                              is set.
                        Values: 16 or 32
                        Default: desktop depth
                        Notes: [W32 specific]
                        **
                        Key: "left"
                        Description: screen x coordinate from left
                        Values: positive integers
                        Default: 'center window on screen'
                        Notes: Ignored in case of full screen
                        **
                        Key: "top"
                        Description: screen y coordinate from top
                        Values: positive integers
                        Default: 'center window on screen'
                        Notes: Ignored in case of full screen
                        **
                        Key: "depthBuffer" [DX9 specific]
                        Description: Use depth buffer
                        Values: false or true
                        Default: true
                        **
                        Key: "externalWindowHandle" [API specific]
                        Description: External window handle, for embedding the OGRE context
                        Values: positive integer for W32 (HWND handle)
                                poslong:posint:poslong (display*:screen:windowHandle) or
                                poslong:posint:poslong:poslong (display*:screen:windowHandle:XVisualInfo*) for GLX
                        Default: 0 (None)
                        **
                        Key: "externalGLControl" [Win32 OpenGL specific]
                        Description: Let the external window control OpenGL i.e. don't select a pixel format for the window,
                                     do not change v-sync and do not swap buffer. When set to true, the calling application
                                     is responsible of OpenGL initialization and buffer swapping. It should also create an
                                     OpenGL context for its own rendering, Ogre will create one for its use. Then the calling
                                     application must also enable Ogre OpenGL context before calling any Ogre function and
                                     restore its OpenGL context after these calls. The Ogre OpenGL context can be retrieved 
                                     after Ogre initialisation by calling wglGetCurrentDC() and wglGetCurrentContext().
                                     It is only used when the externalWindowHandle parameter is used.
                        Values: true, false
                        Default: false
                        **
                        Key: "externalGLContext" [Win32 OpenGL specific]
                        Description: Use an externally created GL context
                        Values: <Context as Unsigned Long>
                        Default: 0 (create own context)
                        **
                        Key: "parentWindowHandle" [API specific]
                        Description: Parent window handle, for embedding the OGRE context
                        Values: positive integer for W32 (HWND handle)
                                poslong:posint:poslong for GLX (display*:screen:windowHandle)
                        Default: 0 (None)
                        **
                        Key: "FSAA"
                        Description: Full screen antialiasing factor
                        Values: 0,2,4,6,...
                        Default: 0 
                        **
                        Key: "displayFrequency"
                        Description: Display frequency rate, for fullscreen mode
                        Values: 60...?
                        Default: Desktop vsync rate
                        **
                        Key: "vsync"
                        Description: Synchronize buffer swaps to vsync
                        Values: true, false
                        Default: 0
                        ** 
                        Key: "border" 
                        Description: The type of window border (in windowed mode)
                        Values: none, fixed, resize
                        Default: resize
                        **
                        Key: "outerDimensions" 
                        Description: Whether the width/height is expressed as the size of the 
                        outer window, rather than the content area
                        Values: true, false
                        Default: false 
                        **
                        Key: "useNVPerfHUD" [DX9 specific]
                        Description: Enable the use of nVidia NVPerfHUD
                        Values: true, false
                        Default: false
        */
            virtual RenderWindow* createRenderWindow(const String &name, unsigned int width, unsigned int height, 
                  bool fullScreen, const NameValuePairList *miscParams = 0) = 0;

            /** Creates and registers a render texture object.
                  @param name 
                        The name for the new render texture. Note that names must be unique.
                  @param width
                        The requested width for the render texture. See Remarks for more info.
                  @param height
                        The requested width for the render texture. See Remarks for more info.
                  @param texType
                        The type of texture; defaults to TEX_TYPE_2D
                  @param internalFormat
                        The internal format of the texture; defaults to PF_X8R8G8B8
                  @param miscParams This parameter is ignored.
                  @returns
                        On succes, a pointer to a new platform-dependernt, RenderTexture-derived
                        class is returned. On failiure, NULL is returned.
                  @remarks
                        Because a render texture is basically a wrapper around a texture object,
                        the width and height parameters of this method just hint the preferred
                        size for the texture. Depending on the hardware driver or the underlying
                        API, these values might change when the texture is created. The same applies
                        to the internalFormat parameter.
            @deprecated
                This method is deprecated, and exists only for backward compatibility. You can create
                arbitrary rendertextures with the TextureManager::createManual call with usage
                TU_RENDERTARGET.
            */
            RenderTexture * createRenderTexture( const String & name, unsigned int width, unsigned int height,
                  TextureType texType = TEX_TYPE_2D, PixelFormat internalFormat = PF_X8R8G8B8, 
                  const NameValuePairList *miscParams = 0 ); 

            /**   Create a MultiRenderTarget, which is a render target that renders to multiple RenderTextures
                  at once. Surfaces can be bound and unbound at will.
                  This fails if mCapabilities->numMultiRenderTargets() is smaller than 2.
            */
            virtual MultiRenderTarget * createMultiRenderTarget(const String & name) = 0; 

        /** Destroys a render window */
        virtual void destroyRenderWindow(const String& name);
        /** Destroys a render texture */
        virtual void destroyRenderTexture(const String& name);
        /** Destroys a render target of any sort */
        virtual void destroyRenderTarget(const String& name);

        /** Attaches the passed render target to the render system.
        */
        virtual void attachRenderTarget( RenderTarget &target );
        /** Returns a pointer to the render target with the passed name, or NULL if that
            render target cannot be found.
        */
        virtual RenderTarget * getRenderTarget( const String &name );
        /** Detaches the render target with the passed name from the render system and
            returns a pointer to it.
            @note
                If the render target cannot be found, NULL is returned.
        */
        virtual RenderTarget * detachRenderTarget( const String &name );

            /// Iterator over RenderTargets
00420             typedef MapIterator<Ogre::RenderTargetMap> RenderTargetIterator;

            /** Returns a specialised MapIterator over all render targets attached to the RenderSystem. */
00423             virtual RenderTargetIterator getRenderTargetIterator(void) {
                  return RenderTargetIterator( mRenderTargets.begin(), mRenderTargets.end() );
            }
        /** Returns a description of an error code.
        */
        virtual String getErrorDescription(long errorNumber) const = 0;

        /** Defines whether or now fullscreen render windows wait for the vertical blank before flipping buffers.
            @remarks
                By default, all rendering windows wait for a vertical blank (when the CRT beam turns off briefly to move
                from the bottom right of the screen back to the top left) before flipping the screen buffers. This ensures
                that the image you see on the screen is steady. However it restricts the frame rate to the refresh rate of
                the monitor, and can slow the frame rate down. You can speed this up by not waiting for the blank, but
                this has the downside of introducing 'tearing' artefacts where part of the previous frame is still displayed
                as the buffers are switched. Speed vs quality, you choose.
            @note
                Has NO effect on windowed mode render targets. Only affects fullscreen mode.
            @param
                enabled If true, the system waits for vertical blanks - quality over speed. If false it doesn't - speed over quality.
        */
        void setWaitForVerticalBlank(bool enabled);

        /** Returns true if the system is synchronising frames with the monitor vertical blank.
        */
        bool getWaitForVerticalBlank(void) const;

        // ------------------------------------------------------------------------
        //                     Internal Rendering Access
        // All methods below here are normally only called by other OGRE classes
        // They can be called by library user if required
        // ------------------------------------------------------------------------


        /** Tells the rendersystem to use the attached set of lights (and no others) 
        up to the number specified (this allows the same list to be used with different
        count limits) */
        virtual void _useLights(const LightList& lights, unsigned short limit) = 0;
        /** Sets the world transform matrix. */
        virtual void _setWorldMatrix(const Matrix4 &m) = 0;
        /** Sets multiple world matrices (vertex blending). */
        virtual void _setWorldMatrices(const Matrix4* m, unsigned short count);
        /** Sets the view transform matrix */
        virtual void _setViewMatrix(const Matrix4 &m) = 0;
        /** Sets the projection transform matrix */
        virtual void _setProjectionMatrix(const Matrix4 &m) = 0;
        /** Utility function for setting all the properties of a texture unit at once.
            This method is also worth using over the individual texture unit settings because it
            only sets those settings which are different from the current settings for this
            unit, thus minimising render state changes.
        */
        virtual void _setTextureUnitSettings(size_t texUnit, TextureUnitState& tl);
        /** Turns off a texture unit. */
        virtual void _disableTextureUnit(size_t texUnit);
        /** Disables all texture units from the given unit upwards */
        virtual void _disableTextureUnitsFrom(size_t texUnit);
        /** Sets the surface properties to be used for future rendering.

            This method sets the the properties of the surfaces of objects
            to be rendered after it. In this context these surface properties
            are the amount of each type of light the object reflects (determining
            it's colour under different types of light), whether it emits light
            itself, and how shiny it is. Textures are not dealt with here,
            see the _setTetxure method for details.
            This method is used by _setMaterial so does not need to be called
            direct if that method is being used.

            @param ambient The amount of ambient (sourceless and directionless)
            light an object reflects. Affected by the colour/amount of ambient light in the scene.
            @param diffuse The amount of light from directed sources that is
            reflected (affected by colour/amount of point, directed and spot light sources)
            @param specular The amount of specular light reflected. This is also
            affected by directed light sources but represents the colour at the
            highlights of the object.
            @param emissive The colour of light emitted from the object. Note that
            this will make an object seem brighter and not dependent on lights in
            the scene, but it will not act as a light, so will not illuminate other
            objects. Use a light attached to the same SceneNode as the object for this purpose.
            @param shininess A value which only has an effect on specular highlights (so
            specular must be non-black). The higher this value, the smaller and crisper the
            specular highlights will be, imitating a more highly polished surface.
            This value is not constrained to 0.0-1.0, in fact it is likely to
            be more (10.0 gives a modest sheen to an object).
            @param tracking A bit field that describes which of the ambient, diffuse, specular
            and emissive colours follow the vertex colour of the primitive. When a bit in this field is set
            its ColourValue is ignored. This is a combination of TVC_AMBIENT, TVC_DIFFUSE, TVC_SPECULAR(note that the shininess value is still
            taken from shininess) and TVC_EMISSIVE. TVC_NONE means that there will be no material property
            tracking the vertex colours.
        */
        virtual void _setSurfaceParams(const ColourValue &ambient,
            const ColourValue &diffuse, const ColourValue &specular,
            const ColourValue &emissive, Real shininess,
            TrackVertexColourType tracking = TVC_NONE) = 0;

            /** Sets whether or not rendering points using OT_POINT_LIST will 
                  render point sprites (textured quads) or plain points.
            @param enabled True enables point sprites, false returns to normal
                  point rendering.
            */    
            virtual void _setPointSpritesEnabled(bool enabled) = 0;

            /** Sets the size of points and how they are attenuated with distance.
            @remarks
                  When performing point rendering or point sprite rendering,
                  point size can be attenuated with distance. The equation for
                  doing this is attenuation = 1 / (constant + linear * dist + quadratic * d^2) .
            @par
                  For example, to disable distance attenuation (constant screensize) 
                  you would set constant to 1, and linear and quadratic to 0. A
                  standard perspective attenuation would be 0, 1, 0 respectively.
            */
            virtual void _setPointParameters(Real size, bool attenuationEnabled, 
                  Real constant, Real linear, Real quadratic, Real minSize, Real maxSize) = 0;


        /**
          Sets the texture to bind to a given texture unit.

          User processes would not normally call this direct unless rendering
          primitives themselves.

          @param unit The index of the texture unit to modify. Multitexturing 
                  hardware can support multiple units (see 
                  RenderSystemCapabilites::getNumTextureUnits)
          @param enabled Boolean to turn the unit on/off
          @param texPtr Pointer to the texture to use.
         */
        virtual void _setTexture(size_t unit, bool enabled, 
                  const TexturePtr &texPtr) = 0;
        /**
          Sets the texture to bind to a given texture unit.

          User processes would not normally call this direct unless rendering
          primitives themselves.

          @param unit The index of the texture unit to modify. Multitexturing 
                  hardware can support multiple units (see 
                  RenderSystemCapabilites::getNumTextureUnits)
          @param enabled Boolean to turn the unit on/off
          @param texname The name of the texture to use - this should have
              already been loaded with TextureManager::load.
         */
        virtual void _setTexture(size_t unit, bool enabled, const String &texname);

            /** Binds a texture to a vertex sampler.
            @remarks
                  Not all rendersystems support separate vertex samplers. For those that
                  do, you can set a texture for them, separate to the regular texture
                  samplers, using this method. For those that don't, you should use the
                  regular texture samplers which are shared between the vertex and
                  fragment units; calling this method will throw an exception.
                  @see RenderSystemCapabilites::getVertexTextureUnitsShared
            */
            virtual void _setVertexTexture(size_t unit, const TexturePtr& tex);

        /**
          Sets the texture coordinate set to use for a texture unit.

          Meant for use internally - not generally used directly by apps - the Material and TextureUnitState
          classes let you manage textures far more easily.

          @param unit Texture unit as above
          @param index The index of the texture coordinate set to use.
         */
        virtual void _setTextureCoordSet(size_t unit, size_t index) = 0;

        /**
          Sets a method for automatically calculating texture coordinates for a stage.
          Should not be used by apps - for use by Ogre only.
          @param unit Texture unit as above
          @param m Calculation method to use
          @param frustum Optional Frustum param, only used for projective effects
         */
        virtual void _setTextureCoordCalculation(size_t unit, TexCoordCalcMethod m, 
            const Frustum* frustum = 0) = 0;

        /** Sets the texture blend modes from a TextureUnitState record.
            Meant for use internally only - apps should use the Material
            and TextureUnitState classes.
            @param unit Texture unit as above
            @param bm Details of the blending mode
        */
        virtual void _setTextureBlendMode(size_t unit, const LayerBlendModeEx& bm) = 0;

        /** Sets the filtering options for a given texture unit.
        @param unit The texture unit to set the filtering options for
        @param minFilter The filter used when a texture is reduced in size
        @param magFilter The filter used when a texture is magnified
        @param mipFilter The filter used between mipmap levels, FO_NONE disables mipmapping
        */
        virtual void _setTextureUnitFiltering(size_t unit, FilterOptions minFilter,
            FilterOptions magFilter, FilterOptions mipFilter);

        /** Sets a single filter for a given texture unit.
        @param unit The texture unit to set the filtering options for
        @param ftype The filter type
        @param filter The filter to be used
        */
        virtual void _setTextureUnitFiltering(size_t unit, FilterType ftype, FilterOptions filter) = 0;

            /** Sets the maximal anisotropy for the specified texture unit.*/
            virtual void _setTextureLayerAnisotropy(size_t unit, unsigned int maxAnisotropy) = 0;

            /** Sets the texture addressing mode for a texture unit.*/
        virtual void _setTextureAddressingMode(size_t unit, const TextureUnitState::UVWAddressingMode& uvw) = 0;

            /** Sets the texture border colour for a texture unit.*/
        virtual void _setTextureBorderColour(size_t unit, const ColourValue& colour) = 0;

            /** Sets the mipmap bias value for a given texture unit.
            @remarks
                  This allows you to adjust the mipmap calculation up or down for a
                  given texture unit. Negative values force a larger mipmap to be used, 
                  positive values force a smaller mipmap to be used. Units are in numbers
                  of levels, so +1 forces the mipmaps to one smaller level.
            @note Only does something if render system has capability RSC_MIPMAP_LOD_BIAS.
            */
            virtual void _setTextureMipmapBias(size_t unit, float bias) = 0;

            /** Sets the texture coordinate transformation matrix for a texture unit.
            @param unit Texture unit to affect
            @param xform The 4x4 matrix
        */
        virtual void _setTextureMatrix(size_t unit, const Matrix4& xform) = 0;

        /** Sets the global blending factors for combining subsequent renders with the existing frame contents.
            The result of the blending operation is:</p>
            <p align="center">final = (texture * sourceFactor) + (pixel * destFactor)</p>
            Each of the factors is specified as one of a number of options, as specified in the SceneBlendFactor
            enumerated type.
            @param sourceFactor The source factor in the above calculation, i.e. multiplied by the texture colour components.
            @param destFactor The destination factor in the above calculation, i.e. multiplied by the pixel colour components.
        */
        virtual void _setSceneBlending(SceneBlendFactor sourceFactor, SceneBlendFactor destFactor) = 0;

        /** Sets the global alpha rejection approach for future renders.
            By default images are rendered regardless of texture alpha. This method lets you change that.
            @param func The comparison function which must pass for a pixel to be written.
            @param val The value to compare each pixels alpha value to (0-255)
        */
        virtual void _setAlphaRejectSettings(CompareFunction func, unsigned char value) = 0;
        /**
         * Signifies the beginning of a frame, ie the start of rendering on a single viewport. Will occur
         * several times per complete frame if multiple viewports exist.
         */
        virtual void _beginFrame(void) = 0;


        /**
         * Ends rendering of a frame to the current viewport.
         */
        virtual void _endFrame(void) = 0;
        /**
          Sets the provided viewport as the active one for future
          rendering operations. This viewport is aware of it's own
          camera and render target. Must be implemented by subclass.

          @param target Pointer to the appropriate viewport.
         */
        virtual void _setViewport(Viewport *vp) = 0;
        /** Get the current active viewport for rendering. */
        virtual Viewport* _getViewport(void);

        /** Sets the culling mode for the render system based on the 'vertex winding'.
            A typical way for the rendering engine to cull triangles is based on the
            'vertex winding' of triangles. Vertex winding refers to the direction in
            which the vertices are passed or indexed to in the rendering operation as viewed
            from the camera, and will wither be clockwise or anticlockwise (that's 'counterclockwise' for
            you Americans out there ;) The default is CULL_CLOCKWISE i.e. that only triangles whose vertices
            are passed/indexed in anticlockwise order are rendered - this is a common approach and is used in 3D studio models
            for example. You can alter this culling mode if you wish but it is not advised unless you know what you are doing.
            You may wish to use the CULL_NONE option for mesh data that you cull yourself where the vertex
            winding is uncertain.
        */
        virtual void _setCullingMode(CullingMode mode) = 0;

        virtual CullingMode _getCullingMode(void) const;

        /** Sets the mode of operation for depth buffer tests from this point onwards.
            Sometimes you may wish to alter the behaviour of the depth buffer to achieve
            special effects. Because it's unlikely that you'll set these options for an entire frame,
            but rather use them to tweak settings between rendering objects, this is an internal
            method (indicated by the '_' prefix) which will be used by a SceneManager implementation
            rather than directly from the client application.
            If this method is never called the settings are automatically the same as the default parameters.
            @param depthTest If true, the depth buffer is tested for each pixel and the frame buffer is only updated
                if the depth function test succeeds. If false, no test is performed and pixels are always written.
            @param depthWrite If true, the depth buffer is updated with the depth of the new pixel if the depth test succeeds.
                If false, the depth buffer is left unchanged even if a new pixel is written.
            @param depthFunction Sets the function required for the depth test.
        */
        virtual void _setDepthBufferParams(bool depthTest = true, bool depthWrite = true, CompareFunction depthFunction = CMPF_LESS_EQUAL) = 0;

        /** Sets whether or not the depth buffer check is performed before a pixel write.
            @param enabled If true, the depth buffer is tested for each pixel and the frame buffer is only updated
                if the depth function test succeeds. If false, no test is performed and pixels are always written.
        */
        virtual void _setDepthBufferCheckEnabled(bool enabled = true) = 0;
        /** Sets whether or not the depth buffer is updated after a pixel write.
            @param enabled If true, the depth buffer is updated with the depth of the new pixel if the depth test succeeds.
                If false, the depth buffer is left unchanged even if a new pixel is written.
        */
        virtual void _setDepthBufferWriteEnabled(bool enabled = true) = 0;
        /** Sets the comparison function for the depth buffer check.
            Advanced use only - allows you to choose the function applied to compare the depth values of
            new and existing pixels in the depth buffer. Only an issue if the deoth buffer check is enabled
            (see _setDepthBufferCheckEnabled)
            @param  func The comparison between the new depth and the existing depth which must return true
             for the new pixel to be written.
        */
        virtual void _setDepthBufferFunction(CompareFunction func = CMPF_LESS_EQUAL) = 0;
            /** Sets whether or not colour buffer writing is enabled, and for which channels. 
            @remarks
                  For some advanced effects, you may wish to turn off the writing of certain colour
                  channels, or even all of the colour channels so that only the depth buffer is updated
                  in a rendering pass. However, the chances are that you really want to use this option
                  through the Material class.
            @param red, green, blue, alpha Whether writing is enabled for each of the 4 colour channels. */
            virtual void _setColourBufferWriteEnabled(bool red, bool green, bool blue, bool alpha) = 0;
        /** Sets the depth bias, NB you should use the Material version of this. 
        @remarks
            When polygons are coplanar, you can get problems with 'depth fighting' where
            the pixels from the two polys compete for the same screen pixel. This is particularly
            a problem for decals (polys attached to another surface to represent details such as
            bulletholes etc.).
        @par
            A way to combat this problem is to use a depth bias to adjust the depth buffer value
            used for the decal such that it is slightly higher than the true value, ensuring that
            the decal appears on top.
            @note
                  The final bias value is a combination of a constant bias and a bias proportional
                  to the maximum depth slope of the polygon being rendered. The final bias
                  is constantBias + slopeScaleBias * maxslope. Slope scale biasing is
                  generally preferable but is not available on older hardware.
        @param constantBias The constant bias value, expressed as a value in 
                  homogenous depth coordinates.
            @param slopeScaleBias The bias value which is factored by the maximum slope
                  of the polygon, see the description above. This is not supported by all
                  cards.

        */
        virtual void _setDepthBias(float constantBias, float slopeScaleBias = 0.0f) = 0;
        /** Sets the fogging mode for future geometry.
            @param mode Set up the mode of fog as described in the FogMode enum, or set to FOG_NONE to turn off.
            @param colour The colour of the fog. Either set this to the same as your viewport background colour,
                or to blend in with a skydome or skybox.
            @param expDensity The density of the fog in FOG_EXP or FOG_EXP2 mode, as a value between 0 and 1. The default is 1. i.e. completely opaque, lower values can mean
                that fog never completely obscures the scene.
            @param linearStart Distance at which linear fog starts to encroach. The distance must be passed
                as a parametric value between 0 and 1, with 0 being the near clipping plane, and 1 being the far clipping plane. Only applicable if mode is FOG_LINEAR.
            @param linearEnd Distance at which linear fog becomes completely opaque.The distance must be passed
                as a parametric value between 0 and 1, with 0 being the near clipping plane, and 1 being the far clipping plane. Only applicable if mode is FOG_LINEAR.
        */
        virtual void _setFog(FogMode mode = FOG_NONE, const ColourValue& colour = ColourValue::White, Real expDensity = 1.0, Real linearStart = 0.0, Real linearEnd = 1.0) = 0;


        /** The RenderSystem will keep a count of tris rendered, this resets the count. */
        virtual void _beginGeometryCount(void);
        /** Reports the number of tris rendered since the last _beginGeometryCount call. */
        virtual unsigned int _getFaceCount(void) const;
            /** Reports the number of batches rendered since the last _beginGeometryCount call. */
            virtual unsigned int _getBatchCount(void) const;
        /** Reports the number of vertices passed to the renderer since the last _beginGeometryCount call. */
        virtual unsigned int _getVertexCount(void) const;

        /** Generates a packed data version of the passed in ColourValue suitable for
            use as with this RenderSystem.
        @remarks
            Since different render systems have different colour data formats (eg
            RGBA for GL, ARGB for D3D) this method allows you to use 1 method for all.
        @param colour The colour to convert
        @param pDest Pointer to location to put the result.
        */
        virtual void convertColourValue(const ColourValue& colour, uint32* pDest);
            /** Get the native VertexElementType for a compact 32-bit colour value
                  for this rendersystem.
            */
            virtual VertexElementType getColourVertexElementType(void) const = 0;

        /** Converts a uniform projection matrix to suitable for this render system.
        @remarks
            Because different APIs have different requirements (some incompatible) for the
            projection matrix, this method allows each to implement their own correctly and pass
            back a generic OGRE matrix for storage in the engine.
        */
        virtual void _convertProjectionMatrix(const Matrix4& matrix,
            Matrix4& dest, bool forGpuProgram = false) = 0;

        /** Builds a perspective projection matrix suitable for this render system.
        @remarks
            Because different APIs have different requirements (some incompatible) for the
            projection matrix, this method allows each to implement their own correctly and pass
            back a generic OGRE matrix for storage in the engine.
        */
        virtual void _makeProjectionMatrix(const Radian& fovy, Real aspect, Real nearPlane, Real farPlane, 
            Matrix4& dest, bool forGpuProgram = false) = 0;

        /** Builds a perspective projection matrix for the case when frustum is
            not centered around camera.
        @remarks
            Viewport coordinates are in camera coordinate frame, i.e. camera is 
            at the origin.
        */
        virtual void _makeProjectionMatrix(Real left, Real right, Real bottom, Real top, 
            Real nearPlane, Real farPlane, Matrix4& dest, bool forGpuProgram = false) = 0;
        /** Builds an orthographic projection matrix suitable for this render system.
        @remarks
            Because different APIs have different requirements (some incompatible) for the
            projection matrix, this method allows each to implement their own correctly and pass
            back a generic OGRE matrix for storage in the engine.
        */
        virtual void _makeOrthoMatrix(const Radian& fovy, Real aspect, Real nearPlane, Real farPlane, 
            Matrix4& dest, bool forGpuProgram = false) = 0;

            /** Update a perspective projection matrix to use 'oblique depth projection'.
            @remarks
                  This method can be used to change the nature of a perspective 
                  transform in order to make the near plane not perpendicular to the 
                  camera view direction, but to be at some different orientation. 
                  This can be useful for performing arbitrary clipping (e.g. to a 
                  reflection plane) which could otherwise only be done using user
                  clip planes, which are more expensive, and not necessarily supported
                  on all cards.
            @param matrix The existing projection matrix. Note that this must be a
                  perspective transform (not orthographic), and must not have already
                  been altered by this method. The matrix will be altered in-place.
            @param plane The plane which is to be used as the clipping plane. This
                  plane must be in CAMERA (view) space.
        @param forGpuProgram Is this for use with a Gpu program or fixed-function
            */
            virtual void _applyObliqueDepthProjection(Matrix4& matrix, const Plane& plane, 
            bool forGpuProgram) = 0;
            
        /** Sets how to rasterise triangles, as points, wireframe or solid polys. */
        virtual void _setPolygonMode(PolygonMode level) = 0;

        /** Turns stencil buffer checking on or off. 
        @remarks
            Stencilling (masking off areas of the rendering target based on the stencil 
            buffer) canbe turned on or off using this method. By default, stencilling is
            disabled.
        */
        virtual void setStencilCheckEnabled(bool enabled) = 0;
        /** Determines if this system supports hardware accelerated stencil buffer. 
        @remarks
            Note that the lack of this function doesn't mean you can't do stencilling, but
            the stencilling operations will be provided in software, which will NOT be
            fast.
        @par
            Generally hardware stencils are only supported in 32-bit colour modes, because
            the stencil buffer shares the memory of the z-buffer, and in most cards the 
            z-buffer has to be the same depth as the colour buffer. This means that in 32-bit
            mode, 24 bits of the z-buffer are depth and 8 bits are stencil. In 16-bit mode there
            is no room for a stencil (although some cards support a 15:1 depth:stencil option,
            this isn't useful for very much) so 8 bits of stencil are provided in software.
            This can mean that if you use stencilling, your applications may be faster in 
            32-but colour than in 16-bit, which may seem odd to some people.
        */
        /*virtual bool hasHardwareStencil(void) = 0;*/

        /** This method allows you to set all the stencil buffer parameters in one call.
        @remarks
            The stencil buffer is used to mask out pixels in the render target, allowing
            you to do effects like mirrors, cut-outs, stencil shadows and more. Each of
            your batches of rendering is likely to ignore the stencil buffer, 
            update it with new values, or apply it to mask the output of the render.
            The stencil test is:<PRE>
            (Reference Value & Mask) CompareFunction (Stencil Buffer Value & Mask)</PRE>
            The result of this will cause one of 3 actions depending on whether the test fails,
            succeeds but with the depth buffer check still failing, or succeeds with the
            depth buffer check passing too.
        @par
            Unlike other render states, stencilling is left for the application to turn
            on and off when it requires. This is because you are likely to want to change
            parameters between batches of arbitrary objects and control the ordering yourself.
            In order to batch things this way, you'll want to use OGRE's separate render queue
            groups (see RenderQueue) and register a RenderQueueListener to get notifications
            between batches.
        @par
            There are individual state change methods for each of the parameters set using 
            this method. 
            Note that the default values in this method represent the defaults at system 
            start up too.
        @param func The comparison function applied.
        @param refValue The reference value used in the comparison
        @param mask The bitmask applied to both the stencil value and the reference value 
            before comparison
        @param stencilFailOp The action to perform when the stencil check fails
        @param depthFailOp The action to perform when the stencil check passes, but the
            depth buffer check still fails
        @param passOp The action to take when both the stencil and depth check pass.
        @param twoSidedOperation If set to true, then if you render both back and front faces 
            (you'll have to turn off culling) then these parameters will apply for front faces, 
            and the inverse of them will happen for back faces (keep remains the same).
        */
        virtual void setStencilBufferParams(CompareFunction func = CMPF_ALWAYS_PASS, 
            uint32 refValue = 0, uint32 mask = 0xFFFFFFFF, 
            StencilOperation stencilFailOp = SOP_KEEP, 
            StencilOperation depthFailOp = SOP_KEEP,
            StencilOperation passOp = SOP_KEEP, 
            bool twoSidedOperation = false) = 0;



            /** Sets the current vertex declaration, ie the source of vertex data. */
            virtual void setVertexDeclaration(VertexDeclaration* decl) = 0;
            /** Sets the current vertex buffer binding state. */
            virtual void setVertexBufferBinding(VertexBufferBinding* binding) = 0;

        /** Sets whether or not normals are to be automatically normalised.
        @remarks
            This is useful when, for example, you are scaling SceneNodes such that
            normals may not be unit-length anymore. Note though that this has an
            overhead so should not be turn on unless you really need it.
        @par
            You should not normally call this direct unless you are rendering
            world geometry; set it on the Renderable because otherwise it will be
            overridden by material settings. 
        */
        virtual void setNormaliseNormals(bool normalise) = 0;

        /**
          Render something to the active viewport.

          Low-level rendering interface to perform rendering
          operations. Unlikely to be used directly by client
          applications, since the SceneManager and various support
          classes will be responsible for calling this method.
          Can only be called between _beginScene and _endScene

          @param op A rendering operation instance, which contains
            details of the operation to be performed.
         */
        virtual void _render(const RenderOperation& op);

            /** Gets the capabilities of the render system. */
00958             const RenderSystemCapabilities* getCapabilities(void) const { return mCapabilities; }

        /** Binds a given GpuProgram (but not the parameters). 
        @remarks Only one GpuProgram of each type can be bound at once, binding another
        one will simply replace the exsiting one.
        */
        virtual void bindGpuProgram(GpuProgram* prg);

        /** Bind Gpu program parameters.
        */
        virtual void bindGpuProgramParameters(GpuProgramType gptype, GpuProgramParametersSharedPtr params) = 0;
            /** Only binds Gpu program parameters used for passes that have more than one iteration rendering
        */
        virtual void bindGpuProgramPassIterationParameters(GpuProgramType gptype) = 0;
        /** Unbinds GpuPrograms of a given GpuProgramType.
        @remarks
            This returns the pipeline to fixed-function processing for this type.
        */
        virtual void unbindGpuProgram(GpuProgramType gptype);
        
        /** Returns whether or not a Gpu program of the given type is currently bound. */
        virtual bool isGpuProgramBound(GpuProgramType gptype);

        /** sets the clipping region.
        */
        virtual void setClipPlanes(const PlaneList& clipPlanes) = 0;

        /** Utility method for initialising all render targets attached to this rendering system. */
        virtual void _initRenderTargets(void);

        /** Utility method to notify all render targets that a camera has been removed, 
            incase they were referring to it as their viewer. 
        */
        virtual void _notifyCameraRemoved(const Camera* cam);

        /** Internal method for updating all render targets attached to this rendering system. */
        virtual void _updateAllRenderTargets(void);

        /** Set a clipping plane. */
        virtual void setClipPlane (ushort index, const Plane &p);
        /** Set a clipping plane. */
        virtual void setClipPlane (ushort index, Real A, Real B, Real C, Real D) = 0;
        /** Enable the clipping plane. */
        virtual void enableClipPlane (ushort index, bool enable) = 0;

        /** Sets whether or not vertex windings set should be inverted; this can be important
            for rendering reflections. */
        virtual void setInvertVertexWinding(bool invert);
        /** Sets the 'scissor region' ie the region of the target in which rendering can take place.
        @remarks
            This method allows you to 'mask off' rendering in all but a given rectangular area
            as identified by the parameters to this method.
        @note
            Not all systems support this method. Check the RenderSystemCapabilities for the
            RSC_SCISSOR_TEST capability to see if it is supported.
        @param enabled True to enable the scissor test, false to disable it.
        @param left, top, right, bottom The location of the corners of the rectangle, expressed in
            <i>pixels</i>.
        */
        virtual void setScissorTest(bool enabled, size_t left = 0, size_t top = 0, 
            size_t right = 800, size_t bottom = 600) = 0;

        /** Clears one or more frame buffers on the active render target. 
        @param buffers Combination of one or more elements of FrameBufferType
            denoting which buffers are to be cleared
        @param colour The colour to clear the colour buffer with, if enabled
        @param depth The value to initialise the depth buffer with, if enabled
        @param stencil The value to initialise the stencil buffer with, if enabled.
        */
        virtual void clearFrameBuffer(unsigned int buffers, 
            const ColourValue& colour = ColourValue::Black, 
            Real depth = 1.0f, unsigned short stencil = 0) = 0;
        /** Returns the horizontal texel offset value required for mapping 
            texel origins to pixel origins in this rendersystem.
        @remarks
            Since rendersystems sometimes disagree on the origin of a texel, 
            mapping from texels to pixels can sometimes be problematic to 
            implement generically. This method allows you to retrieve the offset
            required to map the origin of a texel to the origin of a pixel in
            the horizontal direction.
        */
        virtual Real getHorizontalTexelOffset(void) = 0;
        /** Returns the vertical texel offset value required for mapping 
        texel origins to pixel origins in this rendersystem.
        @remarks
        Since rendersystems sometimes disagree on the origin of a texel, 
        mapping from texels to pixels can sometimes be problematic to 
        implement generically. This method allows you to retrieve the offset
        required to map the origin of a texel to the origin of a pixel in
        the vertical direction.
        */
        virtual Real getVerticalTexelOffset(void) = 0;

        /** Gets the minimum (closest) depth value to be used when rendering
            using identity transforms.
        @remarks
            When using identity transforms you can manually set the depth
            of a vertex; however the input values required differ per
            rendersystem. This method lets you retrieve the correct value.
        @see Renderable::getUseIdentityView, Renderable::getUseIdentityProjection
        */
        virtual Real getMinimumDepthInputValue(void) = 0;
        /** Gets the maximum (farthest) depth value to be used when rendering
            using identity transforms.
        @remarks
            When using identity transforms you can manually set the depth
            of a vertex; however the input values required differ per
            rendersystem. This method lets you retrieve the correct value.
        @see Renderable::getUseIdentityView, Renderable::getUseIdentityProjection
        */
        virtual Real getMaximumDepthInputValue(void) = 0;
        /** set the current multi pass count value.  This must be set prior to 
            calling _render() if multiple renderings of the same pass state are 
            required.
        @param count Number of times to render the current state.
        */
01074         void setCurrentPassIterationCount(const size_t count) { mCurrentPassIterationCount = count; }

            /** Defines a listener on the custom events that this render system 
                  can raise.
            @see RenderSystem::addListener
            */
01080             class _OgreExport Listener
            {
            public:
                  Listener() {}
                  virtual ~Listener() {}

                  /** A rendersystem-specific event occurred.
                  @param eventName The name of the event which has occurred
                  @param parameters A list of parameters that may belong to this event,
                        may be null if there are no parameters
                  */
                  virtual void eventOccurred(const String& eventName, 
                        const NameValuePairList* parameters = 0) = 0;
            };
            /** Adds a listener to the custom events that this render system can raise.
            @remarks
                  Some render systems have quite specific, internally generated events 
                  that the application may wish to be notified of. Many applications
                  don't have to worry about these events, and can just trust OGRE to 
                  handle them, but if you want to know, you can add a listener here.
            @par
                  Events are raised very generically by string name. Perhaps the most 
                  common example of a render system specific event is the loss and 
                  restoration of a device in DirectX; which OGRE deals with, but you 
                  may wish to know when it happens. 
            @see RenderSystem::getRenderSystemEvents
            */
            virtual void addListener(Listener* l);
            /** Remove a listener to the custom events that this render system can raise.
            */
            virtual void removeListener(Listener* l);

            /** Gets a list of the rendersystem specific events that this rendersystem
                  can raise.
            @see RenderSystem::addListener
            */
01116             virtual const StringVector& getRenderSystemEvents(void) const { return mEventNames; }

            /** Tell the rendersystem to perform any prep tasks it needs to directly
                  before other threads which might access the rendering API are registered.
            @remarks
                  Call this from your main thread before starting your other threads
                  (which themselves should call registerThread()). Note that if you
                  start your own threads, there is a specific startup sequence which 
                  must be respected and requires synchronisation between the threads:
                  <ol>
                  <li>[Main thread]Call preExtraThreadsStarted</li>
                  <li>[Main thread]Start other thread, wait</li>
                  <li>[Other thread]Call registerThread, notify main thread & continue</li>
                  <li>[Main thread]Wake up & call postExtraThreadsStarted</li>
                  </ol>
                  Once this init sequence is completed the threads are independent but
                  this startup sequence must be respected.
            */
            virtual void preExtraThreadsStarted() = 0;

            /* Tell the rendersystem to perform any tasks it needs to directly
                  after other threads which might access the rendering API are registered.
            @see RenderSystem::preExtraThreadsStarted
            */
            virtual void postExtraThreadsStarted() = 0;
            
            /** Register the an additional thread which may make calls to rendersystem-related 
                  objects.
            @remarks
                  This method should only be called by additional threads during their
                  initialisation. If they intend to use hardware rendering system resources 
                  they should call this method before doing anything related to the render system.
                  Some rendering APIs require a per-thread setup and this method will sort that
                  out. It is also necessary to call unregisterThread before the thread shuts down.
            @note
                  This method takes no parameters - it must be called from the thread being
                  registered and that context is enough.
            */
            virtual void registerThread() = 0;
                  
            /** Unregister an additional thread which may make calls to rendersystem-related objects.
            @see RenderSystem::registerThread
            */
            virtual void unregisterThread() = 0;
    protected:

            
        /** The render targets. */
01164         RenderTargetMap mRenderTargets;
            /** The render targets, ordered by priority. */
01166             RenderTargetPriorityMap mPrioritisedRenderTargets;
            /** The Active render target. */
01168             RenderTarget * mActiveRenderTarget;
        /** The Active GPU programs and gpu program parameters*/
01170         GpuProgramParametersSharedPtr mActiveVertexGpuProgramParameters;
        GpuProgramParametersSharedPtr mActiveFragmentGpuProgramParameters;

        // Texture manager
        // A concrete class of this will be created and
        // made available under the TextureManager singleton,
        // managed by the RenderSystem
        TextureManager* mTextureManager;

        /// Used to store the capabilities of the graphics card
01180         RenderSystemCapabilities* mCapabilities;

        // Active viewport (dest for future rendering operations)
        Viewport* mActiveViewport;

        CullingMode mCullingMode;

        bool mVSync;
            bool mWBuffer;

        size_t mBatchCount;
        size_t mFaceCount;
        size_t mVertexCount;

            /// Saved manual colour blends
01195             ColourValue mManualBlendColours[OGRE_MAX_TEXTURE_LAYERS][2];

        bool mInvertVertexWinding;

        /// Texture units from this upwards are disabled
01200         size_t mDisabledTexUnitsFrom;

        /// number of times to render the current state
01203         size_t mCurrentPassIterationCount;

        /** updates pass iteration rendering state including bound gpu program parameter
            pass iteration auto constant entry
        @returns True if more iterations are required
        */
        bool updatePassIterationRenderState(void);

            /// List of names of events this rendersystem may raise
01212             StringVector mEventNames;

            /// Internal method for firing a rendersystem event
            virtual void fireEvent(const String& name, const NameValuePairList* params = 0);

            typedef std::list<Listener*> ListenerList;
            ListenerList mEventListeners;

            typedef std::list<HardwareOcclusionQuery*> HardwareOcclusionQueryList;
            HardwareOcclusionQueryList mHwOcclusionQueries;
            
            bool mVertexProgramBound;
            bool mFragmentProgramBound;
            


    };
}

#endif

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