Commit bcc1cb0d authored by Richard Gobeille's avatar Richard Gobeille
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engine: update to SDL 2af3f64e on Windows

parent da291bb1
......@@ -93,37 +93,121 @@ extern "C" {
/* @} */
/**
* This function initializes the subsystems specified by \c flags
* Initialize the SDL library.
*
* SDL_Init() simply forwards to calling SDL_InitSubSystem(). Therefore, the
* two may be used interchangeably. Though for readability of your code
* SDL_InitSubSystem() might be preferred.
*
* The file I/O (for example: SDL_RWFromFile) and threading (SDL_CreateThread)
* subsystems are initialized by default. Message boxes
* (SDL_ShowSimpleMessageBox) also attempt to work without initializing the
* video subsystem, in hopes of being useful in showing an error dialog when
* SDL_Init fails. You must specifically initialize other subsystems if you
* use them in your application.
*
* Logging (such as SDL_Log) works without initialization, too.
*
* `flags` may be any of the following OR'd together:
*
* - `SDL_INIT_TIMER`: timer subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_AUDIO`: audio subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_VIDEO`: video subsystem; automatically initializes the events
* subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_JOYSTICK`: joystick subsystem; automatically initializes the
* events subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_HAPTIC`: haptic (force feedback) subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_GAMECONTROLLER`: controller subsystem; automatically
* initializes the joystick subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_EVENTS`: events subsystem
* - `SDL_INIT_EVERYTHING`: all of the above subsystems
* - `SDL_INIT_NOPARACHUTE`: compatibility; this flag is ignored
*
* Subsystem initialization is ref-counted, you must call SDL_QuitSubSystem()
* for each SDL_InitSubSystem() to correctly shutdown a subsystem manually (or
* call SDL_Quit() to force shutdown). If a subsystem is already loaded then
* this call will increase the ref-count and return.
*
* \param flags subsystem initialization flags
* \returns 0 on success or a negative error code on failure; call
* SDL_GetError() for more information.
*
* \sa SDL_InitSubSystem
* \sa SDL_Quit
* \sa SDL_SetMainReady
* \sa SDL_WasInit
*/
extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_Init(Uint32 flags);
/**
* This function initializes specific SDL subsystems
* Compatibility function to initialize the SDL library.
*
* In SDL2, this function and SDL_Init() are interchangeable.
*
* \param flags any of the flags used by SDL_Init(); see SDL_Init for details.
* \returns 0 on success or a negative error code on failure; call
* SDL_GetError() for more information.
*
* Subsystem initialization is ref-counted, you must call
* SDL_QuitSubSystem() for each SDL_InitSubSystem() to correctly
* shutdown a subsystem manually (or call SDL_Quit() to force shutdown).
* If a subsystem is already loaded then this call will
* increase the ref-count and return.
* \sa SDL_Init
* \sa SDL_Quit
* \sa SDL_QuitSubSystem
*/
extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_InitSubSystem(Uint32 flags);
/**
* This function cleans up specific SDL subsystems
* Shut down specific SDL subsystems.
*
* If you start a subsystem using a call to that subsystem's init function
* (for example SDL_VideoInit()) instead of SDL_Init() or SDL_InitSubSystem(),
* SDL_QuitSubSystem() and SDL_WasInit() will not work. You will need to use
* that subsystem's quit function (SDL_VideoQuit()) directly instead. But
* generally, you should not be using those functions directly anyhow; use
* SDL_Init() instead.
*
* You still need to call SDL_Quit() even if you close all open subsystems
* with SDL_QuitSubSystem().
*
* \param flags any of the flags used by SDL_Init(); see SDL_Init for details.
*
* \sa SDL_InitSubSystem
* \sa SDL_Quit
*/
extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_QuitSubSystem(Uint32 flags);
/**
* This function returns a mask of the specified subsystems which have
* previously been initialized.
* Get a mask of the specified subsystems which are currently initialized.
*
* \param flags any of the flags used by SDL_Init(); see SDL_Init for details.
* \returns If `flags` is 0 it returns a mask of all initialized subsystems,
* otherwise it returns the initialization status of the specified
* subsystems.
*
* If \c flags is 0, it returns a mask of all initialized subsystems.
* The return value does not include SDL_INIT_NOPARACHUTE.
*
* \sa SDL_Init
* \sa SDL_InitSubSystem
*/
extern DECLSPEC Uint32 SDLCALL SDL_WasInit(Uint32 flags);
/**
* This function cleans up all initialized subsystems. You should
* call it upon all exit conditions.
* Clean up all initialized subsystems.
*
* You should call this function even if you have already shutdown each
* initialized subsystem with SDL_QuitSubSystem(). It is safe to call this
* function even in the case of errors in initialization.
*
* If you start a subsystem using a call to that subsystem's init function
* (for example SDL_VideoInit()) instead of SDL_Init() or SDL_InitSubSystem(),
* then you must use that subsystem's quit function (SDL_VideoQuit()) to shut
* it down before calling SDL_Quit(). But generally, you should not be using
* those functions directly anyhow; use SDL_Init() instead.
*
* You can use this function with atexit() to ensure that it is run when your
* application is shutdown, but it is not wise to do this from a library or
* other dynamically loaded code.
*
* \sa SDL_Init
* \sa SDL_QuitSubSystem
*/
extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_Quit(void);
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......@@ -189,92 +189,115 @@ extern DECLSPEC SDL_AssertState SDLCALL SDL_ReportAssertion(SDL_AssertData *,
#define SDL_assert_always(condition) SDL_enabled_assert(condition)
/**
* A callback that fires when an SDL assertion fails.
*
* \param data a pointer to the SDL_AssertData structure corresponding to the
* current assertion
* \param userdata what was passed as `userdata` to SDL_SetAssertionHandler()
* \returns an SDL_AssertState value indicating how to handle the failure.
*/
typedef SDL_AssertState (SDLCALL *SDL_AssertionHandler)(
const SDL_AssertData* data, void* userdata);
/**
* \brief Set an application-defined assertion handler.
* Set an application-defined assertion handler.
*
* This allows an app to show its own assertion UI and/or force the
* response to an assertion failure. If the app doesn't provide this, SDL
* will try to do the right thing, popping up a system-specific GUI dialog,
* and probably minimizing any fullscreen windows.
* This function allows an application to show its own assertion UI and/or
* force the response to an assertion failure. If the application doesn't
* provide this, SDL will try to do the right thing, popping up a
* system-specific GUI dialog, and probably minimizing any fullscreen windows.
*
* This callback may fire from any thread, but it runs wrapped in a mutex, so
* it will only fire from one thread at a time.
* This callback may fire from any thread, but it runs wrapped in a mutex, so
* it will only fire from one thread at a time.
*
* Setting the callback to NULL restores SDL's original internal handler.
* This callback is NOT reset to SDL's internal handler upon SDL_Quit()!
*
* This callback is NOT reset to SDL's internal handler upon SDL_Quit()!
* \param handler the SDL_AssertionHandler function to call when an assertion
* fails or NULL for the default handler
* \param userdata a pointer that is passed to `handler`
*
* Return SDL_AssertState value of how to handle the assertion failure.
*
* \param handler Callback function, called when an assertion fails.
* \param userdata A pointer passed to the callback as-is.
* \sa SDL_GetAssertionHandler
*/
extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_SetAssertionHandler(
SDL_AssertionHandler handler,
void *userdata);
/**
* \brief Get the default assertion handler.
* Get the default assertion handler.
*
* This returns the function pointer that is called by default when an
* assertion is triggered. This is an internal function provided by SDL, that
* is used for assertions when SDL_SetAssertionHandler() hasn't been used to
* provide a different function.
*
* This returns the function pointer that is called by default when an
* assertion is triggered. This is an internal function provided by SDL,
* that is used for assertions when SDL_SetAssertionHandler() hasn't been
* used to provide a different function.
* \returns the default SDL_AssertionHandler that is called when an assert
* triggers.
*
* \return The default SDL_AssertionHandler that is called when an assert triggers.
* \since This function is available since SDL 2.0.2.
*
* \sa SDL_GetAssertionHandler
*/
extern DECLSPEC SDL_AssertionHandler SDLCALL SDL_GetDefaultAssertionHandler(void);
/**
* \brief Get the current assertion handler.
* Get the current assertion handler.
*
* This returns the function pointer that is called when an assertion is
* triggered. This is either the value last passed to
* SDL_SetAssertionHandler(), or if no application-specified function is set,
* is equivalent to calling SDL_GetDefaultAssertionHandler().
*
* The parameter `puserdata` is a pointer to a void*, which will store the
* "userdata" pointer that was passed to SDL_SetAssertionHandler(). This value
* will always be NULL for the default handler. If you don't care about this
* data, it is safe to pass a NULL pointer to this function to ignore it.
*
* This returns the function pointer that is called when an assertion is
* triggered. This is either the value last passed to
* SDL_SetAssertionHandler(), or if no application-specified function is
* set, is equivalent to calling SDL_GetDefaultAssertionHandler().
* \param puserdata pointer which is filled with the "userdata" pointer that
* was passed to SDL_SetAssertionHandler()
* \returns the SDL_AssertionHandler that is called when an assert triggers.
*
* \param puserdata Pointer to a void*, which will store the "userdata"
* pointer that was passed to SDL_SetAssertionHandler().
* This value will always be NULL for the default handler.
* If you don't care about this data, it is safe to pass
* a NULL pointer to this function to ignore it.
* \return The SDL_AssertionHandler that is called when an assert triggers.
* \since This function is available since SDL 2.0.2.
*
* \sa SDL_SetAssertionHandler
*/
extern DECLSPEC SDL_AssertionHandler SDLCALL SDL_GetAssertionHandler(void **puserdata);
/**
* \brief Get a list of all assertion failures.
* Get a list of all assertion failures.
*
* This function gets all assertions triggered since the last call to
* SDL_ResetAssertionReport(), or the start of the program.
*
* Get all assertions triggered since last call to SDL_ResetAssertionReport(),
* or the start of the program.
* The proper way to examine this data looks something like this:
*
* The proper way to examine this data looks something like this:
* ```c
* const SDL_AssertData *item = SDL_GetAssertionReport();
* while (item) {
* printf("'%s', %s (%s:%d), triggered %u times, always ignore: %s.\\n",
* item->condition, item->function, item->filename,
* item->linenum, item->trigger_count,
* item->always_ignore ? "yes" : "no");
* item = item->next;
* }
* ```
*
* <code>
* const SDL_AssertData *item = SDL_GetAssertionReport();
* while (item) {
* printf("'%s', %s (%s:%d), triggered %u times, always ignore: %s.\\n",
* item->condition, item->function, item->filename,
* item->linenum, item->trigger_count,
* item->always_ignore ? "yes" : "no");
* item = item->next;
* }
* </code>
* \returns a list of all failed assertions or NULL if the list is empty. This
* memory should not be modified or freed by the application.
*
* \return List of all assertions.
* \sa SDL_ResetAssertionReport
* \sa SDL_ResetAssertionReport
*/
extern DECLSPEC const SDL_AssertData * SDLCALL SDL_GetAssertionReport(void);
/**
* \brief Reset the list of all assertion failures.
* Clear the list of all assertion failures.
*
* Reset list of all assertions triggered.
* This function will clear the list of all assertions triggered up to that
* point. Immediately following this call, SDL_GetAssertionReport will return
* no items. In addition, any previously-triggered assertions will be reset to
* a trigger_count of zero, and their always_ignore state will be false.
*
* \sa SDL_GetAssertionReport
* \sa SDL_GetAssertionReport
*/
extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_ResetAssertionReport(void);
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......@@ -89,25 +89,47 @@ extern "C" {
typedef int SDL_SpinLock;
/**
* \brief Try to lock a spin lock by setting it to a non-zero value.
* Try to lock a spin lock by setting it to a non-zero value.
*
* \param lock Points to the lock.
* ***Please note that spinlocks are dangerous if you don't know what you're
* doing. Please be careful using any sort of spinlock!***
*
* \return SDL_TRUE if the lock succeeded, SDL_FALSE if the lock is already held.
* \param lock a pointer to a lock variable
* \returns SDL_TRUE if the lock succeeded, SDL_FALSE if the lock is already
* held.
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicLock
* \sa SDL_AtomicUnlock
*/
extern DECLSPEC SDL_bool SDLCALL SDL_AtomicTryLock(SDL_SpinLock *lock);
/**
* \brief Lock a spin lock by setting it to a non-zero value.
* Lock a spin lock by setting it to a non-zero value.
*
* ***Please note that spinlocks are dangerous if you don't know what you're
* doing. Please be careful using any sort of spinlock!***
*
* \param lock Points to the lock.
* \param lock a pointer to a lock variable
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicTryLock
* \sa SDL_AtomicUnlock
*/
extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_AtomicLock(SDL_SpinLock *lock);
/**
* \brief Unlock a spin lock by setting it to 0. Always returns immediately
* Unlock a spin lock by setting it to 0.
*
* Always returns immediately.
*
* ***Please note that spinlocks are dangerous if you don't know what you're
* doing. Please be careful using any sort of spinlock!***
*
* \param lock a pointer to a lock variable
*
* \since This function is available since SDL 2.0.0.
*
* \param lock Points to the lock.
* \sa SDL_AtomicLock
* \sa SDL_AtomicTryLock
*/
extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_AtomicUnlock(SDL_SpinLock *lock);
......@@ -216,32 +238,68 @@ typedef void (*SDL_KernelMemoryBarrierFunc)();
typedef struct { int value; } SDL_atomic_t;
/**
* \brief Set an atomic variable to a new value if it is currently an old value.
* Set an atomic variable to a new value if it is
* currently an old value.
*
* \return SDL_TRUE if the atomic variable was set, SDL_FALSE otherwise.
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \note If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use it!
*/
* \param a a pointer to an SDL_atomic_t variable to be modified
* \param oldval the old value
* \param newval the new value
* \returns SDL_TRUE if the atomic variable was set, SDL_FALSE otherwise.
*
* \since This function is available since SDL 2.0.0.
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicCASPtr
* \sa SDL_AtomicGet
* \sa SDL_AtomicSet
*/
extern DECLSPEC SDL_bool SDLCALL SDL_AtomicCAS(SDL_atomic_t *a, int oldval, int newval);
/**
* \brief Set an atomic variable to a value.
* Set an atomic variable to a value.
*
* This function also acts as a full memory barrier.
*
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \param a a pointer to an SDL_atomic_t variable to be modified
* \param v the desired value
* \returns the previous value of the atomic variable.
*
* \return The previous value of the atomic variable.
* \sa SDL_AtomicGet
*/
extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_AtomicSet(SDL_atomic_t *a, int v);
/**
* \brief Get the value of an atomic variable
* Get the value of an atomic variable.
*
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \param a a pointer to an SDL_atomic_t variable
* \returns the current value of an atomic variable.
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicSet
*/
extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_AtomicGet(SDL_atomic_t *a);
/**
* \brief Add to an atomic variable.
* Add to an atomic variable.
*
* This function also acts as a full memory barrier.
*
* \return The previous value of the atomic variable.
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \note This same style can be used for any number operation
* \param a a pointer to an SDL_atomic_t variable to be modified
* \param v the desired value to add
* \returns the previous value of the atomic variable.
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicDecRef
* \sa SDL_AtomicIncRef
*/
extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_AtomicAdd(SDL_atomic_t *a, int v);
......@@ -263,23 +321,51 @@ extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_AtomicAdd(SDL_atomic_t *a, int v);
#endif
/**
* \brief Set a pointer to a new value if it is currently an old value.
* Set a pointer to a new value if it is currently an old
* value.
*
* \return SDL_TRUE if the pointer was set, SDL_FALSE otherwise.
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \note If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use it!
*/
* \param a a pointer to a pointer
* \param oldval the old pointer value
* \param newval the new pointer value
* \returns SDL_TRUE if the pointer was set, SDL_FALSE otherwise.
*
* \since This function is available since SDL 2.0.0.
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicCAS
* \sa SDL_AtomicGetPtr
* \sa SDL_AtomicSetPtr
*/
extern DECLSPEC SDL_bool SDLCALL SDL_AtomicCASPtr(void **a, void *oldval, void *newval);
/**
* \brief Set a pointer to a value atomically.
* Set a pointer to a value atomically.
*
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \param a a pointer to a pointer
* \param v the desired pointer value
* \returns the previous value of the pointer.
*
* \return The previous value of the pointer.
* \sa SDL_AtomicCASPtr
* \sa SDL_AtomicGetPtr
*/
extern DECLSPEC void* SDLCALL SDL_AtomicSetPtr(void **a, void* v);
/**
* \brief Get the value of a pointer atomically.
* Get the value of a pointer atomically.
*
* ***Note: If you don't know what this function is for, you shouldn't use
* it!***
*
* \param a a pointer to a pointer
* \returns the current value of a pointer.
*
* \sa SDL_AtomicCASPtr
* \sa SDL_AtomicSetPtr
*/
extern DECLSPEC void* SDLCALL SDL_AtomicGetPtr(void **a);
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} SDL_BlendFactor;
/**
* \brief Create a custom blend mode, which may or may not be supported by a given renderer
*
* \param srcColorFactor source color factor
* \param dstColorFactor destination color factor
* \param colorOperation color operation
* \param srcAlphaFactor source alpha factor
* \param dstAlphaFactor destination alpha factor
* \param alphaOperation alpha operation
*
* The result of the blend mode operation will be:
* dstRGB = dstRGB * dstColorFactor colorOperation srcRGB * srcColorFactor
* and
* dstA = dstA * dstAlphaFactor alphaOperation srcA * srcAlphaFactor
* Compose a custom blend mode for renderers.
*
* The functions SDL_SetRenderDrawBlendMode and SDL_SetTextureBlendMode accept
* the SDL_BlendMode returned by this function if the renderer supports it.
*
* A blend mode controls how the pixels from a drawing operation (source) get
* combined with the pixels from the render target (destination). First, the
* components of the source and destination pixels get multiplied with their
* blend factors. Then, the blend operation takes the two products and
* calculates the result that will get stored in the render target.
*
* Expressed in pseudocode, it would look like this:
*
* ```c
* dstRGB = colorOperation(srcRGB * srcColorFactor, dstRGB * dstColorFactor);
* dstA = alphaOperation(srcA * srcAlphaFactor, dstA * dstAlphaFactor);
* ```
*
* Where the functions `colorOperation(src, dst)` and
* `alphaOperation(src, dst)` can return one of the following:
*
* - `src + dst`
* - `src - dst`
* - `dst - src`
* - `min(src, dst)`
* - `max(src, dst)`
*
* The red, green, and blue components are always multiplied with the first,
* second, and third components of the SDL_BlendFactor, respectively. The
* fourth component is not used.
*
* The alpha component is always multiplied with the fourth component of the
* SDL_BlendFactor. The other components are not used in the alpha
* calculation.
*
* Support for these blend modes varies for each renderer. To check if a
* specific SDL_BlendMode is supported, create a renderer and pass it to
* either SDL_SetRenderDrawBlendMode or SDL_SetTextureBlendMode. They will
* return with an error if the blend mode is not supported.
*
* This list describes the support of custom blend modes for each renderer in
* SDL 2.0.6. All renderers support the four blend modes listed in the
* SDL_BlendMode enumeration.
*
* - **direct3d**: Supports `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_ADD` with all factors.
* - **direct3d11**: Supports all operations with all factors. However, some
* factors produce unexpected results with `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_MINIMUM` and
* `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_MAXIMUM`.
* - **opengl**: Supports the `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_ADD` operation with all
* factors. OpenGL versions 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 do not work correctly with
* SDL 2.0.6.
* - **opengles**: Supports the `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_ADD` operation with all
* factors. Color and alpha factors need to be the same. OpenGL ES 1
* implementation specific: May also support `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_SUBTRACT`
* and `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_REV_SUBTRACT`. May support color and alpha
* operations being different from each other. May support color and alpha
* factors being different from each other.
* - **opengles2**: Supports the `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_ADD`,
* `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_SUBTRACT`, `SDL_BLENDOPERATION_REV_SUBTRACT` operations
* with all factors.
* - **psp**: No custom blend mode support.
* - **software**: No custom blend mode support.
*
* Some renderers do not provide an alpha component for the default render
* target. The `SDL_BLENDFACTOR_DST_ALPHA` and
* `SDL_BLENDFACTOR_ONE_MINUS_DST_ALPHA` factors do not have an effect in this
* case.
*
* \param srcColorFactor the SDL_BlendFactor applied to the red, green, and
* blue components of the source pixels
* \param dstColorFactor the SDL_BlendFactor applied to the red, green, and
* blue components of the destination pixels
* \param colorOperation the SDL_BlendOperation used to combine the red,
* green, and blue components of the source and
* destination pixels
* \param srcAlphaFactor the SDL_BlendFactor applied to the alpha component of
* the source pixels
* \param dstAlphaFactor the SDL_BlendFactor applied to the alpha component of
* the destination pixels
* \param alphaOperation the SDL_BlendOperation used to combine the alpha
* component of the source and destination pixels
* \returns an SDL_BlendMode that represents the chosen factors and
* operations.
*
* \since This function is available in SDL 2.0.6.
*
* \sa SDL_SetRenderDrawBlendMode
* \sa SDL_GetRenderDrawBlendMode
* \sa SDL_SetTextureBlendMode
* \sa SDL_GetTextureBlendMode
*/
extern DECLSPEC SDL_BlendMode SDLCALL SDL_ComposeCustomBlendMode(SDL_BlendFactor srcColorFactor,
SDL_BlendFactor dstColorFactor,
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......@@ -39,23 +39,41 @@ extern "C" {
/* Function prototypes */
/**
* \brief Put UTF-8 text into the clipboard
* Put UTF-8 text into the clipboard.
*
* \sa SDL_GetClipboardText()
* \param text the text to store in the clipboard
* \returns 0 on success or a negative error code on failure; call
* SDL_GetError() for more information.
*
* \sa SDL_GetClipboardText
* \sa SDL_HasClipboardText
*/
extern DECLSPEC int SDLCALL SDL_SetClipboardText(const char *text);