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/*************************************************************************
* GLFW 3.2 - www.glfw.org
* A library for OpenGL, window and input
*------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Copyright (c) 2002-2006 Marcus Geelnard
* Copyright (c) 2006-2016 Camilla Berglund <elmindreda@glfw.org>
*
* This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
* warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
* arising from the use of this software.
*
* Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
* including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it
* freely, subject to the following restrictions:
*
* 1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not
* claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this software
* in a product, an acknowledgment in the product documentation would
* be appreciated but is not required.
*
* 2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not
* be misrepresented as being the original software.
*
* 3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source
* distribution.
*
*************************************************************************/
#ifndef _glfw3_h_
#define _glfw3_h_
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/*************************************************************************
* Doxygen documentation
*************************************************************************/
/*! @file glfw3.h
* @brief The header of the GLFW 3 API.
*
* This is the header file of the GLFW 3 API. It defines all its types and
* declares all its functions.
*
* For more information about how to use this file, see @ref build_include.
*/
/*! @defgroup context Context reference
*
* This is the reference documentation for OpenGL and OpenGL ES context related
* functions. For more task-oriented information, see the @ref context_guide.
*/
/*! @defgroup vulkan Vulkan reference
*
* This is the reference documentation for Vulkan related functions and types.
* For more task-oriented information, see the @ref vulkan_guide.
*/
/*! @defgroup init Initialization, version and error reference
*
* This is the reference documentation for initialization and termination of
* the library, version management and error handling. For more task-oriented
* information, see the @ref intro_guide.
*/
/*! @defgroup input Input reference
*
* This is the reference documentation for input related functions and types.
* For more task-oriented information, see the @ref input_guide.
*/
/*! @defgroup monitor Monitor reference
*
* This is the reference documentation for monitor related functions and types.
* For more task-oriented information, see the @ref monitor_guide.
*/
/*! @defgroup window Window reference
*
* This is the reference documentation for window related functions and types,
* including creation, deletion and event polling. For more task-oriented
* information, see the @ref window_guide.
*/
/*************************************************************************
* Compiler- and platform-specific preprocessor work
*************************************************************************/
/* If we are we on Windows, we want a single define for it.
*/
#if !defined(_WIN32) && (defined(__WIN32__) || defined(WIN32) || defined(__MINGW32__))
#define _WIN32
#endif /* _WIN32 */
/* It is customary to use APIENTRY for OpenGL function pointer declarations on
* all platforms. Additionally, the Windows OpenGL header needs APIENTRY.
*/
#ifndef APIENTRY
#ifdef _WIN32
#define APIENTRY __stdcall
#else
#define APIENTRY
#endif
#endif /* APIENTRY */
/* Some Windows OpenGL headers need this.
*/
#if !defined(WINGDIAPI) && defined(_WIN32)
#define WINGDIAPI __declspec(dllimport)
#define GLFW_WINGDIAPI_DEFINED
#endif /* WINGDIAPI */
/* Some Windows GLU headers need this.
*/
#if !defined(CALLBACK) && defined(_WIN32)
#define CALLBACK __stdcall
#define GLFW_CALLBACK_DEFINED
#endif /* CALLBACK */
/* Include because most Windows GLU headers need wchar_t and
* the OS X OpenGL header blocks the definition of ptrdiff_t by glext.h.
* Include it unconditionally to avoid surprising side-effects.
*/
#include <stddef.h>
/* Include because it is needed by Vulkan and related functions.
*/
#include <stdint.h>
/* Include the chosen client API headers.
*/
#if defined(__APPLE__)
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLCOREARB)
#include <OpenGL/gl3.h>
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#include <OpenGL/gl3ext.h>
#endif
#elif !defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_NONE)
#if !defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#define GL_GLEXT_LEGACY
#endif
#include <OpenGL/gl.h>
#endif
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLU)
#include <OpenGL/glu.h>
#endif
#else
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLCOREARB)
#include <GL/glcorearb.h>
#elif defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_ES1)
#include <GLES/gl.h>
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#include <GLES/glext.h>
#endif
#elif defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_ES2)
#include <GLES2/gl2.h>
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#include <GLES2/gl2ext.h>
#endif
#elif defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_ES3)
#include <GLES3/gl3.h>
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#include <GLES2/gl2ext.h>
#endif
#elif defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_ES31)
#include <GLES3/gl31.h>
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#include <GLES2/gl2ext.h>
#endif
#elif defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_VULKAN)
#include <vulkan/vulkan.h>
#elif !defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_NONE)
#include <GL/gl.h>
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLEXT)
#include <GL/glext.h>
#endif
#endif
#if defined(GLFW_INCLUDE_GLU)
#include <GL/glu.h>
#endif
#endif
#if defined(GLFW_DLL) && defined(_GLFW_BUILD_DLL)
/* GLFW_DLL must be defined by applications that are linking against the DLL
* version of the GLFW library. _GLFW_BUILD_DLL is defined by the GLFW
* configuration header when compiling the DLL version of the library.
*/
#error "You must not have both GLFW_DLL and _GLFW_BUILD_DLL defined"
#endif
/* GLFWAPI is used to declare public API functions for export
* from the DLL / shared library / dynamic library.
*/
#if defined(_WIN32) && defined(_GLFW_BUILD_DLL)
/* We are building GLFW as a Win32 DLL */
#define GLFWAPI __declspec(dllexport)
#elif defined(_WIN32) && defined(GLFW_DLL)
/* We are calling GLFW as a Win32 DLL */
#define GLFWAPI __declspec(dllimport)
#elif defined(__GNUC__) && defined(_GLFW_BUILD_DLL)
/* We are building GLFW as a shared / dynamic library */
#define GLFWAPI __attribute__((visibility("default")))
#else
/* We are building or calling GLFW as a static library */
#define GLFWAPI
#endif
/*************************************************************************
* GLFW API tokens
*************************************************************************/
/*! @name GLFW version macros
* @{ */
/*! @brief The major version number of the GLFW library.
*
* This is incremented when the API is changed in non-compatible ways.
* @ingroup init
*/
#define GLFW_VERSION_MAJOR 3
/*! @brief The minor version number of the GLFW library.
*
* This is incremented when features are added to the API but it remains
* backward-compatible.
* @ingroup init
*/
#define GLFW_VERSION_MINOR 2
/*! @brief The revision number of the GLFW library.
*
* This is incremented when a bug fix release is made that does not contain any
* API changes.
* @ingroup init
*/
#define GLFW_VERSION_REVISION 1
/*! @} */
/*! @name Boolean values
* @{ */
/*! @brief One.
*
* One. Seriously. You don't _need_ to use this symbol in your code. It's
* just semantic sugar for the number 1. You can use `1` or `true` or `_True`
* or `GL_TRUE` or whatever you want.
*/
#define GLFW_TRUE 1
/*! @brief Zero.
*
* Zero. Seriously. You don't _need_ to use this symbol in your code. It's
* just just semantic sugar for the number 0. You can use `0` or `false` or
* `_False` or `GL_FALSE` or whatever you want.
*/
#define GLFW_FALSE 0
/*! @} */
/*! @name Key and button actions
* @{ */
/*! @brief The key or mouse button was released.
*
* The key or mouse button was released.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
#define GLFW_RELEASE 0
/*! @brief The key or mouse button was pressed.
*
* The key or mouse button was pressed.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
#define GLFW_PRESS 1
/*! @brief The key was held down until it repeated.
*
* The key was held down until it repeated.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
#define GLFW_REPEAT 2
/*! @} */
/*! @defgroup keys Keyboard keys
*
* See [key input](@ref input_key) for how these are used.
*
* These key codes are inspired by the _USB HID Usage Tables v1.12_ (p. 53-60),
* but re-arranged to map to 7-bit ASCII for printable keys (function keys are
* put in the 256+ range).
*
* The naming of the key codes follow these rules:
* - The US keyboard layout is used
* - Names of printable alpha-numeric characters are used (e.g. "A", "R",
* "3", etc.)
* - For non-alphanumeric characters, Unicode:ish names are used (e.g.
* "COMMA", "LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET", etc.). Note that some names do not
* correspond to the Unicode standard (usually for brevity)
* - Keys that lack a clear US mapping are named "WORLD_x"
* - For non-printable keys, custom names are used (e.g. "F4",
* "BACKSPACE", etc.)
*
* @ingroup input
* @{
*/
/* The unknown key */
#define GLFW_KEY_UNKNOWN -1
/* Printable keys */
#define GLFW_KEY_SPACE 32
#define GLFW_KEY_APOSTROPHE 39 /* ' */
#define GLFW_KEY_COMMA 44 /* , */
#define GLFW_KEY_MINUS 45 /* - */
#define GLFW_KEY_PERIOD 46 /* . */
#define GLFW_KEY_SLASH 47 /* / */
#define GLFW_KEY_0 48
#define GLFW_KEY_1 49
#define GLFW_KEY_2 50
#define GLFW_KEY_3 51
#define GLFW_KEY_4 52
#define GLFW_KEY_5 53
#define GLFW_KEY_6 54
#define GLFW_KEY_7 55
#define GLFW_KEY_8 56
#define GLFW_KEY_9 57
#define GLFW_KEY_SEMICOLON 59 /* ; */
#define GLFW_KEY_EQUAL 61 /* = */
#define GLFW_KEY_A 65
#define GLFW_KEY_B 66
#define GLFW_KEY_C 67
#define GLFW_KEY_D 68
#define GLFW_KEY_E 69
#define GLFW_KEY_F 70
#define GLFW_KEY_G 71
#define GLFW_KEY_H 72
#define GLFW_KEY_I 73
#define GLFW_KEY_J 74
#define GLFW_KEY_K 75
#define GLFW_KEY_L 76
#define GLFW_KEY_M 77
#define GLFW_KEY_N 78
#define GLFW_KEY_O 79
#define GLFW_KEY_P 80
#define GLFW_KEY_Q 81
#define GLFW_KEY_R 82
#define GLFW_KEY_S 83
#define GLFW_KEY_T 84
#define GLFW_KEY_U 85
#define GLFW_KEY_V 86
#define GLFW_KEY_W 87
#define GLFW_KEY_X 88
#define GLFW_KEY_Y 89
#define GLFW_KEY_Z 90
#define GLFW_KEY_LEFT_BRACKET 91 /* [ */
#define GLFW_KEY_BACKSLASH 92 /* \ */
#define GLFW_KEY_RIGHT_BRACKET 93 /* ] */
#define GLFW_KEY_GRAVE_ACCENT 96 /* ` */
#define GLFW_KEY_WORLD_1 161 /* non-US #1 */
#define GLFW_KEY_WORLD_2 162 /* non-US #2 */
/* Function keys */
#define GLFW_KEY_ESCAPE 256
#define GLFW_KEY_ENTER 257
#define GLFW_KEY_TAB 258
#define GLFW_KEY_BACKSPACE 259
#define GLFW_KEY_INSERT 260
#define GLFW_KEY_DELETE 261
#define GLFW_KEY_RIGHT 262
#define GLFW_KEY_LEFT 263
#define GLFW_KEY_DOWN 264
#define GLFW_KEY_UP 265
#define GLFW_KEY_PAGE_UP 266
#define GLFW_KEY_PAGE_DOWN 267
#define GLFW_KEY_HOME 268
#define GLFW_KEY_END 269
#define GLFW_KEY_CAPS_LOCK 280
#define GLFW_KEY_SCROLL_LOCK 281
#define GLFW_KEY_NUM_LOCK 282
#define GLFW_KEY_PRINT_SCREEN 283
#define GLFW_KEY_PAUSE 284
#define GLFW_KEY_F1 290
#define GLFW_KEY_F2 291
#define GLFW_KEY_F3 292
#define GLFW_KEY_F4 293
#define GLFW_KEY_F5 294
#define GLFW_KEY_F6 295
#define GLFW_KEY_F7 296
#define GLFW_KEY_F8 297
#define GLFW_KEY_F9 298
#define GLFW_KEY_F10 299
#define GLFW_KEY_F11 300
#define GLFW_KEY_F12 301
#define GLFW_KEY_F13 302
#define GLFW_KEY_F14 303
#define GLFW_KEY_F15 304
#define GLFW_KEY_F16 305
#define GLFW_KEY_F17 306
#define GLFW_KEY_F18 307
#define GLFW_KEY_F19 308
#define GLFW_KEY_F20 309
#define GLFW_KEY_F21 310
#define GLFW_KEY_F22 311
#define GLFW_KEY_F23 312
#define GLFW_KEY_F24 313
#define GLFW_KEY_F25 314
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_0 320
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_1 321
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_2 322
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_3 323
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_4 324
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_5 325
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_6 326
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_7 327
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_8 328
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_9 329
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_DECIMAL 330
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_DIVIDE 331
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_MULTIPLY 332
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_SUBTRACT 333
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_ADD 334
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_ENTER 335
#define GLFW_KEY_KP_EQUAL 336
#define GLFW_KEY_LEFT_SHIFT 340
#define GLFW_KEY_LEFT_CONTROL 341
#define GLFW_KEY_LEFT_ALT 342
#define GLFW_KEY_LEFT_SUPER 343
#define GLFW_KEY_RIGHT_SHIFT 344
#define GLFW_KEY_RIGHT_CONTROL 345
#define GLFW_KEY_RIGHT_ALT 346
#define GLFW_KEY_RIGHT_SUPER 347
#define GLFW_KEY_MENU 348
#define GLFW_KEY_LAST GLFW_KEY_MENU
/*! @} */
/*! @defgroup mods Modifier key flags
*
* See [key input](@ref input_key) for how these are used.
*
* @ingroup input
* @{ */
/*! @brief If this bit is set one or more Shift keys were held down.
*/
#define GLFW_MOD_SHIFT 0x0001
/*! @brief If this bit is set one or more Control keys were held down.
*/
#define GLFW_MOD_CONTROL 0x0002
/*! @brief If this bit is set one or more Alt keys were held down.
*/
#define GLFW_MOD_ALT 0x0004
/*! @brief If this bit is set one or more Super keys were held down.
*/
#define GLFW_MOD_SUPER 0x0008
/*! @} */
/*! @defgroup buttons Mouse buttons
*
* See [mouse button input](@ref input_mouse_button) for how these are used.
*
* @ingroup input
* @{ */
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_1 0
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_2 1
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_3 2
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_4 3
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_5 4
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_6 5
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_7 6
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_8 7
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_LAST GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_8
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_LEFT GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_1
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_RIGHT GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_2
#define GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_MIDDLE GLFW_MOUSE_BUTTON_3
/*! @} */
/*! @defgroup joysticks Joysticks
*
* See [joystick input](@ref joystick) for how these are used.
*
* @ingroup input
* @{ */
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_1 0
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_2 1
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_3 2
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_4 3
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_5 4
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_6 5
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_7 6
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_8 7
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_9 8
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_10 9
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_11 10
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_12 11
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_13 12
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_14 13
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_15 14
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_16 15
#define GLFW_JOYSTICK_LAST GLFW_JOYSTICK_16
/*! @} */
/*! @defgroup errors Error codes
*
* See [error handling](@ref error_handling) for how these are used.
*
* @ingroup init
* @{ */
/*! @brief GLFW has not been initialized.
*
* This occurs if a GLFW function was called that must not be called unless the
* library is [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @analysis Application programmer error. Initialize GLFW before calling any
* function that requires initialization.
*/
#define GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED 0x00010001
/*! @brief No context is current for this thread.
*
* This occurs if a GLFW function was called that needs and operates on the
* current OpenGL or OpenGL ES context but no context is current on the calling
* thread. One such function is @ref glfwSwapInterval.
*
* @analysis Application programmer error. Ensure a context is current before
* calling functions that require a current context.
*/
#define GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT 0x00010002
/*! @brief One of the arguments to the function was an invalid enum value.
*
* One of the arguments to the function was an invalid enum value, for example
* requesting [GLFW_RED_BITS](@ref window_hints_fb) with @ref
* glfwGetWindowAttrib.
*
* @analysis Application programmer error. Fix the offending call.
*/
#define GLFW_INVALID_ENUM 0x00010003
/*! @brief One of the arguments to the function was an invalid value.
*
* One of the arguments to the function was an invalid value, for example
* requesting a non-existent OpenGL or OpenGL ES version like 2.7.
*
* Requesting a valid but unavailable OpenGL or OpenGL ES version will instead
* result in a @ref GLFW_VERSION_UNAVAILABLE error.
*
* @analysis Application programmer error. Fix the offending call.
*/
#define GLFW_INVALID_VALUE 0x00010004
/*! @brief A memory allocation failed.
*
* A memory allocation failed.
*
* @analysis A bug in GLFW or the underlying operating system. Report the bug
* to our [issue tracker](https://github.com/glfw/glfw/issues).
*/
#define GLFW_OUT_OF_MEMORY 0x00010005
/*! @brief GLFW could not find support for the requested API on the system.
*
* GLFW could not find support for the requested API on the system.
*
* @analysis The installed graphics driver does not support the requested
* API, or does not support it via the chosen context creation backend.
* Below are a few examples.
*
* @par
* Some pre-installed Windows graphics drivers do not support OpenGL. AMD only
* supports OpenGL ES via EGL, while Nvidia and Intel only support it via
* a WGL or GLX extension. OS X does not provide OpenGL ES at all. The Mesa
* EGL, OpenGL and OpenGL ES libraries do not interface with the Nvidia binary
* driver. Older graphics drivers do not support Vulkan.
*/
#define GLFW_API_UNAVAILABLE 0x00010006
/*! @brief The requested OpenGL or OpenGL ES version is not available.
*
* The requested OpenGL or OpenGL ES version (including any requested context
* or framebuffer hints) is not available on this machine.
*
* @analysis The machine does not support your requirements. If your
* application is sufficiently flexible, downgrade your requirements and try
* again. Otherwise, inform the user that their machine does not match your
* requirements.
*
* @par
* Future invalid OpenGL and OpenGL ES versions, for example OpenGL 4.8 if 5.0
* comes out before the 4.x series gets that far, also fail with this error and
* not @ref GLFW_INVALID_VALUE, because GLFW cannot know what future versions
* will exist.
*/
#define GLFW_VERSION_UNAVAILABLE 0x00010007
/*! @brief A platform-specific error occurred that does not match any of the
* more specific categories.
*
* A platform-specific error occurred that does not match any of the more
* specific categories.
*
* @analysis A bug or configuration error in GLFW, the underlying operating
* system or its drivers, or a lack of required resources. Report the issue to
* our [issue tracker](https://github.com/glfw/glfw/issues).
*/
#define GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR 0x00010008
/*! @brief The requested format is not supported or available.
*
* If emitted during window creation, the requested pixel format is not
* supported.
*
* If emitted when querying the clipboard, the contents of the clipboard could
* not be converted to the requested format.
*
* @analysis If emitted during window creation, one or more
* [hard constraints](@ref window_hints_hard) did not match any of the
* available pixel formats. If your application is sufficiently flexible,
* downgrade your requirements and try again. Otherwise, inform the user that
* their machine does not match your requirements.
*
* @par
* If emitted when querying the clipboard, ignore the error or report it to
* the user, as appropriate.
*/
#define GLFW_FORMAT_UNAVAILABLE 0x00010009
/*! @brief The specified window does not have an OpenGL or OpenGL ES context.
*
* A window that does not have an OpenGL or OpenGL ES context was passed to
* a function that requires it to have one.
*
* @analysis Application programmer error. Fix the offending call.
*/
#define GLFW_NO_WINDOW_CONTEXT 0x0001000A
/*! @} */
#define GLFW_FOCUSED 0x00020001
#define GLFW_ICONIFIED 0x00020002
#define GLFW_RESIZABLE 0x00020003
#define GLFW_VISIBLE 0x00020004
#define GLFW_DECORATED 0x00020005
#define GLFW_AUTO_ICONIFY 0x00020006
#define GLFW_FLOATING 0x00020007
#define GLFW_MAXIMIZED 0x00020008
#define GLFW_RED_BITS 0x00021001
#define GLFW_GREEN_BITS 0x00021002
#define GLFW_BLUE_BITS 0x00021003
#define GLFW_ALPHA_BITS 0x00021004
#define GLFW_DEPTH_BITS 0x00021005
#define GLFW_STENCIL_BITS 0x00021006
#define GLFW_ACCUM_RED_BITS 0x00021007
#define GLFW_ACCUM_GREEN_BITS 0x00021008
#define GLFW_ACCUM_BLUE_BITS 0x00021009
#define GLFW_ACCUM_ALPHA_BITS 0x0002100A
#define GLFW_AUX_BUFFERS 0x0002100B
#define GLFW_STEREO 0x0002100C
#define GLFW_SAMPLES 0x0002100D
#define GLFW_SRGB_CAPABLE 0x0002100E
#define GLFW_REFRESH_RATE 0x0002100F
#define GLFW_DOUBLEBUFFER 0x00021010
#define GLFW_CLIENT_API 0x00022001
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_VERSION_MAJOR 0x00022002
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_VERSION_MINOR 0x00022003
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_REVISION 0x00022004
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_ROBUSTNESS 0x00022005
#define GLFW_OPENGL_FORWARD_COMPAT 0x00022006
#define GLFW_OPENGL_DEBUG_CONTEXT 0x00022007
#define GLFW_OPENGL_PROFILE 0x00022008
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_RELEASE_BEHAVIOR 0x00022009
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_NO_ERROR 0x0002200A
#define GLFW_CONTEXT_CREATION_API 0x0002200B
#define GLFW_NO_API 0
#define GLFW_OPENGL_API 0x00030001
#define GLFW_OPENGL_ES_API 0x00030002
#define GLFW_NO_ROBUSTNESS 0
#define GLFW_NO_RESET_NOTIFICATION 0x00031001
#define GLFW_LOSE_CONTEXT_ON_RESET 0x00031002
#define GLFW_OPENGL_ANY_PROFILE 0
#define GLFW_OPENGL_CORE_PROFILE 0x00032001
#define GLFW_OPENGL_COMPAT_PROFILE 0x00032002
#define GLFW_CURSOR 0x00033001
#define GLFW_STICKY_KEYS 0x00033002
#define GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS 0x00033003
#define GLFW_CURSOR_NORMAL 0x00034001
#define GLFW_CURSOR_HIDDEN 0x00034002
#define GLFW_CURSOR_DISABLED 0x00034003
#define GLFW_ANY_RELEASE_BEHAVIOR 0
#define GLFW_RELEASE_BEHAVIOR_FLUSH 0x00035001
#define GLFW_RELEASE_BEHAVIOR_NONE 0x00035002
#define GLFW_NATIVE_CONTEXT_API 0x00036001
#define GLFW_EGL_CONTEXT_API 0x00036002
/*! @defgroup shapes Standard cursor shapes
*
* See [standard cursor creation](@ref cursor_standard) for how these are used.
*
* @ingroup input
* @{ */
/*! @brief The regular arrow cursor shape.
*
* The regular arrow cursor.
*/
#define GLFW_ARROW_CURSOR 0x00036001
/*! @brief The text input I-beam cursor shape.
*
* The text input I-beam cursor shape.
*/
#define GLFW_IBEAM_CURSOR 0x00036002
/*! @brief The crosshair shape.
*
* The crosshair shape.
*/
#define GLFW_CROSSHAIR_CURSOR 0x00036003
/*! @brief The hand shape.
*
* The hand shape.
*/
#define GLFW_HAND_CURSOR 0x00036004
/*! @brief The horizontal resize arrow shape.
*
* The horizontal resize arrow shape.
*/
#define GLFW_HRESIZE_CURSOR 0x00036005
/*! @brief The vertical resize arrow shape.
*
* The vertical resize arrow shape.
*/
#define GLFW_VRESIZE_CURSOR 0x00036006
/*! @} */
#define GLFW_CONNECTED 0x00040001
#define GLFW_DISCONNECTED 0x00040002
#define GLFW_DONT_CARE -1
/*************************************************************************
* GLFW API types
*************************************************************************/
/*! @brief Client API function pointer type.
*
* Generic function pointer used for returning client API function pointers
* without forcing a cast from a regular pointer.
*
* @sa @ref context_glext
* @sa glfwGetProcAddress
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
* @ingroup context
*/
typedef void (*GLFWglproc)(void);
/*! @brief Vulkan API function pointer type.
*
* Generic function pointer used for returning Vulkan API function pointers
* without forcing a cast from a regular pointer.
*
* @sa @ref vulkan_proc
* @sa glfwGetInstanceProcAddress
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup vulkan
*/
typedef void (*GLFWvkproc)(void);
/*! @brief Opaque monitor object.
*
* Opaque monitor object.
*
* @see @ref monitor_object
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
typedef struct GLFWmonitor GLFWmonitor;
/*! @brief Opaque window object.
*
* Opaque window object.
*
* @see @ref window_object
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef struct GLFWwindow GLFWwindow;
/*! @brief Opaque cursor object.
*
* Opaque cursor object.
*
* @see @ref cursor_object
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup cursor
*/
typedef struct GLFWcursor GLFWcursor;
/*! @brief The function signature for error callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for error callback functions.
*
* @param[in] error An [error code](@ref errors).
* @param[in] description A UTF-8 encoded string describing the error.
*
* @sa @ref error_handling
* @sa glfwSetErrorCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup init
*/
typedef void (* GLFWerrorfun)(int,const char*);
/*! @brief The function signature for window position callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for window position callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that was moved.
* @param[in] xpos The new x-coordinate, in screen coordinates, of the
* upper-left corner of the client area of the window.
* @param[in] ypos The new y-coordinate, in screen coordinates, of the
* upper-left corner of the client area of the window.
*
* @sa @ref window_pos
* @sa glfwSetWindowPosCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWwindowposfun)(GLFWwindow*,int,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for window resize callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for window size callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that was resized.
* @param[in] width The new width, in screen coordinates, of the window.
* @param[in] height The new height, in screen coordinates, of the window.
*
* @sa @ref window_size
* @sa glfwSetWindowSizeCallback
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWwindowsizefun)(GLFWwindow*,int,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for window close callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for window close callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that the user attempted to close.
*
* @sa @ref window_close
* @sa glfwSetWindowCloseCallback
*
* @since Added in version 2.5.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWwindowclosefun)(GLFWwindow*);
/*! @brief The function signature for window content refresh callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for window refresh callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose content needs to be refreshed.
*
* @sa @ref window_refresh
* @sa glfwSetWindowRefreshCallback
*
* @since Added in version 2.5.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWwindowrefreshfun)(GLFWwindow*);
/*! @brief The function signature for window focus/defocus callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for window focus callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that gained or lost input focus.
* @param[in] focused `GLFW_TRUE` if the window was given input focus, or
* `GLFW_FALSE` if it lost it.
*
* @sa @ref window_focus
* @sa glfwSetWindowFocusCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWwindowfocusfun)(GLFWwindow*,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for window iconify/restore callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for window iconify/restore callback
* functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that was iconified or restored.
* @param[in] iconified `GLFW_TRUE` if the window was iconified, or
* `GLFW_FALSE` if it was restored.
*
* @sa @ref window_iconify
* @sa glfwSetWindowIconifyCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWwindowiconifyfun)(GLFWwindow*,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for framebuffer resize callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for framebuffer resize callback
* functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose framebuffer was resized.
* @param[in] width The new width, in pixels, of the framebuffer.
* @param[in] height The new height, in pixels, of the framebuffer.
*
* @sa @ref window_fbsize
* @sa glfwSetFramebufferSizeCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
typedef void (* GLFWframebuffersizefun)(GLFWwindow*,int,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for mouse button callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for mouse button callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] button The [mouse button](@ref buttons) that was pressed or
* released.
* @param[in] action One of `GLFW_PRESS` or `GLFW_RELEASE`.
* @param[in] mods Bit field describing which [modifier keys](@ref mods) were
* held down.
*
* @sa @ref input_mouse_button
* @sa glfwSetMouseButtonCallback
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle and modifier mask parameters.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWmousebuttonfun)(GLFWwindow*,int,int,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for cursor position callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for cursor position callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] xpos The new cursor x-coordinate, relative to the left edge of
* the client area.
* @param[in] ypos The new cursor y-coordinate, relative to the top edge of the
* client area.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_pos
* @sa glfwSetCursorPosCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `GLFWmouseposfun`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWcursorposfun)(GLFWwindow*,double,double);
/*! @brief The function signature for cursor enter/leave callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for cursor enter/leave callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] entered `GLFW_TRUE` if the cursor entered the window's client
* area, or `GLFW_FALSE` if it left it.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_enter
* @sa glfwSetCursorEnterCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWcursorenterfun)(GLFWwindow*,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for scroll callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for scroll callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] xoffset The scroll offset along the x-axis.
* @param[in] yoffset The scroll offset along the y-axis.
*
* @sa @ref scrolling
* @sa glfwSetScrollCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `GLFWmousewheelfun`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWscrollfun)(GLFWwindow*,double,double);
/*! @brief The function signature for keyboard key callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for keyboard key callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] key The [keyboard key](@ref keys) that was pressed or released.
* @param[in] scancode The system-specific scancode of the key.
* @param[in] action `GLFW_PRESS`, `GLFW_RELEASE` or `GLFW_REPEAT`.
* @param[in] mods Bit field describing which [modifier keys](@ref mods) were
* held down.
*
* @sa @ref input_key
* @sa glfwSetKeyCallback
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle, scancode and modifier mask parameters.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWkeyfun)(GLFWwindow*,int,int,int,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for Unicode character callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for Unicode character callback functions.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] codepoint The Unicode code point of the character.
*
* @sa @ref input_char
* @sa glfwSetCharCallback
*
* @since Added in version 2.4.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWcharfun)(GLFWwindow*,unsigned int);
/*! @brief The function signature for Unicode character with modifiers
* callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for Unicode character with modifiers callback
* functions. It is called for each input character, regardless of what
* modifier keys are held down.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] codepoint The Unicode code point of the character.
* @param[in] mods Bit field describing which [modifier keys](@ref mods) were
* held down.
*
* @sa @ref input_char
* @sa glfwSetCharModsCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWcharmodsfun)(GLFWwindow*,unsigned int,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for file drop callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for file drop callbacks.
*
* @param[in] window The window that received the event.
* @param[in] count The number of dropped files.
* @param[in] paths The UTF-8 encoded file and/or directory path names.
*
* @sa @ref path_drop
* @sa glfwSetDropCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWdropfun)(GLFWwindow*,int,const char**);
/*! @brief The function signature for monitor configuration callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for monitor configuration callback functions.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor that was connected or disconnected.
* @param[in] event One of `GLFW_CONNECTED` or `GLFW_DISCONNECTED`.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_event
* @sa glfwSetMonitorCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
typedef void (* GLFWmonitorfun)(GLFWmonitor*,int);
/*! @brief The function signature for joystick configuration callbacks.
*
* This is the function signature for joystick configuration callback
* functions.
*
* @param[in] joy The joystick that was connected or disconnected.
* @param[in] event One of `GLFW_CONNECTED` or `GLFW_DISCONNECTED`.
*
* @sa @ref joystick_event
* @sa glfwSetJoystickCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
typedef void (* GLFWjoystickfun)(int,int);
/*! @brief Video mode type.
*
* This describes a single video mode.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_modes
* @sa glfwGetVideoMode glfwGetVideoModes
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added refresh rate member.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
typedef struct GLFWvidmode
{
/*! The width, in screen coordinates, of the video mode.
*/
int width;
/*! The height, in screen coordinates, of the video mode.
*/
int height;
/*! The bit depth of the red channel of the video mode.
*/
int redBits;
/*! The bit depth of the green channel of the video mode.
*/
int greenBits;
/*! The bit depth of the blue channel of the video mode.
*/
int blueBits;
/*! The refresh rate, in Hz, of the video mode.
*/
int refreshRate;
} GLFWvidmode;
/*! @brief Gamma ramp.
*
* This describes the gamma ramp for a monitor.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_gamma
* @sa glfwGetGammaRamp glfwSetGammaRamp
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
typedef struct GLFWgammaramp
{
/*! An array of value describing the response of the red channel.
*/
unsigned short* red;
/*! An array of value describing the response of the green channel.
*/
unsigned short* green;
/*! An array of value describing the response of the blue channel.
*/
unsigned short* blue;
/*! The number of elements in each array.
*/
unsigned int size;
} GLFWgammaramp;
/*! @brief Image data.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_custom
* @sa @ref window_icon
*
* @since Added in version 2.1.
* @glfw3 Removed format and bytes-per-pixel members.
*/
typedef struct GLFWimage
{
/*! The width, in pixels, of this image.
*/
int width;
/*! The height, in pixels, of this image.
*/
int height;
/*! The pixel data of this image, arranged left-to-right, top-to-bottom.
*/
unsigned char* pixels;
} GLFWimage;
/*************************************************************************
* GLFW API functions
*************************************************************************/
/*! @brief Initializes the GLFW library.
*
* This function initializes the GLFW library. Before most GLFW functions can
* be used, GLFW must be initialized, and before an application terminates GLFW
* should be terminated in order to free any resources allocated during or
* after initialization.
*
* If this function fails, it calls @ref glfwTerminate before returning. If it
* succeeds, you should call @ref glfwTerminate before the application exits.
*
* Additional calls to this function after successful initialization but before
* termination will return `GLFW_TRUE` immediately.
*
* @return `GLFW_TRUE` if successful, or `GLFW_FALSE` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark @osx This function will change the current directory of the
* application to the `Contents/Resources` subdirectory of the application's
* bundle, if present. This can be disabled with a
* [compile-time option](@ref compile_options_osx).
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref intro_init
* @sa glfwTerminate
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup init
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwInit(void);
/*! @brief Terminates the GLFW library.
*
* This function destroys all remaining windows and cursors, restores any
* modified gamma ramps and frees any other allocated resources. Once this
* function is called, you must again call @ref glfwInit successfully before
* you will be able to use most GLFW functions.
*
* If GLFW has been successfully initialized, this function should be called
* before the application exits. If initialization fails, there is no need to
* call this function, as it is called by @ref glfwInit before it returns
* failure.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark This function may be called before @ref glfwInit.
*
* @warning The contexts of any remaining windows must not be current on any
* other thread when this function is called.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref intro_init
* @sa glfwInit
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup init
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwTerminate(void);
/*! @brief Retrieves the version of the GLFW library.
*
* This function retrieves the major, minor and revision numbers of the GLFW
* library. It is intended for when you are using GLFW as a shared library and
* want to ensure that you are using the minimum required version.
*
* Any or all of the version arguments may be `NULL`.
*
* @param[out] major Where to store the major version number, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] minor Where to store the minor version number, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] rev Where to store the revision number, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors None.
*
* @remark This function may be called before @ref glfwInit.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref intro_version
* @sa glfwGetVersionString
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup init
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetVersion(int* major, int* minor, int* rev);
/*! @brief Returns a string describing the compile-time configuration.
*
* This function returns the compile-time generated
* [version string](@ref intro_version_string) of the GLFW library binary. It
* describes the version, platform, compiler and any platform-specific
* compile-time options. It should not be confused with the OpenGL or OpenGL
* ES version string, queried with `glGetString`.
*
* __Do not use the version string__ to parse the GLFW library version. The
* @ref glfwGetVersion function provides the version of the running library
* binary in numerical format.
*
* @return The ASCII encoded GLFW version string.
*
* @errors None.
*
* @remark This function may be called before @ref glfwInit.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned string is static and compile-time generated.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref intro_version
* @sa glfwGetVersion
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup init
*/
GLFWAPI const char* glfwGetVersionString(void);
/*! @brief Sets the error callback.
*
* This function sets the error callback, which is called with an error code
* and a human-readable description each time a GLFW error occurs.
*
* The error callback is called on the thread where the error occurred. If you
* are using GLFW from multiple threads, your error callback needs to be
* written accordingly.
*
* Because the description string may have been generated specifically for that
* error, it is not guaranteed to be valid after the callback has returned. If
* you wish to use it after the callback returns, you need to make a copy.
*
* Once set, the error callback remains set even after the library has been
* terminated.
*
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set.
*
* @errors None.
*
* @remark This function may be called before @ref glfwInit.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref error_handling
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup init
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWerrorfun glfwSetErrorCallback(GLFWerrorfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Returns the currently connected monitors.
*
* This function returns an array of handles for all currently connected
* monitors. The primary monitor is always first in the returned array. If no
* monitors were found, this function returns `NULL`.
*
* @param[out] count Where to store the number of monitors in the returned
* array. This is set to zero if an error occurred.
* @return An array of monitor handles, or `NULL` if no monitors were found or
* if an [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned array is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is guaranteed to be valid only until the
* monitor configuration changes or the library is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_monitors
* @sa @ref monitor_event
* @sa glfwGetPrimaryMonitor
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWmonitor** glfwGetMonitors(int* count);
/*! @brief Returns the primary monitor.
*
* This function returns the primary monitor. This is usually the monitor
* where elements like the task bar or global menu bar are located.
*
* @return The primary monitor, or `NULL` if no monitors were found or if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @remark The primary monitor is always first in the array returned by @ref
* glfwGetMonitors.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_monitors
* @sa glfwGetMonitors
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWmonitor* glfwGetPrimaryMonitor(void);
/*! @brief Returns the position of the monitor's viewport on the virtual screen.
*
* This function returns the position, in screen coordinates, of the upper-left
* corner of the specified monitor.
*
* Any or all of the position arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` position arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to query.
* @param[out] xpos Where to store the monitor x-coordinate, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] ypos Where to store the monitor y-coordinate, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_properties
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetMonitorPos(GLFWmonitor* monitor, int* xpos, int* ypos);
/*! @brief Returns the physical size of the monitor.
*
* This function returns the size, in millimetres, of the display area of the
* specified monitor.
*
* Some systems do not provide accurate monitor size information, either
* because the monitor
* [EDID](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_display_identification_data)
* data is incorrect or because the driver does not report it accurately.
*
* Any or all of the size arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` size arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to query.
* @param[out] widthMM Where to store the width, in millimetres, of the
* monitor's display area, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] heightMM Where to store the height, in millimetres, of the
* monitor's display area, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @remark @win32 calculates the returned physical size from the
* current resolution and system DPI instead of querying the monitor EDID data.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_properties
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetMonitorPhysicalSize(GLFWmonitor* monitor, int* widthMM, int* heightMM);
/*! @brief Returns the name of the specified monitor.
*
* This function returns a human-readable name, encoded as UTF-8, of the
* specified monitor. The name typically reflects the make and model of the
* monitor and is not guaranteed to be unique among the connected monitors.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to query.
* @return The UTF-8 encoded name of the monitor, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned string is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the specified monitor is
* disconnected or the library is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_properties
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI const char* glfwGetMonitorName(GLFWmonitor* monitor);
/*! @brief Sets the monitor configuration callback.
*
* This function sets the monitor configuration callback, or removes the
* currently set callback. This is called when a monitor is connected to or
* disconnected from the system.
*
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_event
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWmonitorfun glfwSetMonitorCallback(GLFWmonitorfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Returns the available video modes for the specified monitor.
*
* This function returns an array of all video modes supported by the specified
* monitor. The returned array is sorted in ascending order, first by color
* bit depth (the sum of all channel depths) and then by resolution area (the
* product of width and height).
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to query.
* @param[out] count Where to store the number of video modes in the returned
* array. This is set to zero if an error occurred.
* @return An array of video modes, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned array is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the specified monitor is
* disconnected, this function is called again for that monitor or the library
* is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_modes
* @sa glfwGetVideoMode
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Changed to return an array of modes for a specific monitor.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI const GLFWvidmode* glfwGetVideoModes(GLFWmonitor* monitor, int* count);
/*! @brief Returns the current mode of the specified monitor.
*
* This function returns the current video mode of the specified monitor. If
* you have created a full screen window for that monitor, the return value
* will depend on whether that window is iconified.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to query.
* @return The current mode of the monitor, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned array is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the specified monitor is
* disconnected or the library is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_modes
* @sa glfwGetVideoModes
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwGetDesktopMode`.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI const GLFWvidmode* glfwGetVideoMode(GLFWmonitor* monitor);
/*! @brief Generates a gamma ramp and sets it for the specified monitor.
*
* This function generates a 256-element gamma ramp from the specified exponent
* and then calls @ref glfwSetGammaRamp with it. The value must be a finite
* number greater than zero.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor whose gamma ramp to set.
* @param[in] gamma The desired exponent.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_VALUE and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_gamma
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetGamma(GLFWmonitor* monitor, float gamma);
/*! @brief Returns the current gamma ramp for the specified monitor.
*
* This function returns the current gamma ramp of the specified monitor.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to query.
* @return The current gamma ramp, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned structure and its arrays are allocated and
* freed by GLFW. You should not free them yourself. They are valid until the
* specified monitor is disconnected, this function is called again for that
* monitor or the library is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_gamma
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI const GLFWgammaramp* glfwGetGammaRamp(GLFWmonitor* monitor);
/*! @brief Sets the current gamma ramp for the specified monitor.
*
* This function sets the current gamma ramp for the specified monitor. The
* original gamma ramp for that monitor is saved by GLFW the first time this
* function is called and is restored by @ref glfwTerminate.
*
* @param[in] monitor The monitor whose gamma ramp to set.
* @param[in] ramp The gamma ramp to use.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark Gamma ramp sizes other than 256 are not supported by all platforms
* or graphics hardware.
*
* @remark @win32 The gamma ramp size must be 256.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The specified gamma ramp is copied before this function
* returns.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref monitor_gamma
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup monitor
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetGammaRamp(GLFWmonitor* monitor, const GLFWgammaramp* ramp);
/*! @brief Resets all window hints to their default values.
*
* This function resets all window hints to their
* [default values](@ref window_hints_values).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_hints
* @sa glfwWindowHint
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwDefaultWindowHints(void);
/*! @brief Sets the specified window hint to the desired value.
*
* This function sets hints for the next call to @ref glfwCreateWindow. The
* hints, once set, retain their values until changed by a call to @ref
* glfwWindowHint or @ref glfwDefaultWindowHints, or until the library is
* terminated.
*
* This function does not check whether the specified hint values are valid.
* If you set hints to invalid values this will instead be reported by the next
* call to @ref glfwCreateWindow.
*
* @param[in] hint The [window hint](@ref window_hints) to set.
* @param[in] value The new value of the window hint.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_hints
* @sa glfwDefaultWindowHints
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwOpenWindowHint`.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwWindowHint(int hint, int value);
/*! @brief Creates a window and its associated context.
*
* This function creates a window and its associated OpenGL or OpenGL ES
* context. Most of the options controlling how the window and its context
* should be created are specified with [window hints](@ref window_hints).
*
* Successful creation does not change which context is current. Before you
* can use the newly created context, you need to
* [make it current](@ref context_current). For information about the `share`
* parameter, see @ref context_sharing.
*
* The created window, framebuffer and context may differ from what you
* requested, as not all parameters and hints are
* [hard constraints](@ref window_hints_hard). This includes the size of the
* window, especially for full screen windows. To query the actual attributes
* of the created window, framebuffer and context, see @ref
* glfwGetWindowAttrib, @ref glfwGetWindowSize and @ref glfwGetFramebufferSize.
*
* To create a full screen window, you need to specify the monitor the window
* will cover. If no monitor is specified, the window will be windowed mode.
* Unless you have a way for the user to choose a specific monitor, it is
* recommended that you pick the primary monitor. For more information on how
* to query connected monitors, see @ref monitor_monitors.
*
* For full screen windows, the specified size becomes the resolution of the
* window's _desired video mode_. As long as a full screen window is not
* iconified, the supported video mode most closely matching the desired video
* mode is set for the specified monitor. For more information about full
* screen windows, including the creation of so called _windowed full screen_
* or _borderless full screen_ windows, see @ref window_windowed_full_screen.
*
* Once you have created the window, you can switch it between windowed and
* full screen mode with @ref glfwSetWindowMonitor. If the window has an
* OpenGL or OpenGL ES context, it will be unaffected.
*
* By default, newly created windows use the placement recommended by the
* window system. To create the window at a specific position, make it
* initially invisible using the [GLFW_VISIBLE](@ref window_hints_wnd) window
* hint, set its [position](@ref window_pos) and then [show](@ref window_hide)
* it.
*
* As long as at least one full screen window is not iconified, the screensaver
* is prohibited from starting.
*
* Window systems put limits on window sizes. Very large or very small window
* dimensions may be overridden by the window system on creation. Check the
* actual [size](@ref window_size) after creation.
*
* The [swap interval](@ref buffer_swap) is not set during window creation and
* the initial value may vary depending on driver settings and defaults.
*
* @param[in] width The desired width, in screen coordinates, of the window.
* This must be greater than zero.
* @param[in] height The desired height, in screen coordinates, of the window.
* This must be greater than zero.
* @param[in] title The initial, UTF-8 encoded window title.
* @param[in] monitor The monitor to use for full screen mode, or `NULL` for
* windowed mode.
* @param[in] share The window whose context to share resources with, or `NULL`
* to not share resources.
* @return The handle of the created window, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM, @ref GLFW_INVALID_VALUE, @ref GLFW_API_UNAVAILABLE, @ref
* GLFW_VERSION_UNAVAILABLE, @ref GLFW_FORMAT_UNAVAILABLE and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark @win32 Window creation will fail if the Microsoft GDI software
* OpenGL implementation is the only one available.
*
* @remark @win32 If the executable has an icon resource named `GLFW_ICON,` it
* will be set as the initial icon for the window. If no such icon is present,
* the `IDI_WINLOGO` icon will be used instead. To set a different icon, see
* @ref glfwSetWindowIcon.
*
* @remark @win32 The context to share resources with must not be current on
* any other thread.
*
* @remark @osx The GLFW window has no icon, as it is not a document
* window, but the dock icon will be the same as the application bundle's icon.
* For more information on bundles, see the
* [Bundle Programming Guide](https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/CoreFoundation/Conceptual/CFBundles/)
* in the Mac Developer Library.
*
* @remark @osx The first time a window is created the menu bar is populated
* with common commands like Hide, Quit and About. The About entry opens
* a minimal about dialog with information from the application's bundle. The
* menu bar can be disabled with a
* [compile-time option](@ref compile_options_osx).
*
* @remark @osx On OS X 10.10 and later the window frame will not be rendered
* at full resolution on Retina displays unless the `NSHighResolutionCapable`
* key is enabled in the application bundle's `Info.plist`. For more
* information, see
* [High Resolution Guidelines for OS X](https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/GraphicsAnimation/Conceptual/HighResolutionOSX/Explained/Explained.html)
* in the Mac Developer Library. The GLFW test and example programs use
* a custom `Info.plist` template for this, which can be found as
* `CMake/MacOSXBundleInfo.plist.in` in the source tree.
*
* @remark @x11 Some window managers will not respect the placement of
* initially hidden windows.
*
* @remark @x11 Due to the asynchronous nature of X11, it may take a moment for
* a window to reach its requested state. This means you may not be able to
* query the final size, position or other attributes directly after window
* creation.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_creation
* @sa glfwDestroyWindow
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwOpenWindow`.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindow* glfwCreateWindow(int width, int height, const char* title, GLFWmonitor* monitor, GLFWwindow* share);
/*! @brief Destroys the specified window and its context.
*
* This function destroys the specified window and its context. On calling
* this function, no further callbacks will be called for that window.
*
* If the context of the specified window is current on the main thread, it is
* detached before being destroyed.
*
* @param[in] window The window to destroy.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @note The context of the specified window must not be current on any other
* thread when this function is called.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_creation
* @sa glfwCreateWindow
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwCloseWindow`.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwDestroyWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Checks the close flag of the specified window.
*
* This function returns the value of the close flag of the specified window.
*
* @param[in] window The window to query.
* @return The value of the close flag.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread. Access is not
* synchronized.
*
* @sa @ref window_close
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwWindowShouldClose(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Sets the close flag of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the value of the close flag of the specified window.
* This can be used to override the user's attempt to close the window, or
* to signal that it should be closed.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose flag to change.
* @param[in] value The new value.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread. Access is not
* synchronized.
*
* @sa @ref window_close
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowShouldClose(GLFWwindow* window, int value);
/*! @brief Sets the title of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the window title, encoded as UTF-8, of the specified
* window.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose title to change.
* @param[in] title The UTF-8 encoded window title.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark @osx The window title will not be updated until the next time you
* process events.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_title
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowTitle(GLFWwindow* window, const char* title);
/*! @brief Sets the icon for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the icon of the specified window. If passed an array of
* candidate images, those of or closest to the sizes desired by the system are
* selected. If no images are specified, the window reverts to its default
* icon.
*
* The desired image sizes varies depending on platform and system settings.
* The selected images will be rescaled as needed. Good sizes include 16x16,
* 32x32 and 48x48.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose icon to set.
* @param[in] count The number of images in the specified array, or zero to
* revert to the default window icon.
* @param[in] images The images to create the icon from. This is ignored if
* count is zero.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The specified image data is copied before this function
* returns.
*
* @remark @osx The GLFW window has no icon, as it is not a document
* window, so this function does nothing. The dock icon will be the same as
* the application bundle's icon. For more information on bundles, see the
* [Bundle Programming Guide](https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/CoreFoundation/Conceptual/CFBundles/)
* in the Mac Developer Library.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_icon
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowIcon(GLFWwindow* window, int count, const GLFWimage* images);
/*! @brief Retrieves the position of the client area of the specified window.
*
* This function retrieves the position, in screen coordinates, of the
* upper-left corner of the client area of the specified window.
*
* Any or all of the position arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` position arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] window The window to query.
* @param[out] xpos Where to store the x-coordinate of the upper-left corner of
* the client area, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] ypos Where to store the y-coordinate of the upper-left corner of
* the client area, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_pos
* @sa glfwSetWindowPos
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetWindowPos(GLFWwindow* window, int* xpos, int* ypos);
/*! @brief Sets the position of the client area of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the position, in screen coordinates, of the upper-left
* corner of the client area of the specified windowed mode window. If the
* window is a full screen window, this function does nothing.
*
* __Do not use this function__ to move an already visible window unless you
* have very good reasons for doing so, as it will confuse and annoy the user.
*
* The window manager may put limits on what positions are allowed. GLFW
* cannot and should not override these limits.
*
* @param[in] window The window to query.
* @param[in] xpos The x-coordinate of the upper-left corner of the client area.
* @param[in] ypos The y-coordinate of the upper-left corner of the client area.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_pos
* @sa glfwGetWindowPos
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowPos(GLFWwindow* window, int xpos, int ypos);
/*! @brief Retrieves the size of the client area of the specified window.
*
* This function retrieves the size, in screen coordinates, of the client area
* of the specified window. If you wish to retrieve the size of the
* framebuffer of the window in pixels, see @ref glfwGetFramebufferSize.
*
* Any or all of the size arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` size arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose size to retrieve.
* @param[out] width Where to store the width, in screen coordinates, of the
* client area, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] height Where to store the height, in screen coordinates, of the
* client area, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_size
* @sa glfwSetWindowSize
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetWindowSize(GLFWwindow* window, int* width, int* height);
/*! @brief Sets the size limits of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the size limits of the client area of the specified
* window. If the window is full screen, the size limits only take effect
* once it is made windowed. If the window is not resizable, this function
* does nothing.
*
* The size limits are applied immediately to a windowed mode window and may
* cause it to be resized.
*
* The maximum dimensions must be greater than or equal to the minimum
* dimensions and all must be greater than or equal to zero.
*
* @param[in] window The window to set limits for.
* @param[in] minwidth The minimum width, in screen coordinates, of the client
* area, or `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
* @param[in] minheight The minimum height, in screen coordinates, of the
* client area, or `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
* @param[in] maxwidth The maximum width, in screen coordinates, of the client
* area, or `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
* @param[in] maxheight The maximum height, in screen coordinates, of the
* client area, or `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_VALUE and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark If you set size limits and an aspect ratio that conflict, the
* results are undefined.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_sizelimits
* @sa glfwSetWindowAspectRatio
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowSizeLimits(GLFWwindow* window, int minwidth, int minheight, int maxwidth, int maxheight);
/*! @brief Sets the aspect ratio of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the required aspect ratio of the client area of the
* specified window. If the window is full screen, the aspect ratio only takes
* effect once it is made windowed. If the window is not resizable, this
* function does nothing.
*
* The aspect ratio is specified as a numerator and a denominator and both
* values must be greater than zero. For example, the common 16:9 aspect ratio
* is specified as 16 and 9, respectively.
*
* If the numerator and denominator is set to `GLFW_DONT_CARE` then the aspect
* ratio limit is disabled.
*
* The aspect ratio is applied immediately to a windowed mode window and may
* cause it to be resized.
*
* @param[in] window The window to set limits for.
* @param[in] numer The numerator of the desired aspect ratio, or
* `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
* @param[in] denom The denominator of the desired aspect ratio, or
* `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_VALUE and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark If you set size limits and an aspect ratio that conflict, the
* results are undefined.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_sizelimits
* @sa glfwSetWindowSizeLimits
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowAspectRatio(GLFWwindow* window, int numer, int denom);
/*! @brief Sets the size of the client area of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the size, in screen coordinates, of the client area of
* the specified window.
*
* For full screen windows, this function updates the resolution of its desired
* video mode and switches to the video mode closest to it, without affecting
* the window's context. As the context is unaffected, the bit depths of the
* framebuffer remain unchanged.
*
* If you wish to update the refresh rate of the desired video mode in addition
* to its resolution, see @ref glfwSetWindowMonitor.
*
* The window manager may put limits on what sizes are allowed. GLFW cannot
* and should not override these limits.
*
* @param[in] window The window to resize.
* @param[in] width The desired width, in screen coordinates, of the window
* client area.
* @param[in] height The desired height, in screen coordinates, of the window
* client area.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_size
* @sa glfwGetWindowSize
* @sa glfwSetWindowMonitor
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowSize(GLFWwindow* window, int width, int height);
/*! @brief Retrieves the size of the framebuffer of the specified window.
*
* This function retrieves the size, in pixels, of the framebuffer of the
* specified window. If you wish to retrieve the size of the window in screen
* coordinates, see @ref glfwGetWindowSize.
*
* Any or all of the size arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` size arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose framebuffer to query.
* @param[out] width Where to store the width, in pixels, of the framebuffer,
* or `NULL`.
* @param[out] height Where to store the height, in pixels, of the framebuffer,
* or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_fbsize
* @sa glfwSetFramebufferSizeCallback
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetFramebufferSize(GLFWwindow* window, int* width, int* height);
/*! @brief Retrieves the size of the frame of the window.
*
* This function retrieves the size, in screen coordinates, of each edge of the
* frame of the specified window. This size includes the title bar, if the
* window has one. The size of the frame may vary depending on the
* [window-related hints](@ref window_hints_wnd) used to create it.
*
* Because this function retrieves the size of each window frame edge and not
* the offset along a particular coordinate axis, the retrieved values will
* always be zero or positive.
*
* Any or all of the size arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` size arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose frame size to query.
* @param[out] left Where to store the size, in screen coordinates, of the left
* edge of the window frame, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] top Where to store the size, in screen coordinates, of the top
* edge of the window frame, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] right Where to store the size, in screen coordinates, of the
* right edge of the window frame, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] bottom Where to store the size, in screen coordinates, of the
* bottom edge of the window frame, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_size
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetWindowFrameSize(GLFWwindow* window, int* left, int* top, int* right, int* bottom);
/*! @brief Iconifies the specified window.
*
* This function iconifies (minimizes) the specified window if it was
* previously restored. If the window is already iconified, this function does
* nothing.
*
* If the specified window is a full screen window, the original monitor
* resolution is restored until the window is restored.
*
* @param[in] window The window to iconify.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_iconify
* @sa glfwRestoreWindow
* @sa glfwMaximizeWindow
*
* @since Added in version 2.1.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwIconifyWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Restores the specified window.
*
* This function restores the specified window if it was previously iconified
* (minimized) or maximized. If the window is already restored, this function
* does nothing.
*
* If the specified window is a full screen window, the resolution chosen for
* the window is restored on the selected monitor.
*
* @param[in] window The window to restore.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_iconify
* @sa glfwIconifyWindow
* @sa glfwMaximizeWindow
*
* @since Added in version 2.1.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwRestoreWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Maximizes the specified window.
*
* This function maximizes the specified window if it was previously not
* maximized. If the window is already maximized, this function does nothing.
*
* If the specified window is a full screen window, this function does nothing.
*
* @param[in] window The window to maximize.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @par Thread Safety
* This function may only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_iconify
* @sa glfwIconifyWindow
* @sa glfwRestoreWindow
*
* @since Added in GLFW 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwMaximizeWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Makes the specified window visible.
*
* This function makes the specified window visible if it was previously
* hidden. If the window is already visible or is in full screen mode, this
* function does nothing.
*
* @param[in] window The window to make visible.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_hide
* @sa glfwHideWindow
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwShowWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Hides the specified window.
*
* This function hides the specified window if it was previously visible. If
* the window is already hidden or is in full screen mode, this function does
* nothing.
*
* @param[in] window The window to hide.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_hide
* @sa glfwShowWindow
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwHideWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Brings the specified window to front and sets input focus.
*
* This function brings the specified window to front and sets input focus.
* The window should already be visible and not iconified.
*
* By default, both windowed and full screen mode windows are focused when
* initially created. Set the [GLFW_FOCUSED](@ref window_hints_wnd) to disable
* this behavior.
*
* __Do not use this function__ to steal focus from other applications unless
* you are certain that is what the user wants. Focus stealing can be
* extremely disruptive.
*
* @param[in] window The window to give input focus.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_focus
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwFocusWindow(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Returns the monitor that the window uses for full screen mode.
*
* This function returns the handle of the monitor that the specified window is
* in full screen on.
*
* @param[in] window The window to query.
* @return The monitor, or `NULL` if the window is in windowed mode or an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_monitor
* @sa glfwSetWindowMonitor
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWmonitor* glfwGetWindowMonitor(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Sets the mode, monitor, video mode and placement of a window.
*
* This function sets the monitor that the window uses for full screen mode or,
* if the monitor is `NULL`, makes it windowed mode.
*
* When setting a monitor, this function updates the width, height and refresh
* rate of the desired video mode and switches to the video mode closest to it.
* The window position is ignored when setting a monitor.
*
* When the monitor is `NULL`, the position, width and height are used to
* place the window client area. The refresh rate is ignored when no monitor
* is specified.
*
* If you only wish to update the resolution of a full screen window or the
* size of a windowed mode window, see @ref glfwSetWindowSize.
*
* When a window transitions from full screen to windowed mode, this function
* restores any previous window settings such as whether it is decorated,
* floating, resizable, has size or aspect ratio limits, etc..
*
* @param[in] window The window whose monitor, size or video mode to set.
* @param[in] monitor The desired monitor, or `NULL` to set windowed mode.
* @param[in] xpos The desired x-coordinate of the upper-left corner of the
* client area.
* @param[in] ypos The desired y-coordinate of the upper-left corner of the
* client area.
* @param[in] width The desired with, in screen coordinates, of the client area
* or video mode.
* @param[in] height The desired height, in screen coordinates, of the client
* area or video mode.
* @param[in] refreshRate The desired refresh rate, in Hz, of the video mode,
* or `GLFW_DONT_CARE`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_monitor
* @sa @ref window_full_screen
* @sa glfwGetWindowMonitor
* @sa glfwSetWindowSize
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowMonitor(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWmonitor* monitor, int xpos, int ypos, int width, int height, int refreshRate);
/*! @brief Returns an attribute of the specified window.
*
* This function returns the value of an attribute of the specified window or
* its OpenGL or OpenGL ES context.
*
* @param[in] window The window to query.
* @param[in] attrib The [window attribute](@ref window_attribs) whose value to
* return.
* @return The value of the attribute, or zero if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark Framebuffer related hints are not window attributes. See @ref
* window_attribs_fb for more information.
*
* @remark Zero is a valid value for many window and context related
* attributes so you cannot use a return value of zero as an indication of
* errors. However, this function should not fail as long as it is passed
* valid arguments and the library has been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_attribs
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwGetWindowParam` and
* `glfwGetGLVersion`.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwGetWindowAttrib(GLFWwindow* window, int attrib);
/*! @brief Sets the user pointer of the specified window.
*
* This function sets the user-defined pointer of the specified window. The
* current value is retained until the window is destroyed. The initial value
* is `NULL`.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose pointer to set.
* @param[in] pointer The new value.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread. Access is not
* synchronized.
*
* @sa @ref window_userptr
* @sa glfwGetWindowUserPointer
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetWindowUserPointer(GLFWwindow* window, void* pointer);
/*! @brief Returns the user pointer of the specified window.
*
* This function returns the current value of the user-defined pointer of the
* specified window. The initial value is `NULL`.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose pointer to return.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread. Access is not
* synchronized.
*
* @sa @ref window_userptr
* @sa glfwSetWindowUserPointer
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void* glfwGetWindowUserPointer(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Sets the position callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the position callback of the specified window, which is
* called when the window is moved. The callback is provided with the screen
* position of the upper-left corner of the client area of the window.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_pos
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindowposfun glfwSetWindowPosCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWwindowposfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the size callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the size callback of the specified window, which is
* called when the window is resized. The callback is provided with the size,
* in screen coordinates, of the client area of the window.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_size
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter and return value.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindowsizefun glfwSetWindowSizeCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWwindowsizefun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the close callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the close callback of the specified window, which is
* called when the user attempts to close the window, for example by clicking
* the close widget in the title bar.
*
* The close flag is set before this callback is called, but you can modify it
* at any time with @ref glfwSetWindowShouldClose.
*
* The close callback is not triggered by @ref glfwDestroyWindow.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @remark @osx Selecting Quit from the application menu will trigger the close
* callback for all windows.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_close
*
* @since Added in version 2.5.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter and return value.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindowclosefun glfwSetWindowCloseCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWwindowclosefun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the refresh callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the refresh callback of the specified window, which is
* called when the client area of the window needs to be redrawn, for example
* if the window has been exposed after having been covered by another window.
*
* On compositing window systems such as Aero, Compiz or Aqua, where the window
* contents are saved off-screen, this callback may be called only very
* infrequently or never at all.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_refresh
*
* @since Added in version 2.5.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter and return value.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindowrefreshfun glfwSetWindowRefreshCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWwindowrefreshfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the focus callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the focus callback of the specified window, which is
* called when the window gains or loses input focus.
*
* After the focus callback is called for a window that lost input focus,
* synthetic key and mouse button release events will be generated for all such
* that had been pressed. For more information, see @ref glfwSetKeyCallback
* and @ref glfwSetMouseButtonCallback.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_focus
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindowfocusfun glfwSetWindowFocusCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWwindowfocusfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the iconify callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the iconification callback of the specified window, which
* is called when the window is iconified or restored.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_iconify
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindowiconifyfun glfwSetWindowIconifyCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWwindowiconifyfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the framebuffer resize callback for the specified window.
*
* This function sets the framebuffer resize callback of the specified window,
* which is called when the framebuffer of the specified window is resized.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref window_fbsize
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWframebuffersizefun glfwSetFramebufferSizeCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWframebuffersizefun cbfun);
/*! @brief Processes all pending events.
*
* This function processes only those events that are already in the event
* queue and then returns immediately. Processing events will cause the window
* and input callbacks associated with those events to be called.
*
* On some platforms, a window move, resize or menu operation will cause event
* processing to block. This is due to how event processing is designed on
* those platforms. You can use the
* [window refresh callback](@ref window_refresh) to redraw the contents of
* your window when necessary during such operations.
*
* On some platforms, certain events are sent directly to the application
* without going through the event queue, causing callbacks to be called
* outside of a call to one of the event processing functions.
*
* Event processing is not required for joystick input to work.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref events
* @sa glfwWaitEvents
* @sa glfwWaitEventsTimeout
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwPollEvents(void);
/*! @brief Waits until events are queued and processes them.
*
* This function puts the calling thread to sleep until at least one event is
* available in the event queue. Once one or more events are available,
* it behaves exactly like @ref glfwPollEvents, i.e. the events in the queue
* are processed and the function then returns immediately. Processing events
* will cause the window and input callbacks associated with those events to be
* called.
*
* Since not all events are associated with callbacks, this function may return
* without a callback having been called even if you are monitoring all
* callbacks.
*
* On some platforms, a window move, resize or menu operation will cause event
* processing to block. This is due to how event processing is designed on
* those platforms. You can use the
* [window refresh callback](@ref window_refresh) to redraw the contents of
* your window when necessary during such operations.
*
* On some platforms, certain callbacks may be called outside of a call to one
* of the event processing functions.
*
* If no windows exist, this function returns immediately. For synchronization
* of threads in applications that do not create windows, use your threading
* library of choice.
*
* Event processing is not required for joystick input to work.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref events
* @sa glfwPollEvents
* @sa glfwWaitEventsTimeout
*
* @since Added in version 2.5.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwWaitEvents(void);
/*! @brief Waits with timeout until events are queued and processes them.
*
* This function puts the calling thread to sleep until at least one event is
* available in the event queue, or until the specified timeout is reached. If
* one or more events are available, it behaves exactly like @ref
* glfwPollEvents, i.e. the events in the queue are processed and the function
* then returns immediately. Processing events will cause the window and input
* callbacks associated with those events to be called.
*
* The timeout value must be a positive finite number.
*
* Since not all events are associated with callbacks, this function may return
* without a callback having been called even if you are monitoring all
* callbacks.
*
* On some platforms, a window move, resize or menu operation will cause event
* processing to block. This is due to how event processing is designed on
* those platforms. You can use the
* [window refresh callback](@ref window_refresh) to redraw the contents of
* your window when necessary during such operations.
*
* On some platforms, certain callbacks may be called outside of a call to one
* of the event processing functions.
*
* If no windows exist, this function returns immediately. For synchronization
* of threads in applications that do not create windows, use your threading
* library of choice.
*
* Event processing is not required for joystick input to work.
*
* @param[in] timeout The maximum amount of time, in seconds, to wait.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref events
* @sa glfwPollEvents
* @sa glfwWaitEvents
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwWaitEventsTimeout(double timeout);
/*! @brief Posts an empty event to the event queue.
*
* This function posts an empty event from the current thread to the event
* queue, causing @ref glfwWaitEvents or @ref glfwWaitEventsTimeout to return.
*
* If no windows exist, this function returns immediately. For synchronization
* of threads in applications that do not create windows, use your threading
* library of choice.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref events
* @sa glfwWaitEvents
* @sa glfwWaitEventsTimeout
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwPostEmptyEvent(void);
/*! @brief Returns the value of an input option for the specified window.
*
* This function returns the value of an input option for the specified window.
* The mode must be one of `GLFW_CURSOR`, `GLFW_STICKY_KEYS` or
* `GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS`.
*
* @param[in] window The window to query.
* @param[in] mode One of `GLFW_CURSOR`, `GLFW_STICKY_KEYS` or
* `GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa glfwSetInputMode
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwGetInputMode(GLFWwindow* window, int mode);
/*! @brief Sets an input option for the specified window.
*
* This function sets an input mode option for the specified window. The mode
* must be one of `GLFW_CURSOR`, `GLFW_STICKY_KEYS` or
* `GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS`.
*
* If the mode is `GLFW_CURSOR`, the value must be one of the following cursor
* modes:
* - `GLFW_CURSOR_NORMAL` makes the cursor visible and behaving normally.
* - `GLFW_CURSOR_HIDDEN` makes the cursor invisible when it is over the client
* area of the window but does not restrict the cursor from leaving.
* - `GLFW_CURSOR_DISABLED` hides and grabs the cursor, providing virtual
* and unlimited cursor movement. This is useful for implementing for
* example 3D camera controls.
*
* If the mode is `GLFW_STICKY_KEYS`, the value must be either `GLFW_TRUE` to
* enable sticky keys, or `GLFW_FALSE` to disable it. If sticky keys are
* enabled, a key press will ensure that @ref glfwGetKey returns `GLFW_PRESS`
* the next time it is called even if the key had been released before the
* call. This is useful when you are only interested in whether keys have been
* pressed but not when or in which order.
*
* If the mode is `GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS`, the value must be either
* `GLFW_TRUE` to enable sticky mouse buttons, or `GLFW_FALSE` to disable it.
* If sticky mouse buttons are enabled, a mouse button press will ensure that
* @ref glfwGetMouseButton returns `GLFW_PRESS` the next time it is called even
* if the mouse button had been released before the call. This is useful when
* you are only interested in whether mouse buttons have been pressed but not
* when or in which order.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose input mode to set.
* @param[in] mode One of `GLFW_CURSOR`, `GLFW_STICKY_KEYS` or
* `GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS`.
* @param[in] value The new value of the specified input mode.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa glfwGetInputMode
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwEnable` and `glfwDisable`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetInputMode(GLFWwindow* window, int mode, int value);
/*! @brief Returns the localized name of the specified printable key.
*
* This function returns the localized name of the specified printable key.
* This is intended for displaying key bindings to the user.
*
* If the key is `GLFW_KEY_UNKNOWN`, the scancode is used instead, otherwise
* the scancode is ignored. If a non-printable key or (if the key is
* `GLFW_KEY_UNKNOWN`) a scancode that maps to a non-printable key is
* specified, this function returns `NULL`.
*
* This behavior allows you to pass in the arguments passed to the
* [key callback](@ref input_key) without modification.
*
* The printable keys are:
* - `GLFW_KEY_APOSTROPHE`
* - `GLFW_KEY_COMMA`
* - `GLFW_KEY_MINUS`
* - `GLFW_KEY_PERIOD`
* - `GLFW_KEY_SLASH`
* - `GLFW_KEY_SEMICOLON`
* - `GLFW_KEY_EQUAL`
* - `GLFW_KEY_LEFT_BRACKET`
* - `GLFW_KEY_RIGHT_BRACKET`
* - `GLFW_KEY_BACKSLASH`
* - `GLFW_KEY_WORLD_1`
* - `GLFW_KEY_WORLD_2`
* - `GLFW_KEY_0` to `GLFW_KEY_9`
* - `GLFW_KEY_A` to `GLFW_KEY_Z`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_0` to `GLFW_KEY_KP_9`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_DECIMAL`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_DIVIDE`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_MULTIPLY`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_SUBTRACT`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_ADD`
* - `GLFW_KEY_KP_EQUAL`
*
* @param[in] key The key to query, or `GLFW_KEY_UNKNOWN`.
* @param[in] scancode The scancode of the key to query.
* @return The localized name of the key, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned string is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the next call to @ref
* glfwGetKeyName, or until the library is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_key_name
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI const char* glfwGetKeyName(int key, int scancode);
/*! @brief Returns the last reported state of a keyboard key for the specified
* window.
*
* This function returns the last state reported for the specified key to the
* specified window. The returned state is one of `GLFW_PRESS` or
* `GLFW_RELEASE`. The higher-level action `GLFW_REPEAT` is only reported to
* the key callback.
*
* If the `GLFW_STICKY_KEYS` input mode is enabled, this function returns
* `GLFW_PRESS` the first time you call it for a key that was pressed, even if
* that key has already been released.
*
* The key functions deal with physical keys, with [key tokens](@ref keys)
* named after their use on the standard US keyboard layout. If you want to
* input text, use the Unicode character callback instead.
*
* The [modifier key bit masks](@ref mods) are not key tokens and cannot be
* used with this function.
*
* __Do not use this function__ to implement [text input](@ref input_char).
*
* @param[in] window The desired window.
* @param[in] key The desired [keyboard key](@ref keys). `GLFW_KEY_UNKNOWN` is
* not a valid key for this function.
* @return One of `GLFW_PRESS` or `GLFW_RELEASE`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_key
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwGetKey(GLFWwindow* window, int key);
/*! @brief Returns the last reported state of a mouse button for the specified
* window.
*
* This function returns the last state reported for the specified mouse button
* to the specified window. The returned state is one of `GLFW_PRESS` or
* `GLFW_RELEASE`.
*
* If the `GLFW_STICKY_MOUSE_BUTTONS` input mode is enabled, this function
* `GLFW_PRESS` the first time you call it for a mouse button that was pressed,
* even if that mouse button has already been released.
*
* @param[in] window The desired window.
* @param[in] button The desired [mouse button](@ref buttons).
* @return One of `GLFW_PRESS` or `GLFW_RELEASE`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_mouse_button
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwGetMouseButton(GLFWwindow* window, int button);
/*! @brief Retrieves the position of the cursor relative to the client area of
* the window.
*
* This function returns the position of the cursor, in screen coordinates,
* relative to the upper-left corner of the client area of the specified
* window.
*
* If the cursor is disabled (with `GLFW_CURSOR_DISABLED`) then the cursor
* position is unbounded and limited only by the minimum and maximum values of
* a `double`.
*
* The coordinate can be converted to their integer equivalents with the
* `floor` function. Casting directly to an integer type works for positive
* coordinates, but fails for negative ones.
*
* Any or all of the position arguments may be `NULL`. If an error occurs, all
* non-`NULL` position arguments will be set to zero.
*
* @param[in] window The desired window.
* @param[out] xpos Where to store the cursor x-coordinate, relative to the
* left edge of the client area, or `NULL`.
* @param[out] ypos Where to store the cursor y-coordinate, relative to the to
* top edge of the client area, or `NULL`.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_pos
* @sa glfwSetCursorPos
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwGetMousePos`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwGetCursorPos(GLFWwindow* window, double* xpos, double* ypos);
/*! @brief Sets the position of the cursor, relative to the client area of the
* window.
*
* This function sets the position, in screen coordinates, of the cursor
* relative to the upper-left corner of the client area of the specified
* window. The window must have input focus. If the window does not have
* input focus when this function is called, it fails silently.
*
* __Do not use this function__ to implement things like camera controls. GLFW
* already provides the `GLFW_CURSOR_DISABLED` cursor mode that hides the
* cursor, transparently re-centers it and provides unconstrained cursor
* motion. See @ref glfwSetInputMode for more information.
*
* If the cursor mode is `GLFW_CURSOR_DISABLED` then the cursor position is
* unconstrained and limited only by the minimum and maximum values of
* a `double`.
*
* @param[in] window The desired window.
* @param[in] xpos The desired x-coordinate, relative to the left edge of the
* client area.
* @param[in] ypos The desired y-coordinate, relative to the top edge of the
* client area.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_pos
* @sa glfwGetCursorPos
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwSetMousePos`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetCursorPos(GLFWwindow* window, double xpos, double ypos);
/*! @brief Creates a custom cursor.
*
* Creates a new custom cursor image that can be set for a window with @ref
* glfwSetCursor. The cursor can be destroyed with @ref glfwDestroyCursor.
* Any remaining cursors are destroyed by @ref glfwTerminate.
*
* The pixels are 32-bit, little-endian, non-premultiplied RGBA, i.e. eight
* bits per channel. They are arranged canonically as packed sequential rows,
* starting from the top-left corner.
*
* The cursor hotspot is specified in pixels, relative to the upper-left corner
* of the cursor image. Like all other coordinate systems in GLFW, the X-axis
* points to the right and the Y-axis points down.
*
* @param[in] image The desired cursor image.
* @param[in] xhot The desired x-coordinate, in pixels, of the cursor hotspot.
* @param[in] yhot The desired y-coordinate, in pixels, of the cursor hotspot.
* @return The handle of the created cursor, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The specified image data is copied before this function
* returns.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_object
* @sa glfwDestroyCursor
* @sa glfwCreateStandardCursor
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWcursor* glfwCreateCursor(const GLFWimage* image, int xhot, int yhot);
/*! @brief Creates a cursor with a standard shape.
*
* Returns a cursor with a [standard shape](@ref shapes), that can be set for
* a window with @ref glfwSetCursor.
*
* @param[in] shape One of the [standard shapes](@ref shapes).
* @return A new cursor ready to use or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_object
* @sa glfwCreateCursor
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWcursor* glfwCreateStandardCursor(int shape);
/*! @brief Destroys a cursor.
*
* This function destroys a cursor previously created with @ref
* glfwCreateCursor. Any remaining cursors will be destroyed by @ref
* glfwTerminate.
*
* @param[in] cursor The cursor object to destroy.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @reentrancy This function must not be called from a callback.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_object
* @sa glfwCreateCursor
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwDestroyCursor(GLFWcursor* cursor);
/*! @brief Sets the cursor for the window.
*
* This function sets the cursor image to be used when the cursor is over the
* client area of the specified window. The set cursor will only be visible
* when the [cursor mode](@ref cursor_mode) of the window is
* `GLFW_CURSOR_NORMAL`.
*
* On some platforms, the set cursor may not be visible unless the window also
* has input focus.
*
* @param[in] window The window to set the cursor for.
* @param[in] cursor The cursor to set, or `NULL` to switch back to the default
* arrow cursor.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_object
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetCursor(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWcursor* cursor);
/*! @brief Sets the key callback.
*
* This function sets the key callback of the specified window, which is called
* when a key is pressed, repeated or released.
*
* The key functions deal with physical keys, with layout independent
* [key tokens](@ref keys) named after their values in the standard US keyboard
* layout. If you want to input text, use the
* [character callback](@ref glfwSetCharCallback) instead.
*
* When a window loses input focus, it will generate synthetic key release
* events for all pressed keys. You can tell these events from user-generated
* events by the fact that the synthetic ones are generated after the focus
* loss event has been processed, i.e. after the
* [window focus callback](@ref glfwSetWindowFocusCallback) has been called.
*
* The scancode of a key is specific to that platform or sometimes even to that
* machine. Scancodes are intended to allow users to bind keys that don't have
* a GLFW key token. Such keys have `key` set to `GLFW_KEY_UNKNOWN`, their
* state is not saved and so it cannot be queried with @ref glfwGetKey.
*
* Sometimes GLFW needs to generate synthetic key events, in which case the
* scancode may be zero.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new key callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently
* set callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_key
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter and return value.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWkeyfun glfwSetKeyCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWkeyfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the Unicode character callback.
*
* This function sets the character callback of the specified window, which is
* called when a Unicode character is input.
*
* The character callback is intended for Unicode text input. As it deals with
* characters, it is keyboard layout dependent, whereas the
* [key callback](@ref glfwSetKeyCallback) is not. Characters do not map 1:1
* to physical keys, as a key may produce zero, one or more characters. If you
* want to know whether a specific physical key was pressed or released, see
* the key callback instead.
*
* The character callback behaves as system text input normally does and will
* not be called if modifier keys are held down that would prevent normal text
* input on that platform, for example a Super (Command) key on OS X or Alt key
* on Windows. There is a
* [character with modifiers callback](@ref glfwSetCharModsCallback) that
* receives these events.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_char
*
* @since Added in version 2.4.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter and return value.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWcharfun glfwSetCharCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWcharfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the Unicode character with modifiers callback.
*
* This function sets the character with modifiers callback of the specified
* window, which is called when a Unicode character is input regardless of what
* modifier keys are used.
*
* The character with modifiers callback is intended for implementing custom
* Unicode character input. For regular Unicode text input, see the
* [character callback](@ref glfwSetCharCallback). Like the character
* callback, the character with modifiers callback deals with characters and is
* keyboard layout dependent. Characters do not map 1:1 to physical keys, as
* a key may produce zero, one or more characters. If you want to know whether
* a specific physical key was pressed or released, see the
* [key callback](@ref glfwSetKeyCallback) instead.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_char
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWcharmodsfun glfwSetCharModsCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWcharmodsfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the mouse button callback.
*
* This function sets the mouse button callback of the specified window, which
* is called when a mouse button is pressed or released.
*
* When a window loses input focus, it will generate synthetic mouse button
* release events for all pressed mouse buttons. You can tell these events
* from user-generated events by the fact that the synthetic ones are generated
* after the focus loss event has been processed, i.e. after the
* [window focus callback](@ref glfwSetWindowFocusCallback) has been called.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref input_mouse_button
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter and return value.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWmousebuttonfun glfwSetMouseButtonCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWmousebuttonfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the cursor position callback.
*
* This function sets the cursor position callback of the specified window,
* which is called when the cursor is moved. The callback is provided with the
* position, in screen coordinates, relative to the upper-left corner of the
* client area of the window.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_pos
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwSetMousePosCallback`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWcursorposfun glfwSetCursorPosCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWcursorposfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the cursor enter/exit callback.
*
* This function sets the cursor boundary crossing callback of the specified
* window, which is called when the cursor enters or leaves the client area of
* the window.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref cursor_enter
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWcursorenterfun glfwSetCursorEnterCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWcursorenterfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the scroll callback.
*
* This function sets the scroll callback of the specified window, which is
* called when a scrolling device is used, such as a mouse wheel or scrolling
* area of a touchpad.
*
* The scroll callback receives all scrolling input, like that from a mouse
* wheel or a touchpad scrolling area.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new scroll callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently
* set callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref scrolling
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwSetMouseWheelCallback`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWscrollfun glfwSetScrollCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWscrollfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the file drop callback.
*
* This function sets the file drop callback of the specified window, which is
* called when one or more dragged files are dropped on the window.
*
* Because the path array and its strings may have been generated specifically
* for that event, they are not guaranteed to be valid after the callback has
* returned. If you wish to use them after the callback returns, you need to
* make a deep copy.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose callback to set.
* @param[in] cbfun The new file drop callback, or `NULL` to remove the
* currently set callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref path_drop
*
* @since Added in version 3.1.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWdropfun glfwSetDropCallback(GLFWwindow* window, GLFWdropfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Returns whether the specified joystick is present.
*
* This function returns whether the specified joystick is present.
*
* @param[in] joy The [joystick](@ref joysticks) to query.
* @return `GLFW_TRUE` if the joystick is present, or `GLFW_FALSE` otherwise.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref joystick
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwGetJoystickParam`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwJoystickPresent(int joy);
/*! @brief Returns the values of all axes of the specified joystick.
*
* This function returns the values of all axes of the specified joystick.
* Each element in the array is a value between -1.0 and 1.0.
*
* Querying a joystick slot with no device present is not an error, but will
* cause this function to return `NULL`. Call @ref glfwJoystickPresent to
* check device presence.
*
* @param[in] joy The [joystick](@ref joysticks) to query.
* @param[out] count Where to store the number of axis values in the returned
* array. This is set to zero if the joystick is not present or an error
* occurred.
* @return An array of axis values, or `NULL` if the joystick is not present or
* an [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned array is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the specified joystick is
* disconnected, this function is called again for that joystick or the library
* is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref joystick_axis
*
* @since Added in version 3.0. Replaces `glfwGetJoystickPos`.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI const float* glfwGetJoystickAxes(int joy, int* count);
/*! @brief Returns the state of all buttons of the specified joystick.
*
* This function returns the state of all buttons of the specified joystick.
* Each element in the array is either `GLFW_PRESS` or `GLFW_RELEASE`.
*
* Querying a joystick slot with no device present is not an error, but will
* cause this function to return `NULL`. Call @ref glfwJoystickPresent to
* check device presence.
*
* @param[in] joy The [joystick](@ref joysticks) to query.
* @param[out] count Where to store the number of button states in the returned
* array. This is set to zero if the joystick is not present or an error
* occurred.
* @return An array of button states, or `NULL` if the joystick is not present
* or an [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned array is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the specified joystick is
* disconnected, this function is called again for that joystick or the library
* is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref joystick_button
*
* @since Added in version 2.2.
* @glfw3 Changed to return a dynamic array.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI const unsigned char* glfwGetJoystickButtons(int joy, int* count);
/*! @brief Returns the name of the specified joystick.
*
* This function returns the name, encoded as UTF-8, of the specified joystick.
* The returned string is allocated and freed by GLFW. You should not free it
* yourself.
*
* Querying a joystick slot with no device present is not an error, but will
* cause this function to return `NULL`. Call @ref glfwJoystickPresent to
* check device presence.
*
* @param[in] joy The [joystick](@ref joysticks) to query.
* @return The UTF-8 encoded name of the joystick, or `NULL` if the joystick
* is not present or an [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_ENUM and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned string is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the specified joystick is
* disconnected, this function is called again for that joystick or the library
* is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref joystick_name
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI const char* glfwGetJoystickName(int joy);
/*! @brief Sets the joystick configuration callback.
*
* This function sets the joystick configuration callback, or removes the
* currently set callback. This is called when a joystick is connected to or
* disconnected from the system.
*
* @param[in] cbfun The new callback, or `NULL` to remove the currently set
* callback.
* @return The previously set callback, or `NULL` if no callback was set or the
* library had not been [initialized](@ref intro_init).
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref joystick_event
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWjoystickfun glfwSetJoystickCallback(GLFWjoystickfun cbfun);
/*! @brief Sets the clipboard to the specified string.
*
* This function sets the system clipboard to the specified, UTF-8 encoded
* string.
*
* @param[in] window The window that will own the clipboard contents.
* @param[in] string A UTF-8 encoded string.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The specified string is copied before this function
* returns.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref clipboard
* @sa glfwGetClipboardString
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetClipboardString(GLFWwindow* window, const char* string);
/*! @brief Returns the contents of the clipboard as a string.
*
* This function returns the contents of the system clipboard, if it contains
* or is convertible to a UTF-8 encoded string. If the clipboard is empty or
* if its contents cannot be converted, `NULL` is returned and a @ref
* GLFW_FORMAT_UNAVAILABLE error is generated.
*
* @param[in] window The window that will request the clipboard contents.
* @return The contents of the clipboard as a UTF-8 encoded string, or `NULL`
* if an [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned string is allocated and freed by GLFW. You
* should not free it yourself. It is valid until the next call to @ref
* glfwGetClipboardString or @ref glfwSetClipboardString, or until the library
* is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function must only be called from the main thread.
*
* @sa @ref clipboard
* @sa glfwSetClipboardString
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI const char* glfwGetClipboardString(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Returns the value of the GLFW timer.
*
* This function returns the value of the GLFW timer. Unless the timer has
* been set using @ref glfwSetTime, the timer measures time elapsed since GLFW
* was initialized.
*
* The resolution of the timer is system dependent, but is usually on the order
* of a few micro- or nanoseconds. It uses the highest-resolution monotonic
* time source on each supported platform.
*
* @return The current value, in seconds, or zero if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread. Reading and
* writing of the internal timer offset is not atomic, so it needs to be
* externally synchronized with calls to @ref glfwSetTime.
*
* @sa @ref time
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI double glfwGetTime(void);
/*! @brief Sets the GLFW timer.
*
* This function sets the value of the GLFW timer. It then continues to count
* up from that value. The value must be a positive finite number less than
* or equal to 18446744073.0, which is approximately 584.5 years.
*
* @param[in] time The new value, in seconds.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED and @ref
* GLFW_INVALID_VALUE.
*
* @remark The upper limit of the timer is calculated as
* floor((2<sup>64</sup> - 1) / 10<sup>9</sup>) and is due to implementations
* storing nanoseconds in 64 bits. The limit may be increased in the future.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread. Reading and
* writing of the internal timer offset is not atomic, so it needs to be
* externally synchronized with calls to @ref glfwGetTime.
*
* @sa @ref time
*
* @since Added in version 2.2.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSetTime(double time);
/*! @brief Returns the current value of the raw timer.
*
* This function returns the current value of the raw timer, measured in
* 1&nbsp;/&nbsp;frequency seconds. To get the frequency, call @ref
* glfwGetTimerFrequency.
*
* @return The value of the timer, or zero if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref time
* @sa glfwGetTimerFrequency
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI uint64_t glfwGetTimerValue(void);
/*! @brief Returns the frequency, in Hz, of the raw timer.
*
* This function returns the frequency, in Hz, of the raw timer.
*
* @return The frequency of the timer, in Hz, or zero if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref time
* @sa glfwGetTimerValue
*
* @since Added in version 3.2.
*
* @ingroup input
*/
GLFWAPI uint64_t glfwGetTimerFrequency(void);
/*! @brief Makes the context of the specified window current for the calling
* thread.
*
* This function makes the OpenGL or OpenGL ES context of the specified window
* current on the calling thread. A context can only be made current on
* a single thread at a time and each thread can have only a single current
* context at a time.
*
* By default, making a context non-current implicitly forces a pipeline flush.
* On machines that support `GL_KHR_context_flush_control`, you can control
* whether a context performs this flush by setting the
* [GLFW_CONTEXT_RELEASE_BEHAVIOR](@ref window_hints_ctx) window hint.
*
* The specified window must have an OpenGL or OpenGL ES context. Specifying
* a window without a context will generate a @ref GLFW_NO_WINDOW_CONTEXT
* error.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose context to make current, or `NULL` to
* detach the current context.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_NO_WINDOW_CONTEXT and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref context_current
* @sa glfwGetCurrentContext
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup context
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwMakeContextCurrent(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Returns the window whose context is current on the calling thread.
*
* This function returns the window whose OpenGL or OpenGL ES context is
* current on the calling thread.
*
* @return The window whose context is current, or `NULL` if no window's
* context is current.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref context_current
* @sa glfwMakeContextCurrent
*
* @since Added in version 3.0.
*
* @ingroup context
*/
GLFWAPI GLFWwindow* glfwGetCurrentContext(void);
/*! @brief Swaps the front and back buffers of the specified window.
*
* This function swaps the front and back buffers of the specified window when
* rendering with OpenGL or OpenGL ES. If the swap interval is greater than
* zero, the GPU driver waits the specified number of screen updates before
* swapping the buffers.
*
* The specified window must have an OpenGL or OpenGL ES context. Specifying
* a window without a context will generate a @ref GLFW_NO_WINDOW_CONTEXT
* error.
*
* This function does not apply to Vulkan. If you are rendering with Vulkan,
* see `vkQueuePresentKHR` instead.
*
* @param[in] window The window whose buffers to swap.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_NO_WINDOW_CONTEXT and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark __EGL:__ The context of the specified window must be current on the
* calling thread.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref buffer_swap
* @sa glfwSwapInterval
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
* @glfw3 Added window handle parameter.
*
* @ingroup window
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSwapBuffers(GLFWwindow* window);
/*! @brief Sets the swap interval for the current context.
*
* This function sets the swap interval for the current OpenGL or OpenGL ES
* context, i.e. the number of screen updates to wait from the time @ref
* glfwSwapBuffers was called before swapping the buffers and returning. This
* is sometimes called _vertical synchronization_, _vertical retrace
* synchronization_ or just _vsync_.
*
* Contexts that support either of the `WGL_EXT_swap_control_tear` and
* `GLX_EXT_swap_control_tear` extensions also accept negative swap intervals,
* which allow the driver to swap even if a frame arrives a little bit late.
* You can check for the presence of these extensions using @ref
* glfwExtensionSupported. For more information about swap tearing, see the
* extension specifications.
*
* A context must be current on the calling thread. Calling this function
* without a current context will cause a @ref GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT error.
*
* This function does not apply to Vulkan. If you are rendering with Vulkan,
* see the present mode of your swapchain instead.
*
* @param[in] interval The minimum number of screen updates to wait for
* until the buffers are swapped by @ref glfwSwapBuffers.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark This function is not called during context creation, leaving the
* swap interval set to whatever is the default on that platform. This is done
* because some swap interval extensions used by GLFW do not allow the swap
* interval to be reset to zero once it has been set to a non-zero value.
*
* @remark Some GPU drivers do not honor the requested swap interval, either
* because of a user setting that overrides the application's request or due to
* bugs in the driver.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref buffer_swap
* @sa glfwSwapBuffers
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup context
*/
GLFWAPI void glfwSwapInterval(int interval);
/*! @brief Returns whether the specified extension is available.
*
* This function returns whether the specified
* [API extension](@ref context_glext) is supported by the current OpenGL or
* OpenGL ES context. It searches both for client API extension and context
* creation API extensions.
*
* A context must be current on the calling thread. Calling this function
* without a current context will cause a @ref GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT error.
*
* As this functions retrieves and searches one or more extension strings each
* call, it is recommended that you cache its results if it is going to be used
* frequently. The extension strings will not change during the lifetime of
* a context, so there is no danger in doing this.
*
* This function does not apply to Vulkan. If you are using Vulkan, see @ref
* glfwGetRequiredInstanceExtensions, `vkEnumerateInstanceExtensionProperties`
* and `vkEnumerateDeviceExtensionProperties` instead.
*
* @param[in] extension The ASCII encoded name of the extension.
* @return `GLFW_TRUE` if the extension is available, or `GLFW_FALSE`
* otherwise.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT, @ref GLFW_INVALID_VALUE and @ref
* GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref context_glext
* @sa glfwGetProcAddress
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*
* @ingroup context
*/
GLFWAPI int glfwExtensionSupported(const char* extension);
/*! @brief Returns the address of the specified function for the current
* context.
*
* This function returns the address of the specified OpenGL or OpenGL ES
* [core or extension function](@ref context_glext), if it is supported
* by the current context.
*
* A context must be current on the calling thread. Calling this function
* without a current context will cause a @ref GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT error.
*
* This function does not apply to Vulkan. If you are rendering with Vulkan,
* see @ref glfwGetInstanceProcAddress, `vkGetInstanceProcAddr` and
* `vkGetDeviceProcAddr` instead.
*
* @param[in] procname The ASCII encoded name of the function.
* @return The address of the function, or `NULL` if an
* [error](@ref error_handling) occurred.
*
* @errors Possible errors include @ref GLFW_NOT_INITIALIZED, @ref
* GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT and @ref GLFW_PLATFORM_ERROR.
*
* @remark The address of a given function is not guaranteed to be the same
* between contexts.
*
* @remark This function may return a non-`NULL` address despite the
* associated version or extension not being available. Always check the
* context version or extension string first.
*
* @pointer_lifetime The returned function pointer is valid until the context
* is destroyed or the library is terminated.
*
* @thread_safety This function may be called from any thread.
*
* @sa @ref context_glext
* @sa glfwExtensionSupported
*
* @since Added in version 1.0.
*