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package glfw
//#include <stdlib.h>
//#include "glfw/include/GLFW/glfw3.h"
import "C"
import (
// MakeContextCurrent makes the context of the window current.
// Originally GLFW 3 passes a null pointer to detach the context.
// But since we're using receievers, DetachCurrentContext should
// be used instead.
func (w *Window) MakeContextCurrent() {
// DetachCurrentContext detaches the current context.
func DetachCurrentContext() {
// GetCurrentContext returns the window whose context is current.
func GetCurrentContext() *Window {
w := C.glfwGetCurrentContext()
if w == nil {
return nil
return windows.get(w)
// SwapBuffers swaps the front and back buffers of the window. If the
// swap interval is greater than zero, the GPU driver waits the specified number
// of screen updates before swapping the buffers.
func (w *Window) SwapBuffers() {
// SwapInterval sets the swap interval for the current context, i.e. the number
// of screen updates to wait before swapping the buffers of a window and
// returning from SwapBuffers. This is sometimes called
// 'vertical synchronization', 'vertical retrace synchronization' or '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
// ExtensionSupported. For more information about swap tearing,
// see the extension specifications.
// Some GPU drivers do not honor the requested swap interval, either because of
// user settings that override the request or due to bugs in the driver.
func SwapInterval(interval int) {
// ExtensionSupported reports whether the specified OpenGL or context creation
// API extension is supported by the current context. For example, on Windows
// both the OpenGL and WGL extension strings are checked.
// As this functions searches one or more extension strings on each call, it is
// recommended that you cache its results if it's 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.
func ExtensionSupported(extension string) bool {
e := C.CString(extension)
ret := glfwbool(C.glfwExtensionSupported(e))
return ret
// GetProcAddress returns the address of the specified OpenGL or OpenGL ES core
// or extension function, 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 GLFW_NO_CURRENT_CONTEXT error.
// This function is used to provide GL proc resolving capabilities to an
// external C library.
func GetProcAddress(procname string) unsafe.Pointer {
p := C.CString(procname)
ret := unsafe.Pointer(C.glfwGetProcAddress(p))
return ret