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 +====== Extending Sparrow ======
 +Sometimes, you want to squeeze out the last bit of performance. You want to make the calls to OpenGL yourself. In Sparrow, that's easy to do. Just override the "​render:"​ method that is implemented by any display object.
 +<code objc>
 +- (void)render:​(SPRenderSupport *)support
 +    [support bindTexture:​mTexture];​
 +    glEnable(GL_POINT_SPRITE_OES);​
 +    // ...
 +    glDisable(GL_POINT_SPRITE_OES);​
 +In that sample, the developer wants to use OpenGL point sprites. By overriding the "​render:"​ method, Sparrow will use this custom code to draw the object.
 +  * When the render method is executed, OpenGL'​s transformation matrices are already pointing to the local coordinate system.
 +  * The "​support"​ object contains some methods that help during rendering, e.g. a "​bindTexture:"​ method that only forwards the call to OpenGL if another texture is bound.
 +If you want to take this path, I recommend you have a look at Sparrow'​s default rendering code, and find some orientation there.
  manual_v1/extending_sparrow.txt · Last modified: 2013/03/05 10:19 (external edit)
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