[osg-users] SubloadCallback on iOS: missing texture.

Stephan Huber ratzfatz at digitalmind.de
Sat Apr 23 02:00:07 PDT 2011


it's hard to tell what's going wrong on your end without seeing the
code. Texture-subloading works on IOS in general, if you are using an
osg::Image which is attached to an osg::Texture and set it's dirty-flag.

As a general note: TextureRectangle is not supported on OpenGL ES,
there's an extension to use NPOT Texture2Ds on IOS, which is supported
and used by osg.


Am 22.04.11 22:54, schrieb Alessandro Terenzi:
> I'm trying to use a SubloadCallback to update a NPOT texture in an app for
> iOS. Actually the very same logic seems to work fine on a PC but on iOS it
> is not working: I always get a flat-white color on the plane supposed to be
> textured (I'm referring to the examples about SubloadCallbacks that can be
> found in the forum and I'm using the latest tagged version of OSG 2.9.12).
> When I execute the app, I notice that the load method generates this
> warning:
> *Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' at After
> Renderer::compile
> *
> and the subload method:
> *Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' at after
> RenderBin::draw(..)*
> (repeated forever...)
> Is there something that must be done for iOS in order to successfully use
> SubloadCallbacks? By the way, I also tried to override
> the textureObjectValid(.) method so that it always returns true (as
> suggested in another thread), this makes it to work on a PC but not yet on
> iOS devices.
> Thank you for your help.
> Alessandro
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