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I can load textures fine when their size is 256, 256 or below. But I tried loading several different images with the size of (512, 512), but it seg faulted on me. Does OpenIL only load textures with a maximum size of 256, 256?

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Hey what's up. I am using DevIL/OpenIL in my engine, but honestly I've never tried anything over 256x256 until you posted. Well I resized a PNG graphic to 512x512 and DevIL loaded it fine.

I'm running Win32 using SDL/OpenGL with VC7 compiler.

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I let DevIL do all the work for me. Here's my code.

gameloop.cpp / GameInit ():

// Initialize DevIL
ilInit ();
iluInit ();
ilutInit ();
ilutRenderer (ILUT_OPENGL);



gameres.cpp / BodLoadObject ():

// Read object file header
if (!GetLine (Buffer, 256, fp))
{
fclose (fp);
return (0);
}
sscanf (Buffer, "%s %d %d %d", TextureFile, &NumVerts, &NumTVerts, &NumPolys);
Object->texture = ilutGLLoadImage (TextureFile);



gameres.cpp / BwdLoadWorld ():

for (i = 0; i < NumTexs; i++)
{
if (!GetLine (Buffer, 256, fp))
{
fclose (fp);
return (0);
}
sscanf (Buffer, "%s", TextureFile);
sector01.texture = ilutGLLoadImage (TextureFile);
}



And that's all the code I have pertaining to texture loading.

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