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State management (DX9)

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Hello! Does DirectX 9 support somekind of push/pop state management? I know there was something regarding with fonts. You could push the states and then just pop then. What was it? Is some kind of mechanism slow or is it fast ? The idea is: ChangeTexture(one.dds) - change ChangeTexture(one.dds) - don't change, active texture is allready one.dds ChangeTexture(two.dds) - change etc.. The same for SetLight, SetVB, SetIB etc... I don't want to write a wrapper for each and every function like this: PSEUDO: ChangeTexture(newTexture) if CurrentTexture != newTexture : DoTheChange And also for the State Management sample in DX it is way to complicated. Does anyone have a better/easier solution?

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the way i am handling this is that for everything that i am getting ready to render, i setup as so:

setshader
settexture
setvb
setib
setvf
applyChanges

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