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hi

according to this tutorial:

http://takinginitiative.wordpress.com/2008/09/02/directx10-tutorial-2-basic-primitive-rendering/

do I have to create a separate rasterizer state for each configuration at my application startup?

Let's say I want to draw faces with different face culling methods (back or front or disabled).

Do I have to create 3 times different rasterizer states?

Thanks in advence!

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isn't it silly? I mean... a lot of code to write just to change the single cull state

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What you can do is create a wrapper class for the D3D10_RASTERIZER_DESC which sets everything to its default value. Then you can change only the values you want. So you don't have to type that all the time. In my case I created a wrapper class with D3D11_RASTERIZER_DESC(I'm using DirectX 11) as its private member. But you can also create a struct or class that inherits from D3D10_RASTERIZER_DESC.

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