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#1 wise_Guy   Members   

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Posted 30 January 2000 - 09:18 PM

Hallo all, Just wondering, in the book by Andre Lamoth, a bitmap loading function is given. It seems to work fine, but when i unload the first bitmap after displaying it, whatever, I can''t load another one - there isn''t enough memory. I''ve scanned through the code and there isn''t a leak that my inexperience C++ brain can detect, but has anyone else experienced this and/or discovered a solution. Or has anyone else got a bitmap loader that''s reliable and easy to use (and free, preferably...) thanks for your help... wiseGuy

#2 Chris F   Members   

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Posted 30 January 2000 - 10:06 PM

Use the ddutil bitmap loaders that come with direct x you can find them in the directories folder. There are two versions DDLoadBitmap and DDReLoadBitmap, there almost the same except DDReLoadBitmap loads a bitmap straight into a surface. Later.




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