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DirectX Programming #1 Kang, Seongtae Computer Graphics, 2009 Spring
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Contents Installation and Settings Introduction to Direct3D 9 Graphics Initializing Direct3D Rendering Vertices
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Installation DirectX SDK You can download from Microsoft’s homepage for free Latest Version : March 2009 milyID=24a541d6-0486-4453-8641-1eee9e21b282 You need not to get the latest version of SDK April 2007 or later are OK
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DirectX Layers Native DirectX SDK COM-based API (C++ based) Supports Visual C++ and Visual Basic Managed DirectX Microsoft .Net wrapper for DirectX API Supports .NET langueages (C#, VB.Net, C++/CLI, . ..) Obsoleted Managed DirectX 9 for .NET framework 1.1 is the last version No x64 support This lecture covers native DirectX APIs on the Win32 platform only If you prefer, you can do your assignments with Managed DirectX and C#
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Visual Studio Settings Add DirectX include and library directories <Menu> Tools Options Projects and Solutions VC++ Directories
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Visual Studio Settings Move the DirectX directories to the top Visual Studio contains some old-version of DirectX headers and libraries, which may cause confliction with newer version
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Sample and tutorial codes Sample codes [DX directory]/Samples/C++/Direct3D Tutorial Codes [DX directory]/Samples/C++/Direct3D/Tutorials
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Using Sample Browser Some versions of DirectX SDK do not contain the sample browser.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course CSE 4190.410 taught by Professor Shinyeonggil during the Spring '09 term at Seoul National.

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