Provides access to OpenGL functions for a specified version and profile. More…
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- class PySide6.QtOpenGL.QOpenGLVersionFunctionsFactory#
- static PySide6.QtOpenGL.QOpenGLVersionFunctionsFactory.get([versionProfile=QOpenGLVersionProfile()[, context=None]])#
Returns a pointer to an object that provides access to all functions for the
versionProfile of the
context. There is no need to call QAbstractOpenGLFunctions::initializeOpenGLFunctions() as long as the
context is current. It is also possible to call this function when the
context is not current, but in that case it is the caller’s responsibility to ensure proper initialization by calling QAbstractOpenGLFunctions::initializeOpenGLFunctions() afterwards.
Usually one would use the template version of this function to automatically have the result cast to the correct type.