OGRE  1.12.9
Object-Oriented Graphics Rendering Engine
Ogre::ProfileSessionListener Class Referenceabstract

ProfileSessionListener should be used to visualize profile results. More...

#include <OgreProfiler.h>

+ Inheritance diagram for Ogre::ProfileSessionListener:

Public Member Functions

virtual ~ProfileSessionListener ()
 
virtual void changeEnableState (bool enabled)
 If the profiler disables this listener then it should hide its panels (if any exists) or stop sending data over the network. More...
 
virtual void displayResults (const ProfileInstance &instance, ulong maxTotalFrameTime)
 Here we get the real profiling information which we can use. More...
 
virtual void finializeSession ()=0
 All internal resources should be deleted here. More...
 
virtual void initializeSession ()=0
 Create the internal resources. More...
 

Detailed Description

ProfileSessionListener should be used to visualize profile results.

Concrete impl. could be done using Overlay's but its not limited to them you can also create a custom listener which sends the profile informtaion over a network.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ ~ProfileSessionListener()

virtual Ogre::ProfileSessionListener::~ProfileSessionListener ( )
inlinevirtual

Member Function Documentation

◆ initializeSession()

virtual void Ogre::ProfileSessionListener::initializeSession ( )
pure virtual

Create the internal resources.

Implemented in Ogre::OverlayProfileSessionListener.

◆ finializeSession()

virtual void Ogre::ProfileSessionListener::finializeSession ( )
pure virtual

All internal resources should be deleted here.

Implemented in Ogre::OverlayProfileSessionListener.

◆ changeEnableState()

virtual void Ogre::ProfileSessionListener::changeEnableState ( bool  enabled)
inlinevirtual

If the profiler disables this listener then it should hide its panels (if any exists) or stop sending data over the network.

Reimplemented in Ogre::OverlayProfileSessionListener.

◆ displayResults()

virtual void Ogre::ProfileSessionListener::displayResults ( const ProfileInstance instance,
ulong  maxTotalFrameTime 
)
inlinevirtual

Here we get the real profiling information which we can use.

Reimplemented in Ogre::OverlayProfileSessionListener.


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