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// Dear ImGui: standalone example application for GLUT/FreeGLUT + OpenGL2, using legacy fixed pipeline
// If you are new to Dear ImGui, read documentation from the docs/ folder + read the top of imgui.cpp.
// Read online:
// !!! GLUT/FreeGLUT IS OBSOLETE PREHISTORIC SOFTWARE. Using GLUT is not recommended unless you really miss the 90's. !!!
// !!! If someone or something is teaching you GLUT today, you are being abused. Please show some resistance. !!!
// !!! Nowadays, prefer using GLFW or SDL instead!
// On Windows, you can install Freeglut using vcpkg:
// git clone
// cd vcpkg
// bootstrap - vcpkg.bat
// vcpkg install freeglut --triplet=x86-windows ; for win32
// vcpkg install freeglut --triplet=x64-windows ; for win64
// vcpkg integrate install ; register include and libs in Visual Studio
#include "imgui.h"
#include "imgui_impl_glut.h"
#include "imgui_impl_opengl2.h"
#ifdef __APPLE__
#include <GLUT/glut.h>
#include <GL/freeglut.h>
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#pragma warning (disable: 4505) // unreferenced local function has been removed
// Our state
static bool show_demo_window = true;
static bool show_another_window = false;
static ImVec4 clear_color = ImVec4(0.45f, 0.55f, 0.60f, 1.00f);
void my_display_code()
// 1. Show the big demo window (Most of the sample code is in ImGui::ShowDemoWindow()! You can browse its code to learn more about Dear ImGui!).
if (show_demo_window)
// 2. Show a simple window that we create ourselves. We use a Begin/End pair to created a named window.
static float f = 0.0f;
static int counter = 0;
ImGui::Begin("Hello, world!"); // Create a window called "Hello, world!" and append into it.
ImGui::Text("This is some useful text."); // Display some text (you can use a format strings too)
ImGui::Checkbox("Demo Window", &show_demo_window); // Edit bools storing our window open/close state
ImGui::Checkbox("Another Window", &show_another_window);
ImGui::SliderFloat("float", &f, 0.0f, 1.0f); // Edit 1 float using a slider from 0.0f to 1.0f
ImGui::ColorEdit3("clear color", (float*)&clear_color); // Edit 3 floats representing a color
if (ImGui::Button("Button")) // Buttons return true when clicked (most widgets return true when edited/activated)
ImGui::Text("counter = %d", counter);
ImGui::Text("Application average %.3f ms/frame (%.1f FPS)", 1000.0f / ImGui::GetIO().Framerate, ImGui::GetIO().Framerate);
// 3. Show another simple window.
if (show_another_window)
ImGui::Begin("Another Window", &show_another_window); // Pass a pointer to our bool variable (the window will have a closing button that will clear the bool when clicked)
ImGui::Text("Hello from another window!");
if (ImGui::Button("Close Me"))
show_another_window = false;
void glut_display_func()
// Start the Dear ImGui frame
// Rendering
ImGuiIO& io = ImGui::GetIO();
glViewport(0, 0, (GLsizei)io.DisplaySize.x, (GLsizei)io.DisplaySize.y);
glClearColor(clear_color.x * clear_color.w, clear_color.y * clear_color.w, clear_color.z * clear_color.w, clear_color.w);
//glUseProgram(0); // You may want this if using this code in an OpenGL 3+ context where shaders may be bound, but prefer using the GL3+ code.
// You can read the io.WantCaptureMouse, io.WantCaptureKeyboard flags to tell if dear imgui wants to use your inputs.
// - When io.WantCaptureMouse is true, do not dispatch mouse input data to your main application, or clear/overwrite your copy of the mouse data.
// - When io.WantCaptureKeyboard is true, do not dispatch keyboard input data to your main application, or clear/overwrite your copy of the keyboard data.
// Generally you may always pass all inputs to dear imgui, and hide them from your application based on those two flags.
int main(int argc, char** argv)
// Create GLUT window
glutInit(&argc, argv);
#ifdef __FREEGLUT_EXT_H__
glutInitWindowSize(1280, 720);
glutCreateWindow("Dear ImGui GLUT+OpenGL2 Example");
// Setup GLUT display function
// We will also call ImGui_ImplGLUT_InstallFuncs() to get all the other functions installed for us,
// otherwise it is possible to install our own functions and call the imgui_impl_glut.h functions ourselves.
// Setup Dear ImGui context
ImGuiIO& io = ImGui::GetIO(); (void)io;
//io.ConfigFlags |= ImGuiConfigFlags_NavEnableKeyboard; // Enable Keyboard Controls
// Setup Dear ImGui style
// Setup Platform/Renderer backends
// FIXME: Consider reworking this example to install our own GLUT funcs + forward calls ImGui_ImplGLUT_XXX ones, instead of using ImGui_ImplGLUT_InstallFuncs().
// Load Fonts
// - If no fonts are loaded, dear imgui will use the default font. You can also load multiple fonts and use ImGui::PushFont()/PopFont() to select them.
// - AddFontFromFileTTF() will return the ImFont* so you can store it if you need to select the font among multiple.
// - If the file cannot be loaded, the function will return NULL. Please handle those errors in your application (e.g. use an assertion, or display an error and quit).
// - The fonts will be rasterized at a given size (w/ oversampling) and stored into a texture when calling ImFontAtlas::Build()/GetTexDataAsXXXX(), which ImGui_ImplXXXX_NewFrame below will call.
// - Read 'docs/' for more instructions and details.
// - Remember that in C/C++ if you want to include a backslash \ in a string literal you need to write a double backslash \\ !
//io.Fonts->AddFontFromFileTTF("../../misc/fonts/Roboto-Medium.ttf", 16.0f);
//io.Fonts->AddFontFromFileTTF("../../misc/fonts/Cousine-Regular.ttf", 15.0f);
//io.Fonts->AddFontFromFileTTF("../../misc/fonts/DroidSans.ttf", 16.0f);
//io.Fonts->AddFontFromFileTTF("../../misc/fonts/ProggyTiny.ttf", 10.0f);
//ImFont* font = io.Fonts->AddFontFromFileTTF("c:\\Windows\\Fonts\\ArialUni.ttf", 18.0f, NULL, io.Fonts->GetGlyphRangesJapanese());
//IM_ASSERT(font != NULL);
// Cleanup
return 0;