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// ImGui Win32 + DirectX9 binding
// Implemented features:
// [X] User texture binding. Use 'LPDIRECT3DTEXTURE9' as ImTextureID. Read the FAQ about ImTextureID in imgui.cpp.
// You can copy and use unmodified imgui_impl_* files in your project. See main.cpp for an example of using this.
// If you use this binding you'll need to call 4 functions: ImGui_ImplXXXX_Init(), ImGui_ImplXXXX_NewFrame(), ImGui::Render() and ImGui_ImplXXXX_Shutdown().
// If you are new to ImGui, see examples/README.txt and documentation at the top of imgui.cpp.
struct IDirect3DDevice9;
IMGUI_API bool ImGui_ImplDX9_Init(void* hwnd, IDirect3DDevice9* device);
IMGUI_API void ImGui_ImplDX9_Shutdown();
IMGUI_API void ImGui_ImplDX9_NewFrame();
IMGUI_API void ImGui_ImplDX9_RenderDrawData(ImDrawData* draw_data);
// Use if you want to reset your rendering device without losing ImGui state.
IMGUI_API void ImGui_ImplDX9_InvalidateDeviceObjects();
IMGUI_API bool ImGui_ImplDX9_CreateDeviceObjects();
// Handler for Win32 messages, update mouse/keyboard data.
// You may or not need this for your implementation, but it can serve as reference for handling inputs.
// Commented out to avoid dragging dependencies on <windows.h> types. You can copy the extern declaration in your code.
IMGUI_API LRESULT ImGui_ImplWin32_WndProcHandler(HWND hWnd, UINT msg, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam);