gltut / Documents / meshFormat.rnc

datatypes xsd = ""
namespace a = ""
namespace msh = ""

##Structure and elements
    start = mf.rootelements
    mf.rootelements =
    mf.mesh =
        ##The root element. Contains a number of attribute arrays and rendering commands.
        element msh:mesh {mf.mesh.content}

    mf.mesh.content =
        mf.attribute+, mf.vao*, mf.rendering-commands+
    mf.attribute =
        ##A single attribute array. It can contain any kind of attribute data.
        element msh:attribute { mf.attribute.content }
    mf.attribute.content =
        mf.attribute.attlist, text
    mf.vao =
        ##These are named VAOs, which represent collections of attributes that can be used to render
        ##the mesh.
        element msh:vao { mf.vao.content }
    mf.vao.content =
        mf.vao.attlist, mf.source+
    mf.source =
        ##This represents one of the attributes used by the VAO.
        element msh:source { mf.source.content }
    mf.source.content =
    mf.rendering-commands =
        ##These are the possible commands for rendering this mesh.
        (mf.indices | mf.arrays)

    mf.indices =
        ##A single element array, which is rendered with a particular rendering command.
        ##This cannot be combined with array rendering in the same mesh.
        element msh:indices { mf.indices.content }
    mf.indices.content =
        mf.indices.attlist, text
    mf.arrays =
        ##A single array rendering, which is rendered with a particular rendering command.
        ##Cannot be combined with element arrays in a single mesh.
        element msh:arrays { mf.arrays.content }
    mf.arrays.content =
        mf.arrays.attlist, text

    mf.attribute.attlist =
        mf.attribute.index.attribute, mf.attribute.integral.attribute?, mf.attribute.type.attribute, mf.attribute.size.attribute
    mf.vao.attlist =

    mf.source.attlist =

    mf.indices.attlist =
        mf.indices.type.attribute, mf.cmd.attribute, mf.indices.primrestart.attribute?
    mf.arrays.attlist =
        mf.cmd.attribute, mf.arrays.start.attribute, mf.arrays.count.attribute
    mf.attribute.index.attribute =
        ##The attribute index to be used for this vertex attribute.
        attribute index { acc.attribute.type }
    mf.attribute.size.attribute =
        ##The number of components in this vertex attribute. 1-4.
        attribute size { xsd:positiveInteger { minInclusive = "1" maxInclusive = "4"} }
    mf.attribute.type.attribute =
        ##The type of the vertex attribute's data. Float, integer, normalized-integer, etc.
        attribute type { "float" | "half" | "int" | "uint" | "short" | "ushort" | "byte" | "ubyte" |
            "norm-int" | "norm-uint" | "norm-short" | "norm-ushort" | "norm-byte" | "norm-ubyte"}
    mf.attribute.integral.attribute =
        ##True if this attribute is to be passed as an integral attribute.
        ##Defaults to false.
        attribute integral {"true"|"false"} =
        attribute name { text }
    mf.source.attrib.attribute =
        attribute attrib { acc.attribute.type }

    mf.cmd.attribute =
        ##The primitive type used to render with this rendering command..
        attribute cmd { "triangles" | "tri-strip" | "tri-fan" | "lines" | "line-strip" |
        "line-loop" | "points" }
    mf.indices.type.attribute =
        ##The data type that the index is to be stored as.
        attribute type { "uint" | "ushort" | "ubyte" }
    mf.indices.primrestart.attribute =
        ##Sets the primitive restart index. Don't set it if you don't want primitive restarting for
        ## this rendering command.
        attribute prim-restart { xsd:unsignedInt }
    mf.arrays.start.attribute =
        ##Sets the initial index for array rendering.
        attribute start { xsd:nonNegativeInteger }
    mf.arrays.count.attribute =
        ##Sets the number of elements to be rendered with array rendering.
        attribute count { xsd:positiveInteger }

## Accessories
    acc.attribute.type =
        xsd:nonNegativeInteger { minInclusive = "0" maxExclusive = "16"}
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