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al_is_compatible_bitmap(3)			    al_is_compatible_bitmap(3)

NAME
       al_is_compatible_bitmap - Allegro 5 API

SYNOPSIS
	      #include <allegro5/allegro.h>

	      bool al_is_compatible_bitmap(ALLEGRO_BITMAP *bitmap)

DESCRIPTION
       D3D  and	 OpenGL	allow sharing a	texture	in a way so it can be used for
       multiple	windows.  Each ALLEGRO_BITMAP(3) created  with	al_create_bit-
       map(3) however is usually tied to a single ALLEGRO_DISPLAY.  This func-
       tion can	be used	to know	if the bitmap is  compatible  with  the	 given
       display,	 even  if  it is a different display to	the one	it was created
       with.  It returns true if the  bitmap  is  compatible  (things  like  a
       cached  texture	version	 can be	used) and false	otherwise (blitting in
       the current display will	be slow).

       The only	time this function is useful is	if you are using multiple win-
       dows and	need accelerated blitting of the same bitmaps to both.

       Returns	true  if  the  bitmap  is compatible with the current display,
       false otherwise.	 If there is no	current	display, false is returned.

Allegro	reference manual			    al_is_compatible_bitmap(3)

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