pub enum TexImageValidationError {
Show 17 variants InvalidTextureTarget(u32), TextureTargetNotBound(u32), InvalidCubicTextureDimensions, NegativeLevel, LevelTooHigh, LevelTooLow, DepthTooLow, NegativeDimension, TextureTooBig, InvalidDataType, InvalidTextureFormat, TextureFormatMismatch, InvalidTypeForFormat, InvalidBorder, NonPotTexture, InvalidCompressionFormat, InvalidOffsets,
}
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The errors that the texImage* family of functions can generate.

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InvalidTextureTarget(u32)

An invalid texture target was passed, it contains the invalid target.

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TextureTargetNotBound(u32)

The passed texture target was not bound.

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InvalidCubicTextureDimensions

Invalid texture dimensions were given.

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NegativeLevel

A negative level was passed.

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LevelTooHigh

A level too high to be allowed by the implementation was passed.

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LevelTooLow

A level less than an allowed minimal value was passed.

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DepthTooLow

A depth less than an allowed minimal value was passed.

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NegativeDimension

A negative width and height was passed.

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TextureTooBig

A bigger with and height were passed than what the implementation allows.

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InvalidDataType

An invalid data type was passed.

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InvalidTextureFormat

An invalid texture format was passed.

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TextureFormatMismatch

Format did not match internal_format.

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InvalidTypeForFormat

Invalid data type for the given format.

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InvalidBorder

Invalid border

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NonPotTexture

Expected a power of two texture.

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InvalidCompressionFormat

Unrecognized texture compression format.

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InvalidOffsets

Invalid X/Y texture offset parameters.

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impl Debug for TexImageValidationError

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

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impl Display for TexImageValidationError

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

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impl Error for TexImageValidationError

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fn source(&self) -> Option<&(dyn Error + 'static)>

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fn description(&self) -> &str

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fn cause(&self) -> Option<&dyn Error>

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