Note: This is a JME1 related issue (may also apply to JME2).
TextureState has a method, clearTextures(), which should remove all the textures in the state.
However, if a TextureState has the same Texture (in the sense that Texture1.equals(Texture2)) at two different units, the current implementation will only remove the first.
The problem is that, despite being passed the actual index of the texture unit to remove, removeTexture(int textureUnit) indexes textureUnit against the array of textures to get the texture to remove, then passes that off to removeTexture(Texture texture) which then searches through the very same array of texture units to find the index
that we started with earlier. However, if the same texture is in the array twice, then this search may return the wrong texture, and then the intended texture isn't removed at all.
Here is a little patch to fix this:
RCS file: /cvs/jme/src/com/jme/scene/state/TextureState.java,v
retrieving revision 1.43
diff -u -r1.43 TextureState.java
--- src/com/jme/scene/state/TextureState.java 5 Oct 2007 22:39:48 -0000 1.43
+++ src/com/jme/scene/state/TextureState.java 1 Jul 2008 22:55:56 -0000
@@ -279,11 +279,14 @@
|| textureUnit >= texture.size())
- Texture t = getTexture(textureUnit);
+ Texture t = texture.get(textureUnit);
if (t == null)
- return removeTexture(t);
+ texture.set(textureUnit, null);
+ idCache[textureUnit] = 0;
+ return true;