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You can put your data in one piece of memory on the CPU and then copy it in with glBufferStorage. It's just a bunch of memcpy calls. With C++20's std::span (or the GSL version), you can even make a function to build byte-spans from any number of vector<T>s (even of different types) and do the building and memcpy's manually. #include <vector> #...


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