D3D12 Memory Allocator
The D3D12 Memory Allocator (D3D12MA) is a C++ library that provides a simple and easy-to-integrate API to help you allocate memory for DirectX®12 buffers and textures.
Download the latest version - v1.0
This release adds the following features:
- Initial release.
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