GLSL source code for the program’s optional tessellation control shader.
- macOS 10.10+
A program’s tessellation control shader executes once for each vertex in the geometry it renders. The tessellation control shader takes as input the vertex positions output by the vertex shader, and outputs tessellation-level information to be used by the hardware tessellator for subdividing polygons and edges. The tessellator then provides input to your tessellation evaluation shader.
Tessellation shaders require macOS and OpenGL Core Profile. To use OpenGL Core Profile in a SceneKit view, set the view’s
pixel property. Tessellation shading is optional—to render without a tessellation shader, set this property’s value to
nil (the default). However, if you specify a tessellation control shader, a tessellation evaluation shader is also required.
SceneKit compiles and links your shader program only when it is needed for rendering. To be notified of program compilation errors, provide a
delegate object for the program.