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The ilShutDown function releases any memory DevIL uses.
ILvoid ilShutDown( ILvoid );
ilShutDown effectively shuts DevIL down, releasing any memory used. You must call ilShutDown after ilInit. Calling ilShutDown is not required, since it is put on the atexit stack by ilInit. You may wish to use ilShutDown if you are using your own memory manager, though.
IL_ILLEGAL_OPERATION - ilShutDown was called before ilInit.