March 01, 2008
* Added OpenGL Support to DWT-Linux

In order to test the opengl snippet from the dwt-samples project, you will need to use Derelict (installed via dsss or manually).

The GLCanvas surface allows you to use OpenGL via DerelictGL/GLU or via standard GL import modules. However, Derelict is the preferred method of GL support because of its simple GL version/extension loading mechanism.

Please test this feature. On my system, linux and win32 vesions of the opengl test snippet run, but the linux version displays a filled/opaque rotating donut while the windows version shows a wire-frame rotating donut. I welcome any feedback. :)

My apologies for my delay in adding this.

-JJR

March 02, 2008
On Sat, 01 Mar 2008 12:22:54 -0800, John Reimer wrote:

> * Added OpenGL Support to DWT-Linux
> 
> In order to test the opengl snippet from the dwt-samples project, you will need to use Derelict (installed via dsss or manually).
> 
> The GLCanvas surface allows you to use OpenGL via DerelictGL/GLU or via standard GL import modules. However, Derelict is the preferred method of GL support because of its simple GL version/extension loading mechanism.
> 
> Please test this feature. On my system, linux and win32 vesions of the opengl test snippet run, but the linux version displays a filled/opaque rotating donut while the windows version shows a wire-frame rotating donut. I welcome any feedback. :)
> 
> My apologies for my delay in adding this.
> 
> -JJR

I ran the example on my Debian linux and get the wire-frame rotating donut. Everything worked smoothly, I also added a prebuild warning in the dsss.conf file of the samples that says Derelict must be installed, Frank I've sent the bundle to Frank so it should be up when he stops by. It also includes more snippets.
March 02, 2008
Jesse Phillips wrote:

> On Sat, 01 Mar 2008 12:22:54 -0800, John Reimer wrote:
> 
>> * Added OpenGL Support to DWT-Linux
>> 
>> In order to test the opengl snippet from the dwt-samples project, you will need to use Derelict (installed via dsss or manually).
>> 
>> The GLCanvas surface allows you to use OpenGL via DerelictGL/GLU or via standard GL import modules. However, Derelict is the preferred method of GL support because of its simple GL version/extension loading mechanism.
>> 
>> Please test this feature. On my system, linux and win32 vesions of the opengl test snippet run, but the linux version displays a filled/opaque rotating donut while the windows version shows a wire-frame rotating donut. I welcome any feedback. :)
>> 
>> My apologies for my delay in adding this.
>> 
>> -JJR
> 
> I ran the example on my Debian linux and get the wire-frame rotating donut. Everything worked smoothly, I also added a prebuild warning in the dsss.conf file of the samples that says Derelict must be installed, Frank I've sent the bundle to Frank so it should be up when he stops by. It also includes more snippets.


Okay, good to hear!

I imagine the problem is with my system drivers then.

-JJR


March 02, 2008
Jesse Phillips wrote:

> 
> I ran the example on my Debian linux and get the wire-frame rotating donut. Everything worked smoothly, I also added a prebuild warning in the dsss.conf file of the samples that says Derelict must be installed, Frank I've sent the bundle to Frank so it should be up when he stops by. It also includes more snippets.


Could you please make a screenshot of your opengl window and also send it to Frank?

-JJR
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