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i am among the unfortunite(can''t spell) who can''t afford visual C++ so i am using a great development suit called dev cpp and i am having some trouble...... i want to complete the texture tutorial for opengl but when i goto run the program after i compiled it i get an error stating that it cannot find GLUAX.DLL there is no file any were i searched it all and when i downloaded the source and ran(not compiled) the exe that came with it, it ran can some one help me please. Thanx FretCode

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Quick search on GoOgLe: http://www.gamap.cz/download/offic/glaux.zip

Put it to your windows system directory or to your project exe directory.

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[edited by - stefu on September 9, 2002 12:38:31 AM]

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Btw. very good alternative to glaux or glut is GLFW.
It has very easy window initialization, TGA texture loading, it''s portable, free and can be statically linked.
Look at sample I posted here earlier: http://www.gamedev.net/community/forums/topic.asp?topic_id=113023

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I ran into trouble with Dev-C++ using it on top of Win98 !
It seems that my version can''t compile my project because
it uses mingw compiler through command line. The maximum
size of a command line in win98 is 256 characters (if i am
remembering it right). My project requires at this moment
~520 characters. I got errors (bad command or file name) but
i managed to fix it somehow using Dev-C++ under WinXP.
So watch out your maximum obj files (or libs) if you are using
win98

moromete

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Moromete: I don''t think the problem is with the command line length. I currently have a 900+ character command in a batch file that runs just fine under win98.

Enigma

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quote:
Original post by Enigma
Moromete: I don''t think the problem is with the command line length. I currently have a 900+ character command in a batch file that runs just fine under win98.



Then it seems that there is something wrong here, on my computer.
The compilation only works on the same version of Dev-C++ on the same
PC under WinXP. In Win98 i get errors. Maybe there is something
wrong with the latest Dev-C++ or with my computer (the second one i think
because last week one of my HDDs died And now maybe the next one
will have the same end soon...hope not though...)

moromete

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