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Is there anywhere that I can download a free reference guide ("blue book") to OGL, like how there''s a free version of the "red book" in .pdf format? I know that MSDN and a few other sites have it, but it''s not in downloadable format or all on a single page. I''ve used google and opengl.org, but with no real success so far...

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the blue book is also avalible.

I never use it tho, it is too hard to search thru the online book. I like the man pages.

Here''s a copy.

I couldn''t find a pdf however. Just search "OpenGL reference guide". I''m sure if you look hard enough, you can find an old one.



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If you use dev-c++ you could get an OpenGL help file using the update utility. I've searched for the .pdf before but I couldn't find anything only the online version.

[edited by - FtMonkey on October 9, 2003 5:03:56 AM]

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