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benjamin bunny

GLee 2.0 - cross platform

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I just finished GLee 2.0, which is now cross-platform (well, it supports windows and Linux anyway). It loads extension functions automatically for most extensions. If anyone wants it, you can get it here. Thanks to LousyPhreak (from this forum) for much of the testing and tweaking etc. [edited by - benjamin bunny on November 6, 2003 10:32:33 PM]

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You should send this to somewhere weher everone finds this.. to NeHe for example..

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Nice lib, saved me quite some time, works without any problem so far

Is it intentional that you dont have a #define in your header to prevent it from being included more than once ?

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quote:
Is it intentional that you dont have a #define in your header to prevent it from being included more than once ?


Good point. It''s now fixed.

The 2.01 version has an include guard and also a description comment, which had somehow disappeared in the 2.0 version.

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