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er... by "colored words" you mostly mean syntax highlighting.
there're many IDEs out there. Typhoon Labs' GLSL Shader Editor for one. But if you want th best IDE for GLSL (and everyhting else, IMHO), you can't go wrong with ATi's Render Monkey.

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i recommend render monkey(because it is the only real ide for glsl)
and by the way fx composer will not support GLSL or even NVIDIA CG.

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Original post by kariem2k
i recommend render monkey(because it is the only real ide for glsl)
and by the way fx composer will not support GLSL or even NVIDIA CG.


I don't like doing this, but allow me to tell you that you're an ignorant idiot, my good sir.

FX Composer 2.0, as revealed in nvidia slides, will support GLSL AND Cg, including CgFX.

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I don't like doing this, but allow me to tell you that you're an ignorant idiot, my good sir.


*raises eyebrow*
errm.. lets not have name calling please children, ok so he was wrong but calling him and ignorant idiot was uncalled for, I'm sure you wouldnt appricate it if everytime you got something wrong you were called that?

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So far, KATE for KDE on Linux is the only text editor I've found to support GLSL out of the box. It is my favorite text editor by far!

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Because this is a forum thread which goes into oblivion pretty fast (it leaves the first page in the matter of days as new threads are created).
If you want to spread some useful piece of information, then make the thread a sticky. Or add the information to the FAQ. Or add it to the Wiki (www.opengl.org/wiki).


dbzprogrammer is probably dead and gone. He probably had a major heart attack or died in a car crash shortly after creating this thread.

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