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OpenGL DirectX versus OpenGL

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guess what...

me likes the way dx is designed - att least since ver 6 }=)

Bjørn.

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Used to love DX more than OGL then I was persuaded into drawing a simple spinning cube in Open Gl . I have stuck with it since then.

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If you''re reading this, you''re wasting time.

If you''re going to respond to this, you''re wasting even more time.

G''luck,
-Alamar

Flame wars are just silly...

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The best professional solution now is vga mode 13. OGL & DX are only crappy API with no future...

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how much are you betting, AP?
you think DirectX and OpenGl will go extinct?
unlikly anytime in the near future (at least 10 years)

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Ok, so far you saw that there is no real answer to this question. Anyway, here is a comparison of the two APIs:
http://www.xmission.com/~legalize/d3d-vs-opengl.html

Decide for yourself };-)

Bjørn.

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