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I just installed Visual Studio .NET and to my surprise, gl.h and glu.h are totally gone. Hmm... Is there any way of using Visual C++ 7 with OpenGL?

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nope. they are def there (with a normal install of VC7)

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET\Vc7\PlatformSDK\Include\gl

-me

[edited by - Palidine on June 6, 2002 2:43:04 AM]

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Just search for them on the web, download, throw them into a folder and link to them as usual.

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Finding the Windows files online is extremely hard (you can find older stuff pretty easily)... I spent a while looking, and ultimately just took the libraries and header files from school (I was using version 4 and the files were outdated). Since it sounds like you have a previous version, why not just use the files from it?

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I haven''t found any problem in C++ 7 (yet)! and I have to say it really nice, even though there are ppl who don''t like it.



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