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  1. @MJP this sucks. Isn't it because of AMD drivers ?
  2. @migi: mentioned them in my first post. amd 5950 card, win7, latest amd catalyst 13.9 drivers gpu should be capable as described in d3d documentation
  3. Hi, I need to use some limited functionality of d3d11.1 under win7, but so far I had no luck I've installed the win7 platform update and win8 sdk. Here's a snippet that I acquire d3d11.1 device : dxhr = D3D11CreateDevice(adapter, D3D_DRIVER_TYPE_UNKNOWN, NULL, dev_flags, NULL, 0, D3D11_SDK_VERSION, &dev, &ft_level, &ctx); ID3D11Device1* dev1; dxhr = dev->QueryInterface(__uuidof(ID3D11Device1), (void**)&dev1); dev->Release() D3D_FEATURE_LEVEL ft_level = dev1->GetFeatureLevel() ... The d3d11.1 objects are valid and working, but I can't use any d3d11.1 specific feature. The structure returned by CheckFeatureLevel(D3D11_FEATURE_D3D11_OPTIONS) is all FALSE and I can't run any d3d11.1 APIs without error (or d3d-debug complains) For example my application is something like glMapBufferRange and glBindBufferRange on DX. (which existed since GL3), so I guess it's just a API/driver issue and doesn't rely on d3d11.1 hardware requirements.   But the support in the D3D11_FEATURE_D3D11_OPTIONS is not there and calling VSSetConstantBuffers1 leads to d3d complain "This current driver does not support constant buffer offsets"   In the d3d document for VSSetConstantBuffers it says: "This feature is always available on new drivers for feature level 10 and higher"   So, Am I missing something in the API ? or it's just lazy drivers from AMD ? (I'm using latest Catalyst 13.9 drivers on 5750 card)            
  4. pymdWiki: Document generation tool from markdown files   Tried to find a good solution to generate/publish wiki from offline markdown files, didn't find anything useful so I've created this tool for this purpose You just write markdown documents, run this program on the root directory of documentation files (.md), pick a theme, and it will generate html files out of them. Optionally you can specify an ftp server, the generated files will be uploaded to the ftp automatically.   Here's some features: Recursive directory processing of .md files  Preserves links and images Themes with JSON config files Automatic Table of contents (TOC) generation Lightweight command line multi-platform program (written in python)   For more info about usage visit project page, windows binaries are also available in Downloads section for those who don't want to bother with python.   I've developed this for my other open-source project wiki, but here's a simple test that is generated with this program: http://hmrengine.com/tmp/main.html    
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