SGI OpenGL SI libs updated
Thu Jun 15 11:36:00 GMT 2000
> Thanksfor your response. How do you do that static linking with the glx ?
> Do you have any pointer to some reference ?
If your app is looking for loaded extension glx.so? Then no you would need
to compile and load.
It is possible to statically compile glx.a and link against it. That si
what I mean.
If you are looking for DRI, then again no. DRI/DRM would not work on
with or without Cygwin. DRI/DRM is strictly glued to Linux kernel headers
and upto a great extent to 3dfx for Linux.
I do not think hardware accelerated OpenGL rendering can be done on Windows
and OpenGL/DRI/DRM code in XFree86 4.0. Therefore I see no need to spend
time on it
unless someone starts a project and write a WGL exquivalent of GLX drievr...
for more details. It requires writing a new API.
> AndrÃÂ© Bleau, ing., analyste
> DÃÂ©partement de gÃÂ©nie ÃÂ©lectrique et Electric Engineering and
> de gÃÂ©nie informatique Computer Engineering department
> ÃÂcole Polytechnique de MontrÃÂ©al Montreal Polytechnic School
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