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Thread: Acrodea provides OpenKODE 1.0 libraries for Win32 and OS X

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    Acrodea provides OpenKODE 1.0 libraries for Win32 and OS X

    As you probably read from the Khronos front page, the OpenKODE 1.0 specification is now final, and Acrodea has released free implementations for Windows and OS X (10.5.x, Intel processor), with Linux version on its way soon.

    The libraries can be downloaded from http://www.acrodea.co.jp/en/openkode. The package also includes OpenGL ES 1.x and (experimental) 2.0 implementations over desktop 3D hardware.
    Mikko Strandborg
    Acrodea Inc.

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    Nice. Hope more documentation is coming.

    I have one issue with the rendering, and that is when i move the render window, the render surface freezes, is this to be expected?

    Also a good addition would be to have FPS count and some instruction on the screen similar to other gfx SDKs.

    Anyway there is enough here to play around and have some serious fun. Many thanks.

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