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reply John Reimer <terminal.node gmail.com> writes:
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I've managed to get OpenGL working with DWT (fairly easy port 
considering all the great work Frank has done already).

DWT GLCanvas is now working.  I tested it with DerelictGL and was 
successful.

Here's an image.

OpenGL support is now in the repository.
Feb 11 2008
parent reply John Reimer <terminal.node gmail.com> writes:
John Reimer wrote:
 I've managed to get OpenGL working with DWT (fairly easy port 
 considering all the great work Frank has done already).
 
 DWT GLCanvas is now working.  I tested it with DerelictGL and was 
 successful.
 
 Here's an image.
 
 OpenGL support is now in the repository.
 
 
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For those interested, I'm now working on adding opengl support to dwt-linux also. This is just a little more involved, but I should have something complete by this weekend. -JJR
Feb 13 2008
parent reply bobef <bobef abv-nospam.bg> writes:
What about the browser? Do you have any plans porting it? I guess it is a lot
of coding though....

John Reimer Wrote:

 John Reimer wrote:
 I've managed to get OpenGL working with DWT (fairly easy port 
 considering all the great work Frank has done already).
 
 DWT GLCanvas is now working.  I tested it with DerelictGL and was 
 successful.
 
 Here's an image.
 
 OpenGL support is now in the repository.
 
 
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 

For those interested, I'm now working on adding opengl support to dwt-linux also. This is just a little more involved, but I should have something complete by this weekend. -JJR

Feb 14 2008
parent John Reimer <terminal.node gmail.com> writes:
bobef wrote:
 What about the browser? Do you have any plans porting it? I guess it is a lot
of coding though....
 

Yes, the browser should be ported for dwt-win and dwt-linux as well. On windows, the browser depends on the COM/OLE port being complete, which I think Frank was working on recently. I think the linux port depends on mozilla bindings. Either way, it does look fairly involved... but it is part of dwt, and thus will be part of the port. -JJR
Feb 14 2008