> Also the new libglaux.a is only a import library.
>I was not able to compile the sources comming with MS C++ 4.0 to compile
>to a *working* static lib.
>The problem was that microsoft was not clean adapting the sun sources to
>using pointers to __stdcall functions.
>So I build a nearly complete dynamic lib for myself and a complete static
>If some is interested I would mail or uploaded somewhere my files.
Certainly, the static libray (that's how microsoft distributes it) would be
nice to be added
to the winapi. it may be 1.3mb, but it's only ~150kb zipped (if someone
mingw32 winapi zip size)
>On the other hand:
>Now it better to use the 'glut.lib' instead of 'glaux.lib'. In the glut-lib
>are some stuff to build an easy GUI.
>Or if need a more complete GUI later you could use Togl or Tk-Ogl (both
>allow to use Ogl with Tcl/Tk).
I did not say I needed it for my own projects, but to compile some NeHe
tutorials and other
people projects :)
Paul Garceau wrote:
> On 11 Mar 2001, at 0:07, the Illustrious Javier González wrote:
> > Hello
> > I've noticed that the libglaux.a that comes with mingw is wrong, since
> > the one with mingw32 is a import lib (that asks for a dll that doesnt
> > exist) meanwhile microsoft's one, available for download in the platform
> > sdk is a static library they also give out the sources to compile it
> > yourself (sorry, dunno where) well, that's all thnx
> Thanks for letting us know...you might want to update your runtime
> the latest version of mingw (gcc & runtime) from the file download
> It seems to me that we replaced that file in the later releases of
> Paul G.
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