I'm developing a plugin for pymol that makes heavy use of pyopengl, and the module included in the pymol directory is too limited for many of the functions I wish to use (it appears to be modified to remove functions). However, the release version of OpenGL has a different case (that is, the o, g, and l are upper case). So, simple replacement does not work.
Additionally, simply renaming the OpenGL directory to opengl will not work, as many of the OpenGL files refer to other OpenGL modules (by the upper-case module name, like "import OpenGL.version").
Has anybody seen this problem before? any ideas on what I should do to both get full OpenGL support, and not break anything in pymol, or in any other plugins that might use opengl?