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From: Jeff Mitchell <skeezix@sk...> - 2010-09-11 01:15:32
I hope I'm not asking something thats been asked a million times
before, but didn't turn up much in the search, and the hits across Google
are few (and mostly regarding Maemo, which may or may not be of value.)
Certainly, nothing very _concrete_ to the uniniated :) (I'm an experience
developer and movile developer, but gles isn't something I've done a lot
of; mostly in C++ and not python, for sure :)
Is PyOpenGl at useful solution for doing python based opengl es
2.0 (or 1.1?) code right now? Or is it in the "we're still working towards
it" phase? (I'm specifically targetting linux ARM handheld devices, but
also want to support desktops and such .. I think its going to be a real
PITA :) Think Beagleboard for instance.
I'm looking at building a game UI in python using gles2.0; it is
an interesting idea to do it in QT with gles2 (and even using pyqt), but
the idea of forking out more $$$ to someone (not even trolltech) for pyqt
hurts me too much (I paid way too much for QT in the past, before its
curent more palatable license.) But really, I just want to play more with
python, and this will be a fun project :)
So I'm thinking it would be awesome to use cpython (2.6.4) +
Is it doable? Or is it a world of trouble for now? Any tips? Any
documentation or other folks notes who've done this before?
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