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The OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library is a simple tool that helps C/C++ developers initialize extensions and write portable applications. GLEW currently supports a variety of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Darwin, Irix, and Solaris.7,622 weekly downloads
GGI stands for "General Graphics Interface", and it is a project that aims to develop a reliable, stable and fast graphics system that works everywhere. We want to allow any program using GGI to run on any platform requiring at most a recompile.5 weekly downloads
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Collection of software for UNIX systems, particularly IRIX.
The IRIX Software Project is an initiative to port open-source software to the IRIX operating system running on Silicon Graphics workstations. It is also a goal to foster development of new software which makes full use of SGI's APIs.
ViewPerf is an industry standard OpenGL graphics benchmark application. It reads in a data set and displays the result. The data object is manipulated (rotated, translated, etc...) and the output (frames/sec) is recorded.