Richard,

        Your comment reminded me that I think I saw a request somewhere to ship the Windows libraries with the distribution.  What do people think about this?  Should it be a separate binary distribution?  Should we do it at all?

John F. Fay
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For WIN32 users, however, especially as freeglut doesn't do binary
releases, it occurs to me that non-MS build infrastructures might
be good.  (Is Borland still around?  Who else makes tools for MS?)
(This is important for WIN32 since WIN32 doesn't ship with development
tools, so there is no lingua franca for building something like
freeglut.)


All IMHO, of course.

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