From: Fay, John F Dr CTR USAF AFMC 46 SK <john.fay.ctr@eg...> - 2009-07-11 21:24:25
Hello and welcome to the "freeglut" community. I have no
experience with c++ builder 2009 so I can't speak with assurance on the
subject. If it is a descendant of Visual Studio 6, though, it ought to
be able to upgrade the workspace and project files.
Failing that, I would simply copy the source code files into a
single directory (as they presently are, in the "src" directory) and try
I am interested in finding out why your project couldn't link
using vs2005. What sort of error messages did you get?
John F. Fay
Jacobs Technology TEAS Group
From: Mario Christoforou [mailto:mario.christoforou@...]
Sent: Friday, July 10, 2009 8:03 AM
To: Fay, John F Dr CTR USAF AFMC 46 SK
Subject: Freeglut and c++ builder 2009
I have recently been assigned to port a project over from vc 6.0 +
opengl. This is a very old project from 1998 that uses GLUT 3.7.6. I'm
new to openGL and i've recently purchased the openGL super bible edition
4 which when i compile it says it cant link freeglut_static when i use
I will be using c++ builder 2009. And i want to stop using GLUT and move
over to freeglut. Could you please advise me on what i should do to get
freeglut working in this version of c++ builder. Do i have to just copy
the files into the include folders and such?
I'd be very greatfull for any help.
From: John Tsiombikas <nuclear@me...> - 2009-07-13 12:46:05
On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 03:23:30PM -0500, Fay, John F Dr CTR USAF AFMC 46 SK wrote:
> I have no experience with c++ builder 2009 so I can't speak with
> assurance on the subject. If it is a descendant of Visual Studio 6,
> though, it ought to be able to upgrade the workspace and project
C++ Builder is a RAD tool (IDE) based on C++ from borland. So it's got
nothing to do with visual studio, and it has it's own project format.
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