OpenGLEAN 0.3 released.

OpenGLEAN 0.3 has just been released. OpenGLEAN is "a GLUT gone lean"---but the name also suggests "gleaning" (separating the good stuff from the chaff). OpenGLEAN is a GLUT family member, based on OpenGLUT and freeglut, with an eye towards removing deadwood (targeted as a 1.0 release). This positions OpenGLEAN as a portability windowing-and-OpenGL library, suitable for new applications. Its liberal MIT license sets it apart from many other such libraries that are LGPLed.

See for overview and for the project homepage.

This is mostly a code-janitoring release with some minor fixes. Some bugs were fixed, some coding style was cleaned up, and some documentation was enhanced. A few excessive warnings were removed.

Posted by Richard Rauch 2005-04-11

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