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 http://www.SourceForge.net/projects/openglean for overview and http://OpenGLEAN.SourceForge.net/ 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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