OpenGLEAN syncs core with satellites.

OpenGLEAN syncs core with satellites. 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 release marks a lock-step release of the various sub-project,
or satellite, libraries such that it is possible to begin using the
satelite libraries in lieu of certain core OpenGLEAN code. As the
release is for the benefit of developers, who can generally recompile
the code on their own, the only packaging currently expected is the
source tarball and the documentation for the satellites. Expect a
0.7 cycle to contain new features, with some new features to non-core
support only being available in the satellites.

Posted by Richard Rauch 2005-09-09

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