I'm using pyopengl 3.0.0~c1 from debian and mesa 7.6 from git. I'm almost pretty sure that glCallLists () calls the list 1 twice, so it happens for more than one list. Reproduce as follows:
2. ... glCallLists()
If the list 1 pushed only one name, you get two hits. This doesn't happen if you glCallList(1), you only get one hit as expected. I'm currently doing (glCallList(list) for list in lists) instead of glCallLists as temporarly workaround. I don't know if this happens with C++ directly, couldn't test so I've reported it here.
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