GLUX stands for OpenGL Useful eXtensions. It provides basic functionality such as texture loading, shader compiling and mathematic operations on matrices, vectors and quaternions. Consider it the OpenGL equivalent of Microsoft's D3DX library.
- Load textures of many popular formats from file.
- Perform math operations on matrices, vectors and quaternions.
- Compile shaders from disk and get compile or link error information.
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