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  •  10 May 2004 15:24

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  •  12 Jan 2004 10:10

Release Notes: Linux canvas and stencil support has been added. The integration of OpenGL and ClanLib is now much better, easier to use, and more flexible. ClanGUI has been improved in many areas, including a new TreeView and advanced layout management. More documentation and examples have been added.

  •  07 Sep 2003 06:13

Release Notes: Resources are now setup via XML. clanSDL, which provides classic software 2D support, is back. Lots of cleanups were made in the Linux auto* build system. MinGW and cross-compile support was added (see INSTALL.mingw). clanSound fixes were made. A new CL_SoundBuffer constructor was added: CL_SoundBuffer(const std::string &filename). All examples now compile and run. The documentation was updated with cooler reference and loads more overviews. Many ClanNetwork fixes, OpenGL optimizations, and lots of minor fixes throughout ClanLib were made.

  •  07 Apr 2002 10:27

Release Notes: Endian fixes were made in the datafilecompiler, and in the targa and wave providers. A problem where CXX/CFLAGS were not being substituted by configure was fixed. INSTALL.linux, INSTALL.win32, PATCHES, and the RPM specs were updated. A UPDTunnel makefile for Linux was added. A bug which caused a crash on shutdown when in X11 fullscreen mode was fixed.

  •  01 Nov 2001 12:59

Release Notes: Major documentation & examples updates, a GUI rewrite, network fixes, Borland updates, cdaudio fixes, etc.

  •  28 Apr 2001 16:38

Release Notes: This version includes a fully themeable GUI toolkit, Ogg Vorbis support, TTF font support, PNG and JPEG support, Lua scripting support, a full signal system, Borland C++ support, loads of bugfixes, and many other features. Note that this is a development release.


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