Release Notes: gdk_gl_get_proc_address() supports Darwin Mach-O dyld (Mac OS X shared library). Mac OS X is now officially supported. Additional OpenGL, GLX, and WGL extensions are supported.
Release Notes: This is a tentative API-freeze release. Major API changes are unlikely to occur before GtkGLExt-1.0 is released.
Release Notes: This is a minor feature enhancement release. Some new functions have been added so that gtkglext can be used with existing libraries.
Release Notes: This release includes many new features such as gtk_gl_init() library initialization, a command line debug option, geometric object rendering functions imported from GLUT, and run-time OpenGL extension testing functions. There were also GTK-2.1 support bugfixes and improvements, and the API version was increased to 1.0.
Release Notes: This release includes some important feature enhancements and lots of new API functions. Programmers can now use GdkDrawable API against GLWindow and GLPixmap. The Win 32 implementation has been rewritten.
Release Notes: A new GLUT-like display mode configuration feature.
Release Notes: Internal codes have been optimized, and internal waste function calls have been reduced. Experimental multihead support has been implemented, which is enabled when you compile GtkGLExt with GTK 2.1. This feature is not fully tested yet.
Release Notes: This release includes some small changes to the gdk_*_set_gl_capability() functions and an RPM spec file in the package.
Release Notes: This release includes a new gears demo which comes with Mesa. It is a good example for examining the performance of GTK 2-based real-time OpenGL programs. The release has been tested on Linux (RedHat 7.3), IRIX (6.5), and WinXP with GTK+ 2.0.5.