Release Notes: This release adds support for OpenGL 4.4 and OpenGL ES 3.0, improves OpenGL performance, and reduces memory consumption. It also includes a brand new SDL2 backend, support for joystick and gamepad devices, and a huge amount of stability fixes. Users of OpenTK 1.0 and 1.1 beta are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: The Open Toolkit 0.9.9 introduces support for the OpenCL flat API. Every Mono/.Net language can now access OpenCL through the OpenTK.Compute API. The library is considered feature complete and future releases will focus on bug fixing and API/performance tuning.
Release Notes: This release introduces support for OpenGL 3.1, improves type safety for 3.0 and adds stack traces to OpenGL error checking.
Release Notes: This release introduces OpenGL 3.0 support on Unix, adds inline documentation for the OpenGL API, and fixes several outstanding issues in joystick support and the OpenGL wrappers. Input devices with 0 axes and/or buttons are now supported (e.g. tablets or keyboard extensions) and it is now possible to specify the desired OpenGL version (e.g. 2.1 or 3.0) and flags (e.g. forward-compatible or debug). Upgrading from previous releases is strongly recommended for stability.
Release Notes: This release introduces two major features: OpenGL 3.0 and joystick support. Other changes include enhanced OpenGL metadata, a new OpenGL extension viewer, a new QuickStart project, and an improved build system.
A python script printing Icarus' messages as the appeared in Deus Ex.
A garbage collector as a replacement for C malloc or C++ new.