glbinding v1.1.0 Release Notes

Release Date: 2015-04-08 // about 6 years ago
  • 💻 glbinding, version 1.1.0, created by the Computer Graphics System Group at the Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany.

    Contact: Daniel Limberger ([email protected])


    • ⚡️ update gl.xml to revision 30599
    • 🏗 provide build status information in readme
    • ⬇ decrease compile time by not using inline functions in gl headers
    • cleanup includes
    • 👉 use using for feature imports (reduces size of binaries and decreases compile time)
    • ➕ add per-feature type and value includes
    • ⬇️ reduce coverity defect density to zero
    • ➕ add basic logging functions
    • ➕ add option to use the statically linked runtime library (msvc only)
    • add GL_NONE_BIT
    • 🛠 fix buffer storage bitfield group
    • 👉 make generation scripts more robust and consequently used
    • 🐧 use separate clang platform definitions on Linux
    • define all operators in global namespace
    • add NV_command_list support
    • 🛠 fix OS X rpath problem
    • ⚡️ show change in gl.xml on update
    • 🛠 fix duplicated 'revision' file deployment
    • 🚀 glfw is deployed as shared library (win32)

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