glbinding v2.1.1 Release NotesRelease Date: 2016-06-27 // almost 5 years ago
💻 glbinding, version 2.1.1, created by CG Internals and the Computer Graphics Systems Group at the Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany.
Contact: Daniel Limberger, Willy Scheibel ([email protected])
- ⚡️ update OpenGL API (gl.xml) to revision 32957
- 🚚 provide actual overloaded functions for function-patches (e.g.,
glTexParameteri), former e and b post-fixed will be removed in next major version
- 🚀 update and refine OS X deployment
- enable type-safe
GLbooleanto behave like
- 🚚 rename hpp to more common inl and remove header back-includes
- extend version, meta, and context info features
- add various
glfunctionstool (list missing extensions and functions in summary)
- add various
- 🛠 fix GLFW find script
- 🛠 fix race on
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