Set of portable libraries especially useful for games
This is a set of OpenSource (LGPL) libraries that will permit programmers
to write games and other realtime interactive applications that are 100%
portable across a wide range of hardware and operating systems. Here is
what you need - it's all free and available with LGPL'ed source code on
the web. All of it works well together.
by Steve Baker.
All the documentation and installation instructions
are now online at:
They are also downloadable - along with example
programs and demos from the same site.
Please don't email me (Steve Baker) directly - I
get *WAY* too much mail as it is! Instead, please
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PLIB Change Log.
PLIB v1.6.0 (Sept 2nd 2002)
It's been over a year since the last PLIB release
and we have been somewhat lax about maintaining a
list of changes.
Some highlights are:
* Significant improvements and cleanup throughout PLIB,
especially in PUI.
* ssgAux library added - includes handy classes for
more sophisticated effects
PLIB was originally written by Steve Baker as a solo project - but
has subsequently been greatly enhanced and expanded by a 'cast of
Most important of all - the 'official' PLIB developers:
John Fay ("Mr. PUI")
As a special exception Steve Baker gives permission to link these
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