Portability Libraries: Development package
Provides a Joystick interface, a simple GUI built on top of OpenGL,
some standard geometry functions, a sound library and a simple scene
graph API built on top of OpenGL.
This package provides the static libraries, the header files and the
development links to the shared libraries. You need this package if you
want to compile software which needs plib.
PUI no longer depends on GLUT or freeglut.
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
sign up to the PLIB u
plib (1.8.5-5+squeeze1) stable-security; urgency=high
* Non-maintainer upload by the Security Team.
* Use vsnprintf to fix buffer overflow CVE-2011-4620 (Closes: #654785).
-- Aron Xu <email@example.com> Thu, 01 Mar 2012 20:39:21 +0800
plib (1.8.5-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix FTBFS on hurd. Thanks to Pino Toscano <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
-- Bradley Smith <bradsmith@debian.
PLIB Change Log.
PLIB v1.8.5 (Oct 2006)
* removed sev
* SSG needs RTTI to replace the rapidly vanishing SSG_TYPE bits re
[ Put in tasks here that probably won't get done before PLIB 2.0 or change
the API in a way that c
| TO BE DONE |
A tasks and bugs are now being tracked by sourceforge
PLIB was originally written by Steve Baker as a solo project - but
has subsequently been greatly enh
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