Mesa Cygwin/X11 Information
If you installed X11 (packages xorg-x11-devel and xorg-x11-bin-dlls ) with the
latest setup.exe from Cygwin the GL (Mesa) libraries and include are already
installed in /usr/X11R6.
The following will explain how to "replace" them.
How to compile Mesa on Cygwin/X11 systems:
1. Shared libs:
Mesa 3.0 MITS Information
This software is distributed under the terms of the GNU Library
General Public License, see the LICENSE file for details.
This document is a preliminary introduction to help you get
started. For more detaile information consult the web page.
Version 0.1 (Yes it's very alpha code so be warned!)
Emil Briggs (b
Info on using Mesa 3.0 with Linux Quake I and Quake II
I am _not_ a Quake expert by any means. I pretty much only run it to
test Mesa. There have been a lot of questions about Linux Quake and
Mesa so I'm trying to provide some useful info here. If this file
doesn't help you then you should look elsewhere for help. The Mesa
mailing list or the news://news
Mesa Threads README
Thread safety was introduced in Mesa 2.6 by John Stone an
VMS support contributed by Jouk Jansen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The latest version was tested
Last updated: 23 April 2011
Windows drivers are
Notes about the EGL library:
The EGL code here basically consists of two things:
1. An EGL API
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