Commit dbf13dd3 authored by Brian Paul's avatar Brian Paul
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updated by Alexander Mai

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1) Binary release
2) Building from sources
3) History
4) Mesa Home Page
4) Todo
5) Mesa Home Page
1) Binary release
Though Mesa 3.0 should build in a quite reasonable time on
a 585 class machine (or better) a binary relase is available
(check item 4) for an URL)
Though the Mesa sources should build in a quite reasonable time even on
a 585 class machine a binary relase is available (check topic 4) for an URL)
This package includes:
- lib/MesaGL.dll, MesaGL.a
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them in a straightforward way (see below).
The testing of these libraries was limited to the supplied
demos/examples and very few small third-party apps.
demos/examples and a quite small number of third-party apps.
No warranty ... as usual ... ;-)
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(if you want to have them) is handled in "mklib-emx.cmd",
a small REXX script. Perhaps not the best idea, but this
way it fits best in the scheme used to build libraries
on all platforms in Mesa 3.0.
By now binary compatiblity is ensured by using the function names
as entry points instead of ordinals. This might cost performance and
is subject to change in future. We might consider this release
therefore as a "demo release" to get them feedback about
remaining bugs.
on all platforms in Mesa 3.x.
To actually build the libraries and demos, check mklib-emx.cmd
and modify it as desired. Then type
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Also some libs (MesaTK, MesaAUX) are withdrawn from the Mesa distribution,
and accordingly from the OS/2 port.
4) Todo
By now binary compatiblity is ensured by using the function names
as entry points instead of ordinals. This might cost performance and
is subject to change in future. In addition the supplied X86 assembler
source is not used yet.
4) Mesa Home Page
5) Mesa Home Page
You can get the source code and more information about Mesa from
http://www.mesa3d.org/
The OS/2 ports should in future be found on
The OS/2 ports should be available from
http://r350.ee.ntu.edu.tw/~hcchu/os2/ports
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