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Old 05-21-2012, 11:01 PM
Alessio Treglia
 
Default Bug#673906: ITP: pugl -- portable API for OpenGL graphical interfaces

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Alessio Treglia <alessio@debian.org>

* Package name : pugl
Version : 0~svn32
Upstream Author : Dave Robillard <dave@drobilla.net>
* URL : http://drobilla.net/software/pugl/
* License : ISC
Programming Lang: C
Description : portable API for OpenGL graphical interfaces

Pugl is a minimal portable API for OpenGL GUIs which supports
embedding and is suitable for use in plugins, but can also be
used for programs.

Pugl is vaguely similar to GLUT, but with some significant
distinctions:
* Minimal in scope, providing only what is necessary to draw
and receive keyboard and mouse input.
* No reliance on static data whatsoever, so the API can be
used in plugins or multiple independent parts of a program.
* Single implementation, which is small, liberally licensed
and suitable for direct inclusion in programs if avoiding a
library dependency is desired.
* Support for embedding in other windows, so Pugl code can
draw to a widget inside a larger GUI.
* More complete support for keyboard input, including
additional “special” keys, modifiers, and support for
detecting individual modifier key presses.



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