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Re: [Bug-gnubg] 3d board not working

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] 3d board not working
Date: Sat, 10 Sep 2005 09:28:53 +1200

Yes I tried glut and it is as you found out. May be a problem in glut
or gnubg itself, I don't know.

I verified with the Savage guru that my installation of DRI is OK. He
says the performance I get is "adequate but not stellar", which means
GNUbg should run fine. I think the problems we are seeing are simply
GNUbg not keeping up with the changes in other libraries ....


On 9/10/05, Eli Dayan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Greetings,
> > Perhaps whatever is going wrong with the fonts (ftgl) is slowing things
> > down.  Try building without ftgl (you'll need the glut library for a simple
> > font replacement).  If you have trouble with that, just turn off the point
> > labels and comment out the drawdcnumbers call in drawdc() (or just disable
> > the cube).
> I am building with glut instead of ftgl on Solaris, due to issues with the 
> latter.  Fonts on the cube seem to be drawn in the wrong part of the cube 
> face, i.e. not centered.  Some boards seem to have colour issues, and 
> performance is rather slow.  I'm not quite sure what to make of this yet, but 
> I thought I would mention it.  Direct rendering is enabled here as far as I 
> can tell.
> Eli Dayan

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