Linux And The Art Of 3D Game Programming
Newsforge tells us about
3D game programming under Linux.
"Unfortunately, it's not all fun and games here. Some people don't like OpenGL due to its license, so they opt for the alternative, Mesa. Mesa, written by Brian Paul, is a free graphics library with an API almost identical to OpenGL. Programs using OpenGL can use Mesa without changing the source code, so whichever route you want to take is completely up to you and your hardware."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Apr 18, 2002 )
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