I'm trying to add a window to my OpenGL program. So far most of my rendering has been off-screen, and the context created for that didn't have to deal with too many windowing-system issues.
There's a window coming up, and I can draw to it, but there are things like mouse-overs pause execution, and the window stops responding if it's moved to the background.
I'm on XP64 and using WGL, incidentally, but I'd like whatever I come up with to be easily portable to Unix.
I'm looking for a free windowing system that I can get working fast----no annoyingly complex build process or linking issues.
I need functions to:
and preferably also a function to toggle the window visible/invisible (probably cheaper than destroying/recreating).
GTK+ doesn't seem to have built-in OpenGL support, although there are some addon packages that do. Qt's open source version doesn't seem to include Windows support.