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    Question Ask for examples of the orange book "OpenGL Shading Language"

    Hi, dear all!

    After I read the orange book and searched the web, I found no place to download its samples' source code. But if such book exists, there must be some way get its support, let alone the most basic, it's source code.

    Anyone could help? Thanks in advance!


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    newbiecow
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbiecow View Post
    After I read the orange book and searched the web, I found no place to download its samples' source code. But if such book exists, there must be some way get its support, let alone the most basic, it's source code.
    That's odd. They used to be up here: http://3dshaders.com, which is noted in the preface to the 3rd edition (published July 2009). But they apparently let the domain name lapse, and now its unrelated to the OpenGL Shading Language book.

    I have a version of the examples packratted off from Aug 2009. It has the 2nd edition examples and some other stuff. Here are the files, for your websearching pleasure:



    Code :
    Total = 205M
     
    3.1M Feb 20  2009 GLSL Book 2nd Ed Examples.zip    (MD5Sum: a3d3cb9c794183954f221ce566f7b8df)
     55K Feb 20  2009 OrangeBook2ndEdShaders.zip       (MD5Sum: b914b42bfe7faac6ea5563aaaa373185)
     29M Feb 20  2009 ShaderGen-3.0-src-data.zip       (MD5Sum: 40dfe205a389e3309c46160ccbbc9013)
    368K Feb 20  2009 ShaderGen-3.0-src-only.zip       (MD5Sum: 7dd3a3cd3dceabad6d2f08acd24f1cc4)
     15M Feb 20  2009 ShaderGen-3.0.exe           (MD5Sum: 547a1df9c3ae09bd5efddfb20465ae3b)
     74M Feb 20  2009 deLight-1.0-src.zip           (MD5Sum: 415ee0177aa672a21c5d92c1a58215d1)
     68M Feb 20  2009 deLight-1.0.exe           (MD5Sum: fad0b1ccba5db96725c4564695fe128b)
    3.1M Feb 20  2009 glsldemo-3.8.exe           (MD5Sum: d5c0ea8965efcde04e5e11174e39b267)
     14M Feb 20  2009 glsldemo-src-3.8.zip           (MD5Sum: 659297eff3db54c54a4f5be0ff995330)
    382K Feb 20  2009 ogl2brick-2.0.zip           (MD5Sum: c896d22fdc53dbbd5d78317b60bd3fe4)
    382K Feb 20  2009 ogl2particle-2.0.zip           (MD5Sum: 100977bdcdac3d4217a87d4738a04f6d)

    I've also included the MD5Sums in case you find them on the net by filename.

    If you want a copy, can probably figure out some way to get them to you. If there's general interest, could talk to the webmaster about hosting a copy on www.opengl.org.
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    Ah! Here you go. Found a copy of them with a web search. Grab 'em quick . Also, though the sizes match, I wouldn't run any executables from this since until you at least verify the MD5Sums (since we can't vouch for the source):

    * http://vmg.pp.ua/books/%D0%9A%D0%BE%...OpenGL/shader/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Photon View Post
    Ah! Here you go. Found a copy of them with a web search. Grab 'em quick . Also, though the sizes match, I wouldn't run any executables from this since until you at least verify the MD5Sums (since we can't vouch for the source):

    * http://vmg.pp.ua/books/%D0%9A%D0%BE%...OpenGL/shader/

    Thanks a lot, Dark Photon.
    You really give me a great help!



    Best regards,


    newbiecow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Photon View Post
    Ah! Here you go. Found a copy of them with a web search. Grab 'em quick . Also, though the sizes match, I wouldn't run any executables from this since until you at least verify the MD5Sums (since we can't vouch for the source):

    * http://vmg.pp.ua/books/%D0%9A%D0%BE%...OpenGL/shader/
    Hey, Dark Photon!
    Can you please also tell me how to view the effects of these shaders?


    Best regards,


    newbiecow

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