Oct 30, 2007
OpenGL ARB announces an update on OpenGL 3.0. The OpenGL ARB found, after careful review, some unresolved issues they wanted addressed before releasing a specification. The good news is that they’ve greatly improved the specification since Siggraph 2007, added some functionality, and flushed out a whole lot of details. The complete announcement is posted on the OpenGL discussion boards.
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Posted on 10/30 at 02:03 PM
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