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    Intern Contributor nigels's Avatar
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    Lightbulb Introducing Regal...

    Hello all,

    We'd like to bring attention to our new, up and coming Open Source project -
    aimed at making OpenGL a better development experience and improving the
    portability of OpenGL code.

    Some of the broader goals of Regal are:
    • User-space OpenGL layer - use as much or as little as needed
    • OpenGL 4.2 compatibility API
    • Target desktop GL, core context, mobile platforms (ES)
    • Debugging features such as logging, capture and state inspection

    Current status:
    • OpenGL 4.2 API completeness
    • Emulation for fixed-function lighting, direct state access, immediate mode, push/pop attrib
    • Application and driver call logging including input parameters
    • An embedded HTTP server for interactive inspection (prototype stage)
    • Some useful Regal-specific extensions for querying available extensions and so on
    • Can be used as a drop-in opengl32.dll alternative, or a regal32.dll layer
    • Supporting Windows x86/x64, Mac i686/x86_64, Linux x86/x86_64, iOS, Android
    • Python code generator and API databases included - fix, extend fix or customize as needed

    Comments, feedback or git forks are entirely welcome.

    - Nigel Stewart

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    Advanced Member Frequent Contributor cass's Avatar
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    Hooray! I don't have any questions. ;-)
    Cass Everitt --

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    This seems to be a great thing to teach and learn OpenGL with. I might use it in a video tutorial series sometime.

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    Intern Contributor nigels's Avatar
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    Regal now supports OpenGL 4.3.

    - Nigel
    Regal - as OpenGL ought to be

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