OpenGL News Archives
Mar 02, 2015
The OpenGL hardware database goes open source, with the client side application to generate and upload OpenGL hardware reports ported to C++ (using Qt as the UI framework). The client side application has been ported over from pascal to C++ for a broader audience and has been made open source, available on github. In addition to the move to C++, the application also adds lots of new information for OpenGL hardware reports, like added capabilities (reports now contain up to almost 200 implementation capabilities) compressed texture formats and a preview for displaying information gathered from gl_arb_internalformat_query2, making it an even more handy tool for OpenGL developers. Binaries are currently available for windows, Linux and Mac OS can be compiled from the sources with binary distributions to follow. Alongside with the move to open source, the web front end also got lots of new functionality, including new report layouts, advanced search and filter options and better ways to compare different OpenGL reports.