My netbook only supports openGL version 1.4, my GPU is intel gma 3150, so for you what is the best library/tools to use or somewhat great move to make/advice, there are no wrong answers, (I am trying to create a game)
PS: I already check the net for resources but, opengl (redbook) 4th edition is scarce (and redbook for v1.1 is already deprecated and is very OLD than what I'm looking for), besides I don't have money to buy a new laptop or a opengl book from online shop because international delivery is very expensive, I'm from outside US.
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Replies To: Based on your experience, what is the best library for opengl 1.4?
Re: Based on your experience, what is the best library for opengl 1.4?
Posted 31 October 2012 - 03:02 PM
The OpenGL libary (API) should already be installed on your machine as part of your GPU's driver, although you will need the header files. If you're unfamiliar with OpenGL, I would recommend going through Nehe's tutorials.
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