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Re: Graphics Programming


Unless you want to limit yourself to the x86 PC architecture and antiquated
video modes, I suggest you ditch the DOS graphics programming idiom and take
a look at OpenGL. You won't regret it!

http://www.opengl.org/  is a good place to start. Under 'Developer
Documentation'->Books you'll find some standard texts. For open *nix, you'll
need a copy of the Mesa 3D Graphics Library (http://www.mesa3d.org/), if
you're using a commercial OS then you'll probably already have OpenGL ready
to use.

-Andre Lucas <andre_(_dot_)_lucas_(_at_)_dial_(_dot_)_pipex_(_dot_)_com>

rooster wrote:

> Does anyone know where I can find some information on basic graphics
> programming for OpenBSD or UNIX in General? All I basically need to know
> is how to change the video mode to something like 13h, and plot pixels.
> Thanks a lot.
> Ben Shirani (rooster_(_at_)_stic_(_dot_)_net)

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