At last, a new version of GLEW (OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library) has been released. This new version adds OpenGL 3.0 support and not less than 31 new extensions (it’s a proof a new version of GLEW was necessary!).
GLEW is an useful library that does all the dirty work of checking and initializing all OpenGL extensions supported by the graphics card.
GLEW homepage: glew.sourceforge.net.
4 thoughts on “GLEW 1.5.1 Released with 31 New OpenGL Extensions”
I Already downloaded it and tried new stuff! :p
And I’n not happy with OpenGL:
GLEW is still great!
Yep GLEW is great. And it supports multiple rendering contexts, a cool feature!
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