A freely licensed alternative to the GLUT library
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Apr 27 13:08:01 CEST 2007
freeglut-2.4.0-9.0.el5.x86_64.rpm  - A freely licensed alternative to the GLUT library
Name: freeglut
Version: 2.4.0
Release: 9.0.el5
Group: System Environment/Libraries
Size: 343801
Build on: Fri Apr 27 13:07:58 2007
Vendor: ATrpms.net
Packager: ATrpms
Signature: DSA/SHA1, Fri Apr 27 13:08:01 2007 ( [expires: 2007-12-31])

freeglut is a completely open source alternative to the OpenGL Utility Toolkit
(GLUT) library with an OSI approved free software license. GLUT was originally
written by Mark Kilgard to support the sample programs in the second edition
OpenGL 'RedBook'. Since then, GLUT has been used in a wide variety of practical
applications because it is simple, universally available and highly portable.

freeglut allows the user to create and manage windows containing OpenGL
contexts on a wide range of platforms and also read the mouse, keyboard and
joystick functions.


Fri Sep 15 12:00:00 2006 Axel Thimm - 2.4.0-8
- Update to 2.4.0.

Sat Feb 21 11:00:00 2004 Axel Thimm 2.2.0
- Added glut compatibility provides.
- Moved *.so to devel package.

Tue Jan 13 11:00:00 2004 Andy Piper
- updated to freeglut-2.2.0
- fixed library install

Fri Nov 14 11:00:00 2003 Andy Piper
- updated for freeglut-2.0.1

Wed Jun 4 12:00:00 2003 Elliot Lee
- rebuilt


Tue Jun 3 12:00:00 2003 Mike A. Harris 1.3-0.20020125.3
- Add BuildRequires on /sbin/ldconfig
- Change ldconfig call to explicit /sbin/ldconfig

Sun Jun 1 12:00:00 2003 Mike A. Harris 1.3-0.20020125.2
- Oddly, when I build this on my workstation, it only builds static libs, but
when I build it in the buildsystem it builds shared and static libs. Must
be a twilight zone thing going on. Add shared libs to file lists.

Sat May 31 12:00:00 2003 Mike A. Harris 1.3-0.20020125.1
- Added -L/usr/X11R6/%{_lib} configure script invocation and CFLAGS so lib64
is treated properly on x86_64/ppc64/s390x architectures

Fri May 30 12:00:00 2003 Mike A. Harris 1.3-0.20020125.0
- Initial build.

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ATrpms was founded by Axel Thimm