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    open gl

    I would like to check into open gl. Could someone give me a good site to start with?

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    oh thats nice. Most of the tuts on the third site listed dont' work with dev-cpp.

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    a) What's the problem with them?
    b) Did you look at some of the other tutorials listed on the second site?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    oh thats nice. Most of the tuts on the third site listed dont' work with dev-cpp.
    Well, you obviosly didn't look very hard. Most of them have a 'DOWNLOAD Dev C++ Code For This Lesson.' link at the bottom.
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    duh they do, and they don't work. I use dev-cpp, not dev-c++!

    There is a difference!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    There is a difference!
    No, there isn't.

    *edit*
    If you are willing to tell us what the problems are we may be able to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    duh they do, and they don't work. I use dev-cpp, not dev-c++!

    There is a difference!
    Your an idiot
    Woop?

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    haha... you just made my day rune hunter... i've been using [dev-cpp/dev-c++/g++/gcc/a mingw port of gcc/a mingw port of g++/doesn't matter they're all the same] for years now, and I've used the tutorials directly off nehe's site without a problem...
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    well there is a difference. dev-cpp is the beta 5.0 and dev-c++ is version 4.0.

    Although it is called dev-c++ inside the dev-cpp folder, I like saying dev-cpp cause it is the beta 5.0.

    But I don't care no more, I got the vc++ express 8.0 2005 beta. Looks nice going to try it out now.

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    "If you are willing to tell us what the problems are we may be able to help."

    Well yes uncalled for attitude. But I do get mad once in a while. Maybe for the wrong reason but everyone gets mad at one point or anouther. It is what makes us perfect.

    Well sence my vc++ 8.0 beta isn't working for the reasons I want it to....

    dev-cpp is missing a header file and has an error saying the header file doesn't exist. Then I get other errors, most likely, becuase I don't have that one header file wich isn't there.

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    See, now we'll help.
    Missing headers can be fixed. Although, you didn't state specifically which one, I'm betting the answer can be found here: http://www.opengl.org/resources/faq/...g_started.html

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    duh they do, and they don't work. I use dev-cpp, not dev-c++!

    There is a difference!
    rune, i'm dissapointed.

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    "rune, i'm dissapointed."

    don't be. Just that I can no longer futher my education in c++ without a compiler that has the functions I want. (Not a complaint)

    "Your an idiot"

    I'd say that was uncalled for.

    I found out the header file was just a different name, but now I am still missing some of the functions the tuts use.

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