Thread: OpenGL

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    But the shader book is not in a zip folder; it's in a chm file, which is Microsoft's proprietory helpfile format. It's still possible to read chm files on a Mac, though, with chmox (

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    Yeah, I'm familiar with chm's, but the file extension was Treating it as a .chm worked fine, why it has a zip extension is beyond me.

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    This is the greatest book site ever!!!
    I don't care it's illegal...
    I'm gonna read for years now!
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    Doesn't look to be legal but bugger it. I'll be bookmarking this in case any mods decide to remove the link... :shifty-eyes:
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