It used to be great tool at a time, but now is quite outdated, it would be great to see this project being developed further, as IIRC there are no crossplatform analogs with same functionality. Wish you best luck.
> Does anyone here on the list know any of the folks involved in the glslDevil project:http://www.vis.uni-stuttgart.de/glsldevil/_______________________________________________osg-users mailing listosg-us...@lists.openscenegraph.orghttp://lists.openscenegraph.org/listinfo.cgi/osg-users-openscenegraph...
> This seems to be one of the few prospects for a cross-platform (Linux and Windows anyway) GLSL source-level debugging tool. It was not released as open-source, but is a free download, and seems like it is getting neglected now. I'd like to contact the creators and see about open-sourcing it and maybe updating it a bit.
> Is anyone else interested in helping? Do we have any other Germans, especially academics who might help me contact and talk to uni-stuttgart? I have some interest in the project from an American university who might help keep the project alive.
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