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Éric Boucher

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Oct 7, 2013, 2:27:04 PM10/7/13
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Hi, i know your not closed to Linux port (other subject) but as you know, OpenGL is more than DirectX for Linux, it's a replacement for DirectX that is constantly in evolution by it's OpenSource mind. Would you consider letting DirectX beside and comme aboard OpenGL for Windows at the moment and Linux later?

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Éric

Synekism

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Oct 7, 2013, 4:08:04 PM10/7/13
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I will ultimately have support for both, as impractical as that may be. Synekism is first a hobby and then a product and I have too much fun with DirectX to just give it up. But I am writing my new graphics engine to abstract the particular graphics API I use so I can easily add support for OpenGL alongside DirectX.


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Éric Boucher

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Oct 7, 2013, 4:44:20 PM10/7/13
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Fun with DirectX, you think something in particular ?

Synekism

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Oct 7, 2013, 5:40:37 PM10/7/13
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I simply meant that my first self-taught graphics programming experience is in DirectX so it has a certain nostalgia about it. That doesn't mean I'll never touch OpenGL (I already did some OpenGL stuff) but it does mean I'm more comfortable in Windows/DirectX land.
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