Finally: New Magnum Developer Release

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Thursday, December 7. 2006 • Category: OpenGL
As I already promised in this blog and in some emails to various people, I prepared a new developer release 0.4 of my framework "Magnum". It already contains a lot of changes and supports SCons for building it.

I also packed another archieve containing all data sets that are used for the demos - unfortunately you really need it in order to build the framework and all examples using the build scripts.

Among the changes are:
  • SCons as build system.

  • A much better directory structure.

  • Much more pure virtual interface classes.

  • XML parser and DOM-like document model.

  • HTTP Server functionality.

  • The skeleton of a meta-compiler for reflection and more.

  • Lots of other changes that even are not documented in the changelog

I am also thinking about publishing a copy of my subversion repository online, so you can follow the development and access the most current version - but I am not sure about that and I currently don't have enough time to set up a replication mechanism.


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