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Comments by VD-Flash (Top 24 by date)
You can build GLUI library for Linux too. Here's the GitHub page for it.
And if you want bare metal programming for Linux, just stick to my answer and build everything yourself with any customization you like.
Yes, we cannot help you with only this much of code and a small description. Please elaborate on the problem you have.😁
I don't have a powerful PC so I am using Windows 7. I have 3 different versions of Visual Studio (2012, 2013 and 2015). This library is in all of them.
Thank you for this software.
Why does Windows use it?
I know that this question is over 3 years old. You may have figured it out. But in case you haven't, go give it a try and also download the latest version of FreeGLUT binary release which is 3.2.1 from their official website. If you figured it out even then there are guys in this problem as I was once and I'd they read this answer then they will surely get some help.
Take a look at
. This is an old GLUT based gui library for OpenGL (in case you don't want to work out). I would recommend Win32 because it has all the features you want (in case you don't like the above library).
Thanks for the link. It works fine. 😀
Thank you for the above link. It will be quite useful for me. But as you said above I can load an image using LoadBitmap and receive a HBITMAP handle and convert it into texture as I regularly do. But is a HBITMAP data type acceptable by glTexImage2D? Because I usually load the image from file using the pre built stb_image library which returns a unsigned char* data type which can be used in the last parameter of glTexImage2D.
If you don't find a suitable library then you can build your own. See my answer.
Oh, that's the matter. So I cannot make those round shaped buttons. You don't need to seek apologies. Because of you guys, I got some new topics to learn. Thank you for your help and support.
I am *certainly* not blaming anyone. And I am really sorry if my words sound disapproving. I will try to make them more polite. As of now can you guys please provide me a suitable solution?
I have already mentioned the problem. Above in the question's description, I have given the links of two pictures. The first one shows the buttons that I end up making. The second picture shows the buttons that I want to create but I don't know the appropriate code for it. And by buttons, I mean the yes/no or the ok/cancel buttons in the dialog boxes.
Sorry, Sandeep but this does not solve my problem.
OK, I think it's on me now. I won't disappoint you. The next question will only be related to programming and coding stuff.
This is great. Thank you for this information.
I don't have Visual Studio installed on my PC. I am trying to build a vcproj file through command line with MSBuild. My question was that can't it build the project itself? Why would it require VCBuild?
I want to know why it cannot find vcbuild.exe ? And why does it need it ?
Thank you for this
That could be a problem. I don't know what is its structure. And if I even knew what is the structure, don't you think that it's quite cumbersome to convert around *50* files !
Ok, I got your message. Thank you for your time.
Ok, that's great. Thank you for your answer. And yes, can you also please tell me which version of .NET framework should I have to run VS 2010 ?
So, if I cannot run Visual Studio 2013 then which version should be suitable for me (2012 / 2010 / 2008) ? I have windows 7 (32-bit) and I am running Blender 2.74
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