Friday, July 29, 2011


Not much interesting in the way of updates this week. PySoy is facing a bit of a transitional period. We're wanting to move away from GTK 2.x, because gtkglext does not support nVidia cards, among other reasons. But the question has been -- moving where? We toyed with GTK 3 but we need something with better bluetooth support, etc. Clutter was an option but seems to be no good because it does not support OpenGL features like cubemapping, which will become very important to us.

So now it looks like we are going to be writing our own library to work with EGL. It's called eglib. It sounds like an interesting proposition, but I worry that it may be increasing the scope of our project beyond our ability to quickly roll out. We'll see what happens.

1 comment:

  1. eglib is already taken, see (embedded glib)