glewmx 1.13.0-4ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu


glewmx (1.13.0-4ubuntu3) focal; urgency=medium

  * Update config.guess for riscv64 support. dh_autoreconf doesn't work as the
    clean target needs the update.

 -- William Grant <email address hidden>  Mon, 13 Apr 2020 17:20:59 +1000

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glewmx_1.13.0-4ubuntu3.debian.tar.xz 29.2 KiB c9eec99d97d92a7a8439f6e18a7a4b9ff832903f41c736e8f9b4a117529f786e
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libglewmx-dev: OpenGL Extension Wrangler MX - development environment

 The OpenGL Extension Wrangler, GLEW for short, is a library that
 handles initialization of OpenGL extensions in a portable and simple
 way. Once the program initializes the library and checks the
 availability of extensions, it can safely call the entry points defined
 by the extension. Currently GLEW supports almost all the extensions
 found in the OpenGL extension registry (
 This package contains the development libraries compiled with GLEW_MX.

libglewmx1.13: OpenGL Extension Wrangler (Multiple Rendering Contexts)

 For more information about GLEW please refer to the description of the
 libglewmx-dev package.
 This package contains the runtime support files, built with GLEW_MX option,
 adding support for thread-safe usage of multiple rendering contexts.

libglewmx1.13-dbgsym: debug symbols for libglewmx1.13