Home of the Open Source Delphi&C++Builder OpenGL tool. GLScene is an OpenGL based 3D library. . folder; Tortoise SVN: add the folder ” glscene” manually so you have lazarus/components/glscene. In GLScene the universe or 3D world is called a scene. We will learn how to start a basic GLScene application and how to control .. Tecplot User’s Manual.
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Making Games with GLScene in Lazarus on Windows
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Do not think that because your post has not appeared that an error has occurred. Results 1 to 8 of 8. Instructions for installing GLScene in Delphi Download archive zip files of GLScene 1. Remove two last lines: Open command prompt to the same directory.
Observe text in the command prompt. See if files were copied or not. Close command prompt if filew glscsne copied. Set this to the main folder where you positioned GLScene. Add Delphi Library Path.
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Ad Delphi Library Path. Last edited by Thyandyr; at Otherwise looked like it works, did only test one example manuual went to bed.
I edited the thread title to be more informative. Based on the old title I first thought that you are providing installation instruction for the Delphi itself.
Which seemed a bit unusual since the thread is in GLScene section.
Originally Posted by Thyandyr. Originally Posted by SilverWarior.
Originally Posted by Akira To be honest I wouldn’t bother installing that particular package in the first place. Why would you want to use an outdated SDL1-based renderer instead of the native one?
Have you an Ideas about this fault? Thanks for your help, Didier. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. All times are GMT. The time now is