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Re: OpenGL problem
- From: André Bleau <andre_bleau at hotmail dot com>
- To: Denis dot Roegel at loria dot fr
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 20:02:39 -0500
- Subject: Re: OpenGL problem
From: Denis Roegel <Denis.Roegel@loria.fr>
CC: Denis Roegel <Denis.Roegel@loria.fr>
Subject: Re: OpenGL problem
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 23:36:00 +0100
I did not mean to offend you, but I have written (as you suggested
a year ago) to firstname.lastname@example.org, and then Larry Hall suggested to use
cygwin-apps. Maybe you didn't read the message because it was
lost after the server problems.
No offense taken.
I've read both of your 2 messages to cygwin at cygwin.com and the one you
sent to cygwin-apps at cygwin.com. I replied to all of them, in their
respective mailing list:
What Larry meant is that if you find a packaging error in the OpenGL
package, that is, if the package does not respect the layout required for
Cygwin's packages, you should report it to the cygwin-apps list. If you have
any other sort of trouble with the OpenGL package, report it to the main
Now, I also apologize for writing to you directly, but although
I am subscribed to cygwin-apps, I didn't receive the message
to which I am now replying. I only found it on the web.
This is why I thought it better to reply directly to you.
This is really surprising. If you are subscribed to the list, you should
receive all messages sent to it. If not, you should inquire with the list
manager. If your email connection with Cygwin's lists is unreliable, I
suggest that you add the following line to messages you send to the lists:
"Please CC your response to this message directly to my address."
I never reply directly to people sending messages to lists, unless they
require it explicitely.
I have been subscribed to the cygwin list, and now instead
to the cygwin-apps list. Should I return to the main cygwin list?
I am confused...
If you can solve the problem, I would be very thankful, as I have
had it for a year. None of my complex programs using tessellation
seem to work on cygwin (and also apparently not on some other
Windows environment, from what my students tell me).
On the other hand, I have the feeling that I am the only one
on Earth needing such features, or somehow nobody is trying tessellation
The "solution" to your problem was in my reply to your original message to
the cygwin list:
Regarding tessallation and Cygwin, the tess.c sample program about which you
wrote to me last year works reliably on Cygwin. Your new program doesn't,
but as outlined in message msg00408, it is because of a programming error.
Please try the suggestions in that message, and if you have other problems
that are specific to OpenGL under Cygwin, write about it to the cygwin list.
André Bleau, Cygwin's OpenGL package maintainer
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