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Free3d is/was an incomplete implementation of a "100% efficient, 100% portable" real-time C++ 3d rendering
library. Since it's incomplete, it's primarily of interest as a C++ code base.
The author has ceased work on Free3d though.
The code was pretty efficient for C++ on an i486. However, it ignored
superscalar architectures and is certainly not what author would write today.
The code is probably most useful as a treatise in how to design an efficient,
platform-independent 2D image manipulation framework, and as a good working
example of the GNU Autoconf installation utility. Also, there are some
examples of C++ class wrappers for X11 / Xt / Motif.
Current Version: 0.18
License Type: GPL
Source Code Availability: Yes
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: No
It was designed to be easily ported to any operating system. The current
installation software is designed for UNIX/X11 systems.
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