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Re: [ogl-sample] quake process and opengl library

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Subject: Re: [ogl-sample] quake process and opengl library
From: Brian Furtaw <brian@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2001 09:17:20 -0400
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Your question is very broad in scope, you need to narrow it down, be
more specific. If you search the web their are lots of sites that talk
about Id Software titles like Quake.


"Remy Beugre (ECS)" wrote:
> Hi everybody out there
> It's Remy again. :-) Let's see what I come up with this time.
> How is the quake game using the computer (performance) before/while 
> displaying the game?
> I mean does anyone knows how quake exactly works on a computer from start 
> to/while displaying the game.
>  Thanx
>    Remy
> ps Is it possible to skip the linking to opengl32.lib and run the game on my 
> computer with a 3D graphic routine anyway?

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