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Re: [vox] want a book recommendation: opengl
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Re: [vox] want a book recommendation: opengl

jeez.  not even a mention of my matrix spoof.   was it just not funny?!?

thanks, sounds like i should get my own copy of the redbook (and
eventually get the blue book).


begin Gabriel Rosa <grosa@ucdavis.edu> 
> the red book is the official opengl programming guide, written by
> members of the opengl review board.
> the blue book is the opengl programming reference.
> they are the canonnical opengl books, imho. The red book is a good read
> if you know next to nothing about gl. It's very well structured, and you'll
> learn a lot of the internals and whatnot of it. It is a pretty technical book
> though (which I like).
> Often I've found that debugging gl code is simpler if you know how it works;
> I doubt any of the WindowsGL in 21 days books will ever dwell into that.
> you can borrow my (err marianne's :) ) copy after you pry it from my cold
> dead hands ;)
> -Gabe
> On Tue, 18 Jun 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > gabe, please define "red book" and "blue book".
> >
> > the last thing i want to happen is for me to read the "red book" without
> > knowing what it is in advance and find a bunch of men with dark glasses
> > coming after me because i'm not supplying electricity for my computer
> > anymore.
> >
> > pete
> >
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