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  •  06 Jun 2013 22:36

Release Notes: This release adds fixes for multiple cursor motion bugs on Windows and fixes support for the LFLAGS environment variable on OS X.

  •  06 Apr 2013 09:42

Release Notes: This release fixed a few minor bugs on each platform, most notably the flashing window on Windows and a workaround for a bug in Mesa 9.x.

  •  10 Nov 2012 01:26

Release Notes: This release adds fixes for a few minor bugs on each platform, support for more swap interval methods on X11, and Visual C++ 2012 project files.

  •  15 Apr 2012 21:02

Release Notes: This release fixes a compilation error for certain versions of Mac OS X and adds support for monotonic time input on Cocoa.

  •  22 Mar 2012 14:27

Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes for a few minor issues in 2.7.3, most notably the missing -lrt on X11 and removal of the non-interactive menu bar created by glfwInit on Mac OS X.

  •  14 Feb 2012 04:57

Release Notes: This release replaces Cygwin cross-compilation with better MinGW and MSYS support, adds support for POSIX monotonic timers, adds the GLFW_INCLUDE_GL3 to make GLFW include the draft gl3.h header instead of gl.h, and fixes a number of bugs.

  •  12 Aug 2011 21:32

Release Notes: This release adds support for OpenGL 3.2 core profile on OS X Lion. It fixes a few minor bugs in the Cocoa port.

  •  27 Jul 2011 05:39

Release Notes: Many minor issues have been fixed. Most notably, a buffer overflow in WGL context creation was fixed, a test was added for the WGL_ARB_create_context_profile extension, a regression in the dlopen code path was fixed, a termination error in GLX context creation has been fixed, the active and iconified states are now tracked on Cocoa, and Win32 window iconification has been improved. Projects files for Visual C++ 2010 have been added. A test for dynamic linking has been added.


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