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The Open Toolkit library 0.9.8-2 and 0.9.9-1

OpenTK 0.9.8-2 is a bugfix release in the 0.9.8 series. Features:

  • TextPrinter.Print() no longer ignores the specified color.
  • Various GL methods with string[] parameters are now correctly wrapped.

Read the complete 0.9.8-2 release notes.

OpenTK 0.9.9-1 is a work-in-progress snapshot of what will become our first stable release. This release is strictly for testing and feedback purposes: if you are a new user, you are strongly advised to stay with the 0.9.8 series until the new code stabilizes.

Features:

  • Initial OpenGL 3.2 support.
  • Initial support for OpenGL ES 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0.
  • Bugfixes for OpenCL, OpenAL and OpenGL.
  • Various changes and bugfixes to the math library and the GameWindow.

Major changes are in progress, so please expect bugs and missing features. In particular, Mac OS X support may be broken and the new GameWindow and OpenTK.Input APIs are incomplete.

Read the complete 0.9.9-1 release notes.


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nythrix's picture

Just out of curiosity, why the versioning isnt following the 0.9.9 0.9.10 0.9.11... line? There's clearly a lot of changes under the hood. Even breaking ones.

stereo's picture

When we can expect to release a stable version 0.9.9?

Inertia's picture

0.9.8-x is stable, 0.9.9-x is WIP.

objarni's picture

I like the idea of separating the WIP and stable releases. Will you follow some kind of version-number convention regarding "stable/experimental"? Like odd numbers = experimental, even = stable?

the Fiddler's picture
stereo wrote:

When we can expect to release a stable version 0.9.9?

You can track progress with issue #829: Task list for OpenTK 1.0

the Fiddler's picture
objarni wrote:

I like the idea of separating the WIP and stable releases. Will you follow some kind of version-number convention regarding "stable/experimental"? Like odd numbers = experimental, even = stable?

Nope, once OpenTK 1.0 is released, we'll probably follow a month/year naming scheme (e.g. "September 2009" release).