Whilest this project is still usable, it will no longer receive new features.
I will accept pull-requests and patches, but my own major development on this library has ceased.
The lessons learnt while developing and using this are being used in the next-generation OpenGL framework OMGL, which will be used as a base for the Bast 3D Engine.
PyGLy is a flexible OpenGL framework that works with any PyOpenGL supported Windowing system.
PyGLy provides a set of common rendering classes, but doesn't force you to use any of them.
View PyGLy's documentation online.
PyGLy contains no platform / window specific code.
PyGLy has been tested with the following windowing systems:
Note: When using Pyglet on Mac OS-X and the OpenGL core profile, you must use the Pyglet version supplied in the /contrib/pyglet directory.
PyGLy is available from the PyPI package repository under the name 'pygly'.
Source installation is the recommended method to use PyGLy.
Install required dependencies listed above.
And a window system of your choice.
git clone git://github.com/adamlwgriffiths/PyGLy.git cd PyGLy git submodule init git submodule update
Select one of the following:
cd contrib/pyrr python setup.py install cd ../../ python setup.py install
export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/path/to/PyGLy export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/path/to/PyGLy/contrib/pyrr
python pygly/examples/run_demo.py -p glut -g legacy -d basic
Check the 'pygly/examples' directory for for some example code.
PyGLy is developed by Twisted Pair Development.
Contributions are welcome.
PyGLy is released under the BSD 2-clause license (a very relaxed licence), but it is encouraged that any modifications are submitted back to the master for inclusion.
Created by Adam Griffiths.
Copyright (c) 2012, Twisted Pair Development. All rights reserved.
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