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Monday, November 13, 2006
 
ATI Opens DirectX-to-OpenGL to Devs
7:31 AM | David Chochla | 11 comments

Macworld reports that ATI has released HLSL2GLSL. The open-source program is designed to help developers convert graphics code Window's DirectX 9 to Mac-friendly Open-GL.

Many Mac OS X programmers already working on Mac games or cross-platform conversions already have home-rolled tools in their own libraries that provide them with the ability to convert DirectX code into OpenGL code. Commercial products exist that do the same. But ATI is offering this software released earlier this month as version 0.9 to further assist programmers who want some help.
Binaries for Mac and Windows, help documentation and libraries are available for download.

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