glhf - openGL Have Fun - A Go package that makes life with OpenGL enjoyable.

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openGL Have Fun - A Go package that makes life with OpenGL enjoyable.OpenGL is verbose, it's usage patterns are repetitive and it's manual memory management doesn't fit Go's design. When making a game development library, it's usually desirable to create some higher-level abstractions around OpenGL. This library is a take on that.

https://github.com/faiface/glhf

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