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kohlrak



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I'm having a heck of a time trying to texture a cube. I can't even texture a square. I'm having a heck of a time trying to find out what is wrong, but i just can't seem to find out. So i'm asking some one to make a simple example in fasm (since converting code from everything else isn't working) of how to texture a square in opengl. Thanks in advance to whoever does, if it's done.
Post 02 Jun 2007, 23:48
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I am not much of a OpenGL person !
But you can try Here.
They have code written in MASM32 but I have ported it easily to fasm earlier (actually months ago, and then my PC crashed, and I have nothing left).

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Post 03 Jun 2007, 01:37
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I tried using those examples, but after reorganizing and converting all at once, stuff got lost. Oh well, i'll have to keep at it...
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Nevermind !
After all, we are doing all this, for love of assembly !
Post 03 Jun 2007, 01:57
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