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CG/CGFX to GLSL
So, I'm making the painful move from my beloved XNA to OpenTK, and I'm stuck: Since I've got a LOT of existing shaders written in HLSL, NVidia's CG compiler seems like a natural way to minimize the ...
May 5 '12 at 12:49
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