BuGLe combines a graphical OpenGL debugger with a selection of filters on the OpenGL command stream. The debugger allows viewing of state, textures, framebuffers, and shaders, while the filters allow for logging, error checking, free camera control, video capture, and more.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Software Development Debuggers Libraries Logging|
Release Notes: This release adds two new filtersets: logdebug captures the debug messages from ARB_debug_output to the BuGLe log, and contextattribs allows context flags to be overridden (particularly useful for forcing a debug context). There are also some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release which only fixes some build problems. If you have successfully installed the previous version of BuGLe, you do not need to upgrade to this version.
Release Notes: This release greatly improves support for OpenGL 3.0 and beyond. While there are still gaps, most OpenGL 3.0 applications should work and the state viewer should be complete. There is also support for a few post-3.0 features.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release: there are no major new features, but some things have been improved and there are many bugfixes. Amongst other things, it should work better on Ubuntu 11.10 than previous releases.
Release Notes: This release contains miscellaneous bugfixes. In particular, it should now build with Ubuntu 10.10.