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From: "Steven Taylor" <s_taylor AT primus DOT com DOT au>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: WHAT EXACLY IS MESA?
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This may be off-topic, but many djgpp programmers use mesa.

I've been to the MESA site, and nowhere does it actually say what MESA is.
All I know is it has something to do with 3D.

Software is completely useless if no-one knows what it is for.

Please, don't answer me with, "MESA is an alternative to OpenGL" because I
know Sweet Fanny Adams about OpenGL.


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