[osg-users] [A little bit off topic] A simple graphics library

michael kapelko kornerr at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 19:52:09 PST 2016

Hi. I'm not sure about simplicity, but SDL is the first one that comes to

2016-11-13 10:43 GMT+07:00 Andrew Lowe <agl at wht.com.au>:

> Hi all,
>         I teach, amongst other things, C programming to 1st year
> Engineering students here at Curtin Uni in Australia. I've created a nice
> little portable environment foir them using a thingy called Msys2[1] and
> contains stuff such as conemu2, clang, notepad++ etc, which fits on a usb
> and my students are happy little vegemites[2]
>         I now want to teach them a little bit, emphasis on the little, of
> graphics. Does anyone know of a very simple graphics library, win32 based,
> that I could incorporate into something like this?
>         My graphics experience is with OpenGL, OSG, and CAD systems so I'm
> totally unfamiliar with the "entry level". I'm looking for something that
> has a simple function call to open a window. A simple function to draw a
> line, drawLine(context, startX, startY, endX, endY);,  same for a circle,
> setting colours and line styles - as I said, simple.
>         As I've mentioned above, C based, Win32 - Win7 and up and simple.
>     Any thoughts, greatly appreciated,
>         Andrew
> [1] http://tinyurl.com/j5d9ryh
> [2] http://tinyurl.com/zdd8sxb
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