I've nearly completed the port of my Graphics Library (NCCA Graphics Library or NGL) to the pi (piNGL) and I plan to release the code later this week as an alpha, so I thought I would ask people here where I should host it.
For my main stable teaching branch I host here http://nccastaff.bournemouth.ac.uk/jmac ... index.html
which is a read only version which I maintain. This is so I can control it and students get a stable branch. For the pi Version I was thinking of hosting on Google Code so the community can access / update things as well as keeping a more stable version on my website as well.
I know this may cause issues with different versions but was wondering what others think?
I was also thinking of releasing both dev and pre-compiled lib / header versions so people could just download and use without having to build the library itself, one of the versions I've built has some rather large models pre-compiled into it and the only way of accessing these is to cross compile on another machine and I presume this may be a bit too much for some people.
I've just added texture support so now I just need to tidy a few things up and it's ready. Main things left to do will be Text rendering, and mouse / keyboard access, then I will start the python bindings for it (I have an old python version so should take a week or so)
The link below shows the latest version with textures working