Sorry to vent, but I must!
I have been beating on MS Windows 98 trying to get a OpenGL hardware
accelerated 3d DLL file to work with DirectX6 so I can play glQuake and
glHexen II. They worked before with DirectX5 and I guess I will have to go
back to it. I feel for any business going down the Microsoft Win 95/98/NT
(now 2000) road. Sooner or later the POS (note: I don't consider it an OS
any more and P stands for piece) will frustrate the hell out of 'em. Yeah,
I know business people won't use OpenGL games for important stuff, but if MS
can't deliver something that should work after how many POS generations of
upgrades, bug fixes, patches or freaking features, I want something else.
This is a plea. Hurry up and get popular so game companies will happily
support linux or BeOS. And don't stop working, cause I guarantee there will
come a day when I run anything but a MS POS operating system.
Now that I've got that out, go back to work.