> | My current IRIS GL application has more than 20K lines of Fortran but
> | makes very limited use of GL facilities: in fact it does nothing much
> | beyond plotting text and polylines. To use callback routines however the
> | whole program would have to be rewritten so I'm looking in particular
> | for interfaces that emulate qtest, qread and charst.
> This is just the kind of problem GLUT is intended to solve. There are
> even fortran bindings, at least on some platforms.
No, GLUT requires the use of callback routines (e.g., glutDisplayFunc,
glutReshapeFunc), which would require rewriting the entire IRIS GL
program. I don't know of any portable source to replace qtest, qread,
getvaluator, that would move from SGI platforms (with IRIS GL) to
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