Remembered being told about this ages ago:
and according to the FAQ applets work in:
Netscape 4.5X under Win32 _and_ Unix, where Solaris and Linux is tested !
hope thats useful,
From: John P. Looney <jplooney-ilug at online.ie>
To: Irish LUG list <ilug at linux.ie>
Date: 11 March 2000 16:15
Subject: [ILUG] Java & OpenGL
> Just wondering.
>> Just say nVidia got their arse in gear, and released an accelerated GLX
>module for Xfree86 4.0.
>> Is there an implementation of OpenGL for Java that could use GLX ? I
>assume that Java just opens a window, tells OpenGL to write into it, and
>GLX maps that to the video card, and it's all happy ?
>> Could this all work inside a Java applet for Netscape, in X ? Would it be
>relatively fast ?
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