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TITLE

        T3DLIB - See below for description

VERSION

        R43

COMPANY

        none

AUTHOR

        Glenn M. Lewis    e-mail: glewis@pcocd2.intel.com
                              or: glewis@netcom.com

HOST NAME

        Aminet.  Sent to ftp.luth.se

DIRECTORY

        pub/aminet/gfx/3d

FILE NAMES

        T3DLIB_EXE_R43.lha    (Documentation and Amiga executables)
        T3DLIB_EXE_R43.readme
        T3DLIB_Src_R43.lha    (Source code)
        T3DLIB_Src_R43.readme

PRICE

        The shareware fee is 25 U.S. dollars.

DISTRIBUTABILITY

        T3DLIB is shareware that is
        Copyright (C) 1988-1995 by Glenn M. Lewis.  All Rights Reserved.

DESCRIPTION

Hi, all!

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        First off, WHAT IS T3DLIB???

        T3DLIB is a 3D object manipulation "kit" and converter and
        programmer's library and ASCII format, and all sorts of other
        things too.  :-)  It runs on a slew of different machines.
        (Basically, anything with a Real C compiler: djgpp, Watcom,
         gcc; UNIX, Amiga, PC, etc.)
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        I just released version R43 of T3DLIB, and placed it in
ftp.luth.se:/pub/aminet/new.  It should show up in /pub/aminet/gfx/3d
soon... The files are T3DLIB_EXE_R43.lha (Documentation and Amiga
executables) and T3DLIB_Src_R43.lha (Source) (with their .readme
files, of course).

        The main change is that Rob Hounsell added Imagine 3.0 support
to it.  Thanks, Rob!  See the CHANGES file for more info.

        This will most likely be my *last* release of T3DLIB, unless it
has a major problem.  Many thanks to the few people who have sent in the
registration fee over the years.  I very much appreciate it!  Believe it
or not, T3DLIB has been around since 1988, when it started as TTDDD.
It, I believe, has served its purpose well, and it is time that I lay it
to rest.  :-)

        Feel free to e-mail questions or comments to me at either
"glewis@netcom.com" or "glewis@pcocd2.intel.com".

        Take care all, and thanks again.
                                                -- Glenn M. Lewis