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New Radeon SDK
Tuesday, June 26, 2007 | Permalink

AMD has just released a new SDK with some cool DX10 samples, of which I wrote two. There's also a programming and optimization guide for the HD 2000 series (also written by me) plus some other cool stuff. Check it out!

In other news, I just got back from a month long trip to Sweden and Denmark. During my time away I haven't had a chance to write any demos or do any other updates on this site. But now I'm back.
Oh, there's one update that I actually posted a while ago, but didn't write a news item about. I added Mac support to the framework, so now the OpenGL demos should compile and work on Mac too. You'll have to create the XCode projects yourself though as I don't have the Mac anymore and thus can't create any project files for the Mac. The reason I didn't mention this here earlier is that the Mac I bought was a gift for my niece and I wanted it to be a surprise for her, so I didn't want to give her any hints in case she would check in on my site. So the Mac support has been there for a bit over a month now.

Another update is that I finally got a HD 2900XT card for my own system at home, so now I just need to start coding some DX10 demos.

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