The latest version of kludge3d needs GTK2
(I have 2.2.1) and gtkglext.
(Older versions of kludge3d will work with GTK 1.2.x, and those versions need
Additionally, you'll need an OpenGL implementation of some kind, like
Mesa, or (more likely, for those of you
with 3d cards) you should just use the DRI-enabled
If you want to be able to load 3ds files in kludge3d, you need to install
It's optional, but it's easy to install anyway.
If you want to be able to run Python scripts from within kludge3d, you need
to install the Python interpreter, as well as
the Python C-interface library and headers (which are installed by default
anyway, I think).
Keep in mind that this is not a finished product. Certain features are
not implemented, or are disabled. I haven't found many show-stopping bugs
in kludge3d, but I haven't tested it very well, either.
You can download the latest release at the sourceforge page:
Kludge3d download page
It seems that the author of gtkglarea has done us all the favor of
removing his web page and placing the gtkglarea source code
in gnome's cvs depo. Thanks.
I've mirrored the tarball for 1.2.2
Oh, and by the way, the cvs version of gtkglarea doesn't compile on
linux anymore, let alone freebsd or windows. Again, thanks.
Kludge3d no longer needs gtkglarea. I'll keep the tarball around, just in
case anyone wants to compile an older version of kludge3d.