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License Agreement/Terms of Use

These terms reflect the current version of glFont, and may be subject to change upon new releases. By downloading glFont, you agree to adhere to the following terms and conditions.

glFont was written for the purpose of simplifying the process of adding 2D text into OpenGL applications, which is usually a cumbersome and unnecessarily frustrating task. glFont was my solution, and I wanted to provide this solution to others such as myself free of charge.

For this reason, glFont and the accompanying glFont API source code is free to be used in any program, non-commercial or commercial, as long as credit is given to myself either in the program documentation or in the program itself. This includes my name and e-mail address.

Brad Fish
bhf5@email.byu.edu

Although I do not require payment, I would appreciate donations of either money or equipment, especially from commercial use of glFont, since I am a student and am trying to pay for tuition, room & board, books, etc.

I retain the copyright, owernship, and all associated rights to glFont.

Thanks, and have fun with glFont!

Download

glfont.zip glFont executable and glFont API
glfont_cpp.zip Henri Kyrki's C++ port of the glFont API
glFont_Delphi.zip Daniel Klepel's excellent Delphi port of the glFont API.  For any Delphi-specific questions regarding this port, contact Daniel.
glfont2.zip Official glFont 2.0 executable and API

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