NoNameNo's C/C++ 2D/3D graphics development library for the Nintendo Wii, GRRLIB, has recently received a new update, bumping up the version of the app to 4.3.1. The latest release of the app is now compatible with the latest update of libpng, libogc and FreeType.
GRRLIB is a C/C++ 2D/3D graphics library for Wii application developers. It is essentially a wrapper which presents a friendly interface to the Nintendo GX core. With it, coders can quickly and easily start creating graphical applications.
GRRLIB is supplied as a standard C/C++ library (aka. archive) called 'libgrrlib'. Because GRRLIB processes JPEG and PNG images, it requires the installation of the 'libjpeg' and 'libpngu' libraries. 'libpngu', in turn, requires 'libpng' and 'libpng' requires 'libz'. GRRLIB also has FileIO functions to allow real-time loading and saving of graphical data, and thus also requires 'libfat'. GRRLIB also has the possibility to use TrueType fonts, so 'libfreetype' is also required.
Help can be found on the forum or in #grrlib on EFnet.
libpng was updated to version 1.4.4
FreeType updated to version 2.4.3
GRRLIB is compatible with libogc 1.8.4
Like it? Share with your friends!
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
WiiRemoteJ This development library isn't strictly Wiibrew, but it's a mighty useful tool that homebrew developers for other platforms out there might enjoy
Wii Config As the latest from homebrew developer Waninkoko, Wii Config version 1
libwiisprite 0.2.0 Those of you who've been trying out Chaosteil's and Feesh!'s Wii homebrew sprite library might find it useful to know that the latest release of libwiisprite packs in a lot of substantial features
Q2Rev Release 1 A port of the original id Tech 2 engine (Quake II) to the Nintendo Wii, compiled using devkitPPC / libogc
GRRLib 3.0.1 With the rise of the Wii homebrew scene becoming even more pronounced lately, it's no surprise that there's been a generous amount of dev tools circulating around the community
libwiisprite Wiibrewers Chaosteil, Feesh and Arikado has released a new version of libwiisprite, a handy sprite library for the Nintendo Wii that uses GX as its underlying rendering engine