GeeXLab for Linux platforms is ready to download.
This version fixes a bug in the ftgl plugin that prevented from rendering TTF/OTF fonts with OpenGL 2.1 drivers like Gallium with some old graphics cards (I tested and debugged with Linux Mint 17.2 + NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS).
I didn’t re-test but this version of GeeXLab should work on any 64-bit ubuntu / debian based distribution as well as on openSUSE.
You can download GeeXLab 0.9.1.0 from THIS LINK.
GeeXLab for OS X and RPi will be updated as soon as possible.
Version 0.9.1.0 - 2015.12.04 ---------------------------- * fixed a bug in the ftgl plugin that appeared OpenGL 2.1 drivers. With theses drivers, the font texture was not uploaded in GPU mem. + added 32-bit version of GeeXLab for Windows that targets also Windows XP platforms. + added command line option /logfile_suffix to specify a suffix for the log file name. Ex: /logfile_suffix=_test01. The suffix allows to manage several instances of GeeXLab, each instance having its own logfile. * fixed a bug in polyline / wideline module. The bug has been introduced with recent changes in the low level 3d lib. * fixed some bugs in the plugin_gxc_ftgl_x64 plugin. These bugs have been introduced with recent changes in the low level 3d lib. * fixed few typos (GLSL Hacker was still present in some live coding boxes). ! updated plugin_gxc_ffmpeg_x32.dll for Windows with FFmpeg 2.8.3. All other versions of the plugin (win64, linux, osx, rpi) still use FFmpeg 2.6.2. ! updated plugin_gxc_leapmotion_x64.dll for Windows with the LeapMotion SDK 2.3.1.
The full changelog is available HERE.