GeeXLab released for Windows, Linux, OS X and Raspberry Pi

A new version of GeeXLab for all platforms is available.

GeeXLab brings to all versions the features added in v0.9.4.1. This new version brings also the support of NanoVG, an antialiased 2D vector drawing library for UI and visualizations. I will post more details about this support in an upcoming article.

The Python plugin has been updated with all functions recently added in the Lua (built-in) plugin including all Direct3D 12 and NanoVG functions.

Now all versions of GeeXLab can do an online check of newer versions (I disabled this functionality in the Raspberry Pi version because under some circumstances, the whole system can be blocked).

And on Raspberry Pi, the OpenGL version is forced to 2.0 (OpenGL ES 2.0) even if you specify 3.2 in the window XML node.

You can download GeeXLab from THIS PAGE.

The changelog is available here:

Version - 2015.02.04
+ [RPi] OpenGL version is forced to 2.0 (OpenGL ES 2.0) whatever
  the version specified in the window XML node.
+ [OSX / LINUX] added online checking of newer versions of GeeXLab.
+ added new gh_nvg lib to bring support of NanoVG (lua / python).
+ added clear_stencil_buffer() and clear_color_depth_stencil_buffers()
  to gh_renderer lib (lua/python).
! Python plugin updated (all Direct3D 12 related functions,  
  various functions in gh_utils lib and new procedural meshes 
  in gh_mesh lib: klein_bottle, trefoil_knot, etc.).

The full version history is available HERE.