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/* $XFree86: xc/include/GL/glxmd.h,v 1.2 1999/06/14 07:23:28 dawes Exp $ */
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** Original Code. The Original Code is: OpenGL Sample Implementation,
** Version 1.2.1, released January 26, 2000, developed by Silicon Graphics,
** Inc. The Original Code is Copyright (c) 1991-2000 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
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** established by SGI in conjunction with the Original Code are The
** OpenGL(R) Graphics System: A Specification (Version 1.2.1), released
** April 1, 1999; The OpenGL(R) Graphics System Utility Library (Version
** 1.3), released November 4, 1998; and OpenGL(R) Graphics with the X
** Window System(R) (Version 1.3), released October 19, 1998. This software
** was created using the OpenGL(R) version 1.2.1 Sample Implementation
** published by SGI, but has not been independently verified as being
** compliant with the OpenGL(R) version 1.2.1 Specification.
** Machine dependent declarations.
** Define floating point wire types. These are in IEEE format on the wire.
typedef float FLOAT32;
typedef double FLOAT64;
** Like B32, but this is used to store floats in a request.
** NOTE: Machines that have a native 32-bit IEEE float can define this as
** nothing. Machines that don't might mimic the float with an integer,
** and then define this to :32.
#endif /* _GLX_glxmd_h_ */