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+ - Developing games on and for Linux/SteamOS-> 1

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An anonymous reader writes "With the release of SteamOS developing video game engines for Linux is a subject with increasing interest. Developing games on and for Linux/SteamOS is a lightweight reading and an initiation guide on the tools, pros and cons of Linux as a platform for developing game engines. This article evolves around OpenGL and drivers, CPU and GPU profiling, compilers, build systems, IDEs, debuggers, platform abstraction layers and other."
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Developing games on and for Linux/SteamOS

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  • The article appears to be an overview of tools for developing games on desktop Linux. Game developers new to GNU/Linux might find it useful, but there really isn't anything specific to SteamOS in the article.

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