The “OpenGL hardware capability viewer” (short “glCapsViewer) a multi-platform client-side application that reads out all important hardware capabilities of the current OpenGL-implementation present on your system, that can then be uploaded to a public database, serving as a tool for OpenGL developers.
The early versions of this tool were developed using Delphi / Free Pascal, but the project has since then been redone in C++ is available for multiple platforms. Database
Along with the client-side application, there is also an online database containing all OpenGL hardware reports uploaded by users of this application.
The database itself allows for advanced searches (extensions, compressed texture formats, capabilities), and can compare different device reports, so you can e.g. check what has changed between two driver versions or how two graphics cards differ in terms of their OpenGL implementation.
You can access the database via opengl.gpuinfo.org.
Linux: The binary has been built on a recent Ubuntu version (16.04) and may not work on older distributions. If the binary won't work due to the dependencies (glew, qt, etc.) please build from the sources.
The OpenGL Hardware Capability Viewer was added to AlternativeTo by jakeBeefiller on Feb 11, 2018 and this page was last updated Feb 13, 2018. The OpenGL Hardware Capability Viewer is sometimes referred to as OpenGL Hardware Capability Viewer, glCapsViewer.
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