DirectX SDK June 2007 released

Tuesday 12th June 2007, 02:03:00 PM, written by Rys

We're a bit slow to let folks know about this, but the June 2007 revision of the DirectX SDK and related bits and pieces has been released by the good folks at Microsoft.

You can grab the SDK, which has support for large address spaces in D3DX9 on supporting systems (with some handle gotchas to be aware of if you're going to make use of the awareness), adds D3D9Ex into the SDK (it was formerly part of the Platform SDK) and DirectDraw on Vista gets support for shared surfaces (hooray!).

There's also the end-user redist, and the symbols package as well. Thanks to Demirug for the pointer, and there's a thread in the forums if you want to discuss.


directx ± june, 2007, sdk, demirug

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