Waffle is a cross-platform C library that allows one to defer selection of an OpenGL API and window system until runtime. For example, on Linux, Waffle enables an application to select X11/EGL with an OpenGL 3.3 core profile, Wayland with OpenGL ES2, and other window system / API combinations.
Waffle's immediate goal is to enable Piglit, Mesa's OpenGL test suite, to test multiple OpenGL flavors in a cross-platform way. However, Waffle's design does not preclude it from being useful to other projects.
At the 2012 X Developer's Conference in Nürnberg, Chad Versace gave a 30 minute presentation on Waffle, which includes a demo of Doom3. Demo begins at 9:15. Q&A session begins at 15:30.
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