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Installing OSG on Windows with MinGW and Eclipse (including COLLADA)
This tutorial describes how to set up OpenSceneGraph (optionally including the COLLADA plugin) with the Eclipse IDE and the MinGW compiler on Windows XP. The goal is to be able to develop projects using OpenSceneGraph rather than modifying the OpenSceneGraph source code. As always, unfortunately, free software and source code - at least on Windows - is a mess and some things just take forever to figure out. Hence this tutorial. The following is a list of packages used in this tutorial. Keep in mind that if you're using different versions or setups than these, the steps described here may change. Go ahead and install these packages (or unzip if required). You may use different installation directories. In the tutorial, simply replace the suggested directories with the ones you used.
(This will be completed once I figure out how to add larger text to a new page.)