I'm just curious... if you want to use direct3d, why dont't you just use c# for it? C# looks nearly the same like Java, so it should be easy for any Java programmer to write c# code. And using directx you can only run on windows anyway.
CJ - you might have to be quite cunning to get both GL and D3D working with the native Display classes. Stick with it, the results will be cool and of major newsworthiness.
Micros~1 released a "lite" version of Visual Studio, Express Edition, for C++/.NET/etc.
Quote from: gaarazero on July 26, 2007, 05:20:49Micros~1 released a "lite" version of Visual Studio, Express Edition, for C++/.NET/etc.True, but it has the restriction that you cannot redistribute what you make in any form.