OpenTK.OpenAL 4.7.0

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NuGet\Install-Package OpenTK.OpenAL -Version 4.7.0
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
dotnet add package OpenTK.OpenAL --version 4.7.0
<PackageReference Include="OpenTK.OpenAL" Version="4.7.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add OpenTK.OpenAL --version 4.7.0
#r "nuget: OpenTK.OpenAL, 4.7.0"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install OpenTK.OpenAL as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=OpenTK.OpenAL&version=4.7.0

// Install OpenTK.OpenAL as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=OpenTK.OpenAL&version=4.7.0

OpenAL bindings for dotnet from the Khronos openAL c library.

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OpenTK

The Open Toolkit is set of fast, low-level C# bindings for OpenGL, OpenGL ES, OpenAL and OpenCL. It runs on all major platforms and powers hundreds of apps, games and scientific research. It provides bindings for GLFW windowing, input and a game loop, and is the perfect start for your own game engine. OpenTK comes with simple and easy to follow tutorials for learning *modern* OpenGL. These are written by the community and represent all of the best practices to get you started. Learn how to use OpenTK here: https://opentk.net/learn/index.html Sample projects that accompany the tutorial can be found here: https://github.com/opentk/LearnOpenTK We have a very active discord server, if you need help, want to help, or are just curious, come join us! https://discord.gg/6HqD48s

Garnet.Toolkit

Utility code for games, including graphics, audio, and integration with Garnet.

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Ryujinx/Ryujinx
Experimental Nintendo Switch Emulator written in C#
Version Downloads Last updated
5.0.0-pre.7 3,524 4/19/2022
5.0.0-pre.6 3,801 6/16/2021
5.0.0-pre.5 352 5/29/2021
5.0.0-pre.4 300 5/22/2021
5.0.0-pre.3 4,264 3/10/2021
5.0.0-pre.2 175 3/9/2021
5.0.0-pre.1 481 3/8/2021
4.7.5 1,412 9/8/2022
4.7.4 13,043 6/17/2022
4.7.3 260 6/17/2022
4.7.2 80,990 5/3/2022
4.7.1 12,798 2/17/2022
4.7.0 166 2/16/2022
4.6.7 27,427 9/13/2021
4.6.6 299 9/13/2021
4.6.5 291 9/13/2021
4.6.4 17,949 5/28/2021
4.6.3 10,970 3/27/2021
4.6.2 1,810 3/19/2021
4.6.1 1,227 3/19/2021
4.6.0 1,234 3/18/2021
4.5.0 97,516 2/14/2021
4.4.0 13,698 12/16/2020
4.3.0 14,476 11/21/2020
4.2.0 2,248 11/12/2020
4.1.0 1,928 11/6/2020
4.0.6 3,258 10/18/2020
4.0.5 575 10/18/2020
4.0.4 554 10/17/2020
4.0.3 912 10/14/2020
4.0.2 860 10/11/2020
4.0.1 2,718 10/6/2020
4.0.0 3,989 10/2/2020
4.0.0-pre9.10 294 10/1/2020
4.0.0-pre9.9 213 9/30/2020
4.0.0-pre9.8 225 9/29/2020
4.0.0-pre9.7 665 9/20/2020
4.0.0-pre9.6 397 9/14/2020
4.0.0-pre9.5 232 9/14/2020
4.0.0-pre9.4 611 8/30/2020

BREAKING: Simplifications to the `Monitors` api, hopefully it's easier to work with now. Old functions are marked `[Obsolete]` with directions for equivalent operations with the new API. (@NogginBops)
BREAKING: Changed `Span&lt;T&gt;` to `ReadOnlySpan&lt;T&gt;` in OpenAL bindings where appropriate. (@NogginBops)
API: Add more information to `MonitorInfo` such as human-readable names and supported video modes. (@NogginBops, @utkumaden)
API: Added component-wise division operators for vector types (@NogginBops, @wildniklin)
API: Added missing `One` and `Zero` static readonly fields to `Vector3i` (@NogginBops, @wildniklin)
API: Implemented `AL_SOFT_loop_points` OpenAL extension. (@NogginBops)
Passing `ContextAPI.NoAPI` in `NativeWindowSettings.ContextAPI` will not create an OpenGL context. This allows you to use `NativeWindow` to create a vulkan context, see #1334. (@arakis, @NogginBops)
Added warning to documentation that `ClientSize` will not be guaranteed to have updated values in the `OnMaximized` and `OnMinimized` callbacks. (@NogginBops, @wo80)
Updated to GLFW 3.3.5. (@NogginBops)
FIX: Fix invalid IL generation for some edge case GL ES functions, AOT compiling OpenTK now works correctly!! (@NogginBops, thanks @jkotas for helping me understand the issue)
FIX: Fix `Box3` documentation referencing 2D concepts. (@CaiB)
FIX: Fixed `MathHelper.MapRange` so that it no longer always throws division by zero exceptions. (@jdmisek)
FIX: Fixed `OnUnload` so that it's acutally called in all cases when closing the window. (@NogginBops, @adfcf)
FIX: Wrap all callbacks in exception handlers that will then rethrow these exceptions at the end of `NativeWindow.ProcessEvents()` so that exceptions don't unwind into native calls which is a problem on non-windows platforms. (@NogginBops, @PJB3005)
FIX: Fix `NativeWindow.IsExiting` and `NativeWindow.Exists` so that they actually contain correct values. (@NogginBops)
FIX: Fix `Box2d.Translate` and `Box2i.Translate`, this fix also fixes setting the `Box2d.Center` and `Box2i.Center` properties. (@NogginBops, @yts233)
FIX: Made JoystickCallback still work when multiple windows are used. (@TheBlubb14)
FIX: The MonitorCallback no longer gets garbage collected and crashes the program when called. (@NogginBops, @)
Deprecated the `Closed` event and then `OnClosed` virtual method, they where never called and now we explicitly say so. (@NogginBops)
Deprecated `NativeWindowSettings.IsFullscreen`, use `NativeWindowSettings.WindowState` instead. (@NogginBops)
Deprecated `NativeWindowSettings.IsMultiThreaded`, Render/Update split isn't a great idea then multithreading and users can easily spin up an "update" thread themselves. (@NogginBops)