On Wednesday 18 November 1998, at 19 h 31, the keyboard of Rob Browning
> One has libgtkGL, the other has libgtkgl. Is that intentional? I
> only ask because it looks a little strange...
They are two independant packages, developed separately. In the past,
gtkglarea's library had a different name. It changed and the Debian maintainer
of gtkglarea and myself agreed that using case-difference was not a bad idea
(it involved *no* change of the upstream sources since the case-difference was
in the original packages).
Developers should note that libgtkGL (Debian: libgtkgl0) seems no longer
maintained and they should probably use gtkglarea for new developments (they
provide the same service: using GTK with OpenGL, like Mesa).