A vector graphics renderer like NanoVG in OCaml
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README.md

Wall is a vector graphics renderer using OpenGL written in OCaml.

Code is licensed under BSD3.

Installation

The project is distributed through opam:

$ opam install wall

Credits

The main inspiration for this project is NanoVG.

Shader and renderer design are taken from it.