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Section - -19- How hard is it to port from Open Inventor 2.0.1 to Open Inventor 2.1?

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Date: 09 Jan 1996 00:00:01 PST

  Open Inventor 2.1 contains significant performance improvements.
  However, Inventor 2.1 is not binary compatible with previous
  releases, and programs will have to be recompiled.  Some programs may
  have to be re-coded to take full advantage of the performance
  improvements. Programs that extend the toolkit, as described in The
  Inventor Toolmaker, are more likely to need re-coding because parts
  of the extender API have changed. For details, please read Open
  Inventor 2.1 Porting and Performance Tips insight book.

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