Note: OGRE is not one but two “sister” projects. They are related, but they are not the same – Checkout What version to choose?
- OGRE-next (OGRE2) lives in the ogre-next repository.
We recommend you to build Ogre from source to make it match your needs (debug/ release, C++11 options etc.). The “install” target will generate you the SDK that you can then use for your project.
In the case of Ogre-next, the quick start scripts will generate the SDK for you.
If you are new to using OGRE you can find information in a series of tutorials.
for Ogre 1.12
|OGRE1 MSVC SDK master snapshot||MSVC15, x64, Python 3.7, Java JNI, .NET|
|OGRE1 Android SDK master snapshot||Java JNI, arm64-v8a NEON, API level 16|
|OGRE1 Documentation snapshot||hosted on codedocs.xyz|
Current Stable Release (Ogre 1.12)
stable API until April 2021. List of known issues
|OGRE 1.12.5 source||16. February 2020||Changelog, does not include imgui|
|OGRE 1.12.5 Android SDK||16. February 2020||Java JNI, arm64-v8a NEON, API level 16|
|OGRE 1.12.5 MSVC SDK||16. February 2020||MSVC15, x64, Python 3.7, Java JNI, .NET|
|Linux Distribution Packages||–||only Arch & Gentoo Linux recommended|
Previous Release (Ogre 1.11)
|OGRE 1.11.6 source||30. April 2019||Changelog|
|OGRE 1.11.4 Android SDK||29. November 2018||armeabi-v7a, API level 16|
|OGRE 1.11.6 MSVC SDK||30. April 2019||MSVC15, x64, Python 3.7, Java JNI|
Ogre can be fully used in Python, C# and Java (also on Android) using the included Components that build on SWIG.
Here you can download prebuilt samples/demos so you can take OGRE for a spin. You can also find a lot of other applications made with OGRE, many with freely downloadable demos, via the Showcase and the Showcase Forum.