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How to find out what this car is
A vehicle that I once saw had the front quarter panel and window completely painted but the rest of the car black. The door handles were red as well.
This could be a Ford F-150 with a Color Refractron paint job. Here is the source. I'm not familiar with these cars, but looking at your picture it is quite possible that you saw this in person.
According to the OP, the F150 is a Ford F-150. The colour you describe is known as "burnt sienna" and is a colour used on F-150 models since 2011. If the car you saw was an F-150, it would have been an early model, made in 2011 or 2012. Early F-150s are often painted with a light red or a red-based colour.
OpenGL - shader source code
Is there any way to get the shader code for a given shader? I have an application that renders an image with OpenGL and I want to figure out why certain shaders are needed. The shaders are defined in a separate XML file so I can't find them.
The code is pretty much done so if I find the shaders I can compare them with the code. But I would rather not write a tool that does the same task.
One good tool for that is GLSL Shader Analyzer (GLSL Shader Analyzer). Just extract the shaders to it's default directory on Windows, then it will generate the assembly code. You may also run it on Linux from here: GLSL Shader Analyzer
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