Here are the GXBase libraries that, unless otherwise specified, you'll need if you want to compile any project source code on the site. GXBase is a wrapper for OpenGL and makes some things quite handy, such as setting up a window and the like. It was developed in the University of Hull and is released under the LGPL license.
I've added the libraries for Visual Studio 2005 and Visual C++ 6.0, as well as a compiled HTML reference/help file. To add the libraries so you can compile any of my wonderful projects, go to (In VS2005) Tools » Options and click the VC++ Directories menu in the Projects and Solutions dropdown.
From the top right pull down, where it says Executable files, select Include files. Click the little folder icon to add a new directory, and direct it to the libs/inc folder in wherever you've upzipped GXBase.
Again, from the top right pull down, select Library files. Again click the little folder icon to add a new directory, and direct it to the libs/lib folder in wherever you've unzipped GXBase to.
With this done, you should be able to compile any of the projects here. Should, I say.
In any case, click here to download the Visual Studio 2005 files (4.91Mb), here to download the Visual C++ 6.0 files (1.86Mb), and here to download the GXBase reference file (584Kb). Each of the library files contains some samples and test projects so you can get the hang of how GXBase works.