[Pharo-project] [squeak-dev] Cog+NativeBoost Linux32 binaries available
fernando.olivero at usi.ch
Wed Oct 6 09:54:41 EDT 2010
On Oct 6, 2010, at 3:36 PM, Igor Stasenko wrote:
> On 6 October 2010 16:31, Igor Stasenko <siguctua at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 6 October 2010 16:08, Fernando olivero <fernando.olivero at usi.ch> wrote:
>>> Ok, thanks for the info.
>>> i'm more than interested in the doing the MacOsX port of NBOpenGL. When i have the time ( not in the near future) i will produce a native boost mac vm deployable , plus the NBOpenGL-MacOsX.
>>> Regarding the window downloable, i followed the instructions in the page, the load order of packages but a certain class seems to be missing when i want to try the example ( the true type font example rendering ) in the NBOpenGL-Morphic package.
>> Ohh.. i found that last one is saved as
>> instead of
>> don't ask me how.. looks like some MC bug.
>> it is listed as a separate item in repository packages list .. crap
>> Also, the missing class is NBGLCurveRenderer, which i moved to
>> NBOpenGL-Rome package.
>> I did a snapshot of it. But it depends on RomeCanvas class(es) , which
>> is part of Athens..
>> But just ignore that for now and load it. For demo, you need only
>> NBGLCurveRenderer which not rely on any Rome-specific stuff.
Just for curiosity, why this dependance on Rome? To end up providing a Canvas were all the rendering is performed by OpenGL and you text rendering class ?
>> It should be less messy.. But this is still under construction, so ,
>> sorry for inconvenience :)
No problem! It's a big project, and you are making an excellent job!
> So, the load order is
> then you can run the:
> GLTTRenderingDemo new openInWorld
> (works for me) :)
Ok! Great! I wil try it.
Maybe we could add some OpenGL rendering examples, some of them can be taken from AlienOpenGL examples, or other source.
I found it useful for documenting the usage to have a class called AlienOpenGLExamples, with examples as instance methods ( and also to validate that the rendering is ok).
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