[Bf-committers] Latest Carve update
jsgreenawalt at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 19:09:22 CEST 2009
I forgot that I had an edgesplit modifier on the original mesh(es).
After removing the edgesplit modifier it appears to work correctly.
Some combination of edgesplit modifier and multiple UV layers causing
the problem? The only other thing I can think of is that the mesh was
originally modeled in Blender 2.48a, but it has been re-saved with
trunk several times, and even appended into a new file at one point...
On 7/15/09, Ken Hughes <khughes at pacific.edu> wrote:
> I tested your blend file with the current svn build and our booleans
> seem to handle multiple UV layers the same way. Furthermore, I tried my
> test file here with two objects, each with 2 UV layers, and did a union
> using the Carve build and got acceptable results. Could it be something
> with the way you created your .blend file?
> Ken Hughes wrote:
> > I didn't test with multiple UV layers... I'll try to check it tomorrow.
> > Ken
> > Joseph Greenawalt wrote:
> >> It seems to work fine when I do a union operation on two objects that
> >> each have only one UV layer. Performing a union operation on objects
> >> with two UV layers results in either no UV layers/texcoords on the
> >> newly created object, or a "mix" of the two layers coming through
> >> (both layers are present, but only parts originating from one of the
> >> objects have UV coords/texture assignments for the active layer, and
> >> parts originating from the other object have UV coords/texture
> >> assignments from the other layer).
> >> I also booted into Linux and tried with the 64 bit graphicall build,
> >> with the same results. It looks like the multiple UV layers are
> >> causing some problems. No big deal to me really if multiple UV layers
> >> can't be supported, but it would be nice if the new texture
> >> coordinates and texture face assignments carried over from the
> >> currently active UV Layer (or rendering layer, whatever you think is
> >> best) for each of the objects instead of being pseudo-random ;-)
> >> I've uploaded a test file here that should allow for reproduction of the issue:
> >> http://jsgreenawalt.com/Downloads/Blender/Misc/SewerPipes_carve_union_test.zip
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