[Soc-2008-dev] Week 8 report
nicholasbishop at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 01:05:08 CEST 2008
a) Previous week:
Improved the displacement subdivision code to work with any number of
levels separating the start and end levels.
b) Next week:
Now that that works, the next step is to integrate it with the
interior level updates. Basically, what needs to happen is that
instead of it subdividing vertex coordinates, it will subdivide the
object-space displacement between where the vertices started at and
where they ended up. After subdivision, the newly subdivided
displacements will be added to the old displacements, and that will
mean sculpting on any level will work with any other.
Once that's done, I'm going to start work on loading old multires
files into the new format.
On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 6:42 PM, Ian Thompson <quornian at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Week 8 Report
> This Week
> Catching up on commits, emails and the project in general. Documentation UI is
> ready for first commit, just testing the last few bits, along with a script for
> making it useful. The backend for parsing and caching is working well and the
> suggestions system itself is proving useful for developing it further. This week
> has seen the system become a useful and usable tool.
> The parser now provides a lot of useful information that other text plugin
> scripts can use. It will be interesting to see what others come up with once
> this project is finsihed.
> Next Week
> Document the current design and post to the mailing lists for review. Tidy up
> and finish off the suggestions/docs backend so that focus can shift more towards
> integration. Update the wiki to show progress, targets and feature
> Some of the key combinations don't seem to work so I'll need to look into this.
> No big problems.
> Getting back on top of it now and optomistic for the future.
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