[Bf-committers] Crease in multires
nicholasbishop at gmail.com
Sun Jan 21 06:13:40 CET 2007
I'm not sure this should really be considered a show-stopper bug.
Remember that multires (unlike subsurf) can be edited at higher
levels, so it is possible to crease the mesh (just not automatically.)
Moreover, this has rarely come up as a critical problem from users
This is not to say it's not a desirable feature, but it's a little
late in the release cycle to mess around with issues like this. I
would suggest this issue be put on the todo list for the next release.
On 1/21/07, Joe Eagar <joeedh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Meestaplu from irc has bugreported this:
> I think this is definitely a show-stopper bug, and should be fixed.
> Joe Eagar wrote:
> > Hi. Multires doesn't implement crease; this is bad. As I see it,
> > there are too solutions to this problem: make multires use CCG_SubSurf
> > for subdivision, or else implement natively in the code.
> > Frankly, I think multires should use CCG_Subsurf; code duplication of
> > this sort is not good. Nick: if you want to look at creasing
> > algorithms, you can see the one blender uses in the original hypermesh
> > subsurfer, might be easier to understand then ccgsubsurf, at:
> > http://projects.blender.org/viewcvs/viewcvs.cgi/blender/source/blender/blenkernel/intern/Attic/subsurf.c?cvsroot=bf-blender&only_with_tag=blender-2-35a-release
> > and of course you have CCG_SubSurf in your own sourcetree (it's in
> > source/blender/blenkernel/intern).
> > Joe
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