[Bf-committers] Unlimited clay patch review

Ρυακιωτάκης Αντώνης kalast at gmail.com
Tue May 24 00:55:10 CEST 2011

On 23 May 2011 22:22, <raulf at info.upr.edu.cu> wrote:

> Hi there :)
> Yes, the patch is more like spagetty code and for internal development, I
> use all of those hacks in order to get a working system first, and only
> then start reworking/redisigning into a readable form. UnlimitedClay is
> about mixing two very separated functionality in Blender source code:
> sculpting and mesh editing, and as a result I have to move around parts of
> the code to make them visible to other parts, that's why I have broken the
> encapsulation principle but I always think of that as a temporal solution,
> not something worth to be taken into account.
> I know everyone is busy, so do I releasing the first public beta or
> LiveClay for 3DCoat, UnlimitedClay now has two betas ... well, they're
> more like alphas ;)
>  I don't expect too much aid in porting it to new sources rigth now, so I
> think I will have to make the migration from EditMesh to BMesh on my own,
> also I don't like the modifier approach but only time will tell whether
> is better or not to have it as an integral feature of the sculpting
> module or as a modifier.
> due to the low feedback I'm getting from unlimitedClay for Blender .. are
> people still interested on it? I'm still here :(


You're kidding right?

This is one of the most woo-hoo hurray super-dooper
califragilisticexpialidocious feature coming soon to a blender build near
you. Please don't give up on it :) !

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