I have to confess I have been other places than virtual terrain for last
few years. I have seen the requests for testing but not had the
opportunity to get to the candidates.
However, I did want to say:
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and thanks from the community, active and passive, for the project!
On 1/07/2011 4:47 PM, Ben wrote:
> I have uploaded a new VTP release, 110701. I have always used dates to name the releases, but just for fun and conciseness, let's call this release 1.0!
> New "-elev=file" argument to function as a simple BT/ITF viewer.
> Made Layer View dockable (like a regular GIS program).
> Allow abstract features from anywhere, not just the data path.
> Made default 3D cursor thinner and consistently colored
> Enabled rendering statistics ('x'-key).
> New commands to scale and offset vertically (for 3D raw layers).
> Raw point import from CSV supports CR as end of line.
> TIN reader handles more variations of the "GMS" TIN format.
> Fixed display of materials in Linear Structures dialog.
> Made 'Generate Grid from 3D Points' cancellable.
> Support for WMS URLs that already have GetCapabilities in them.
> Support for WMS which need SERVICE=WMS to clarify what to serve.
> You can now make and use image tilesets which uses texture compression (1/6 the size) together with alpha values (for sparse terrain).
> Added a new fence style which uses hog wire, a few new building materials and plants to the standard VTP data.
> For developers:
> This a major release for developers, because of several changes:
> 1. All the scenegraph library interfaces other than OSG were removed. We now integrate much more closely and cleanly with OSG.
> 2. We no longer depend on the commercial app wxDesigner for our GUIs, instead using wxFormBuilder.
> 3. The CMake files are now robust enough that they are the recommended (and easy!) way to build on all platforms.
> 4. There is a new sample application called Simple which shows how to use vtlib directly on osgViewer.
> For a complete list of what's changed, please see the ChangeLog
> P.S. Buon compleanno a Marina.
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