|To:||REALbasic Games <realbasic-games at lists dot realsoftware dot com>|
|Subject:||Re: RB3D is Broken|
|From:||Frank Condello <developer at chaoticbox dot com>|
|Date:||Fri, 2 Feb 2007 16:12:23 -0500|
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On 2-Feb-07, at 3:41 PM, John Balestrieri wrote:
Another problem is that the Vector3D class is now tied to Quesa: Any project that uses Vector3D (and there are a million and one reason why you'd want to use Vector3D for non-Rb3D projects) will crash if Quesa is not installed. All the more irritating because the Vector3D does not share the namespace with any of the Rb3D classes.
It's pretty easy to roll your own vector classes but for what it's worth I've got opensource standalone 3D math classes available on my site: <http://developer.chaoticbox.com/realbasic_classes.php>
In a lot of cases they're faster than the built-in stuff, since Vector3D/Quaternion properties are accessor methods (that call into the RB3D plugin).
Frank. <http://developer.chaoticbox.com/> <http://macgameblog.com/> _______________________________________________ Unsubscribe or switch delivery mode: <http://www.realsoftware.com/support/listmanager/> Search the archives of this list here: <http://support.realsoftware.com/listarchives/lists.html>
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