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Offline shaddam_IV

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« Posted 2006-02-27 18:03:51 »

Is there a way to determine what version of Java3D I am using at run time?  Some sort of J3D.getVersion() function or something?

Thanks!

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Offline Herkules

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-02-27 19:05:17 »

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   /**
    * Write some info to the logger.
    */

   private final void logInfo()
   {
      Map vuMap = VirtualUniverse.getProperties();
       
      Log.logger.fine("version = " + vuMap.get("j3d.version"));
      Log.logger.fine("vendor = " + vuMap.get("j3d.vendor"));
      Log.logger.fine("specification.version = " + vuMap.get("j3d.specification.version"));
      Log.logger.fine("specification.vendor = " + vuMap.get("j3d.specification.vendor"));
      Log.logger.fine("renderer = " + vuMap.get("j3d.renderer") + "\n");
   }

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Offline shaddam_IV

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Java makes me happy the way C# doesn't!


« Reply #2 - Posted 2006-02-27 19:21:52 »

Great!  Thanks!

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