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Offline croft

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« Posted 2006-09-24 11:22:17 »

The xith-tk build is failing due to a syntax error in KmzLoader.  KmzLoader and DaeLoader were moved to project Whoola on SourceForge a couple of months ago.  Any objections to my deleting the old KmzLoader and DaeLoader?

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Offline Marvin Fröhlich

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-09-24 11:33:26 »

The xith-tk build is failing due to a syntax error in KmzLoader.  KmzLoader and DaeLoader were moved to project Whoola on SourceForge a couple of months ago.  Any objections to my deleting the old KmzLoader and DaeLoader?

Isn't the DaeLoader the one, that loades collada stuff? Please correct me, since this is certainly wrong Wink. And I don't know, what Model type KmzLoader is for. Well, I have no real objections. But please explain me, how the loaders in your packages work.

Marvin
Offline Amos Wenger

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2006-09-25 18:25:49 »

The xith-tk build is failing due to a syntax error in KmzLoader.  KmzLoader and DaeLoader were moved to project Whoola on SourceForge a couple of months ago.  Any objections to my deleting the old KmzLoader and DaeLoader?

Isn't the DaeLoader the one, that loades collada stuff? Please correct me, since this is certainly wrong Wink. And I don't know, what Model type KmzLoader is for. Well, I have no real objections. But please explain me, how the loaders in your packages work.

Marvin
DaeLoader loads Collada files, Kmz loads Google Sketch files (croft, correct me if I'm wrong).
Croft moved these packages to Whoola cause he wanted stronger ownership than the toolkit permitted.
It's fine for me to remove them from the toolkit.
Although we should link the whoola project from Xith3D website.

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