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Offline kasatka

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« Posted 2008-05-09 18:01:01 »

is there a world editor , or maybe somethin like that ?
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-05-09 20:01:19 »

you might want to change your topic into "world editor" instead of "word editor" Grin



oh, and to answer your question: no. JOGL is a wrapper around OpenGL with a few utility classes. A gateway to your graphics-card, not to a 'world'.

You might want to look into a Scenegraph like JMonkeyEngine.

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2008-05-10 09:01:19 »

hehe, yeah, i miss one alphabet  Shocked

i see... jogl is the wraper, and then , how do i create , say a level/scene and combine it to the jogl ?
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« Reply #3 - Posted 2008-05-10 09:59:57 »

If I'd slightly change the question into:
Is there a house builder for this hammer?

You could see how unrelated these two are, yet you will need that hammer to build that house at some point. First you'd need to know how to design a blueprint for your house (which is hard enough), then getting the raw materials, putting it all together and finishing it off by connecting to electricity, gas and water, and do the decoration.

Every step, except the designing, requires a hammer, yet its role is quite minimal. All the hard work is in the manual labour, combining your skills, knowledge, discipline.

So... to get back to your original question: JOGL is a tiny tool in the process, everything else is what you'll have to do yourself. If you have a lot of experience, designing a 3D level-editor might take well over a year. If you lack the experience, you can just as well pick another project right away.

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