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Program Announcements / Newton Game Dynamics WRAPPER v1.32b

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Kjelle69
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Posted: 30th Oct 2005 20:06 Edited at: 30th Oct 2005 20:55
Patched the Wrapper and reworked the demos to work using the DBPro 5.9b3 upgrade.

There is also a nice new demo with a loader simulator.

Download @ http://walaber.com/ndb/NDBv_132b.rar
Features @ http://mtec.hostname.nu/projects.htm

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IanG
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Posted: 30th Oct 2005 20:10
ahh so this is the little patch to stop the problems with the new upgrade - this will make lots of people very happy

thanks matey


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Kjelle69
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Posted: 31st Oct 2005 09:11
Yes , and if you experience any strange things please drop me a note.

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David R
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Posted: 31st Oct 2005 17:59
Is Advanced terrain collision fixed.. or not?

Kjelle69
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Posted: 31st Oct 2005 18:23
I have made some small changes here and there.

The treecollision earlier got a problem above a certain number of polygons, dont remember how many, however, there is an advanced terrain demo which works just fine.

Try it out with your own terrain and see if you get it up and running !

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Etienne
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Posted: 1st Nov 2005 19:17 Edited at: 1st Nov 2005 19:18
clapsies , it's EC3T alias Etienne , woohoo an upgrade this should be stickied the newton wrapper staff rocks and roll

Let's go on with this .
David R
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Posted: 1st Nov 2005 21:08 Edited at: 1st Nov 2005 21:13
Nope - Advanced Terrain is still bugged with tree collision (5.9b3)

This time, it crashes silently with a *massive* memory leak (even on the example




What's going on?

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Kjelle69
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Posted: 1st Nov 2005 23:10

Do you get the error just compiling and running the demo (09). Or do you use you own heightmap and settings for the advanced terrain? If so could you get the settings to me somehow so I can try to reproduce the error?

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David R
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Posted: 2nd Nov 2005 12:04 Edited at: 2nd Nov 2005 12:04
It crashes on demo9; no modifications to the code- exactly the same as as it comes in the download

The program dissapears to the background after the 'tree collision' point. That's when I noticed the memory leak (and it was in fact still running)

I'm going to double check my install of DBP though - I'm not sure if Beta3 overwrote Beta2 properly, or whether it could be a problem there.

Kjelle69
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Posted: 2nd Nov 2005 19:00
Demo09 runs fine for me. Strange. Anyone else ?

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David R
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Posted: 2nd Nov 2005 19:30
Reinstalled 5.9b3, and it still crashes Anyone else tried demo9?

Lost in Thought
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Posted: 2nd Nov 2005 22:13
I'll try it when I get home, but I'll bet youi it crashes. Newton and andvanced terrain has never worked for me.

Kjelle69
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2005 18:51
Well did you win you bet ?

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Lost in Thought
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2005 19:36 Edited at: 3rd Nov 2005 19:48
Sorry I got sorta swamped last night when I got home Should be finished downloading in about 5 mins and I'll let you know

[edit] WOW Demo 9 works here. Also even though newton is confused and messed up by odd terrain scales it no longer crashes with them. The spheres just go through the terrain

Demo 9 should work if you don't change anything though.

I still wish it would work with my terrain scales though (set terrain scale 1, 32, 6.4, 32)

David R
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2005 20:05
Quote: "The spheres just go through the terrain"


That's a semi-no then

Kjelle69
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Posted: 4th Nov 2005 01:14
Well its a yes if you use the terrain scales used in the demo. Cant really understand what the scales has to do with it....

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Lost in Thought
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Posted: 4th Nov 2005 01:27
I have no idea but as soon as I get caught up helping everyone I will try and find out.

Paul Johnston
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Posted: 4th Nov 2005 03:11
Terrain demo works here, except for limb 0 where things go through it.

Position yourself at x=0, z=0 or scale the terrain up loads to see the problem.
David R
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Posted: 4th Nov 2005 16:16
So why would it crash on my computer, and not anybody elses?

Kjelle69
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Posted: 5th Nov 2005 15:19
See if you have any bogus occurences of the ndb.dll, make sure you only have one and that it is in the Dark Basic Professional\Compiler\plugins-user directory.

Latest version of directX is also recommended.

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