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Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
it broke between 8039 and 8040, which just had merging three pull requests between them, and only this one did something with viewfrustums highfidelity/hifi@3d4490f
does anyone use ccache? I tried using -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER_LAUNCHER=ccache but the build always takes ~10 minutes
Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
yes, that commit was it
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
I know Andrew uses ccache on Linux, and I've used ccache on mac in the past (Not using it right now).
It works pretty well.
The first build takes slightly longer, but subsequent builds are significantly sped up.
Hmmm, @ChristophHaag have you tried running master with only that commit reverted. To confirm that's the issue?
Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
yea and sam said it'll be no problem in the next release
with that commit reverted I do get a segfault when stepping on the platform in front of the mirror in the start domain tho
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Sweet, glad it's getting fixed.
Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
yep it's fixed on stable with rc67
and i think https://github.com/highfidelity/hifi/commit/d478204722ef14eb70215bcb324d79a0d6a2e1e0#diff-ae6de0de79f3c3c309fdf263c7fe2792 is responsible for the advanced vr controls menu setting appearing now. It still doesn't seem to work on linux, but it's some progress
Enrico Speranza
@Vytek
Hello everyone!
Is it possible to upload GLTF 2.0 mesh in HighFidelity? Is there a task about this 3D mesh format?
mold
@technotherion
Hi Enrico, gl
Gltf is partially su
So
This site doesn't work
Enrico Speranza
@Vytek
@technotherion Thank you for your reply. Will it be continued?
jetbond
@jetbond
https://forums.highfidelity.com/t/script-log-hmd-friendly-not-hmd-friendly/14206 If anyone knows anything about this, I'd appreciate any help.
Seth Alves
@sethalves
@jetbond what happens if you put on the HMD and then open the script log?
I agree that it seems messed up in both stable and master
jetbond
@jetbond
Okay I did try this. It worked. The script log appeared behind me, but it did appear. I test, just to make sure it wasn't just appearing behind me when I enter VR, and I've decided it does not stay when entering VR.
Opening in VR is definitely a fix, but I think this is a bug.
Mohammed Nafees
@mnafees
Any plans of supporting Oculus Go?
Christian J. Angel R
@eco_onis_twitter
I share my article that has just been published in the scientific Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice with the title: Categorizing the Educational Affordances of 3-Dimensional Immersive Digital Environments .. with my dear teachers: Juan C Valdés Godínes, Paul Rudman. https://www.informingscience.org/Publications/4056 ... This paper provides a general-purpose categorization scheme for assessing the utility of new and emerging three-dimensional immersive digital environments (3D-IDEs), along with specific pedagogic approaches that are known to work. It argues for the use of 3D-IDEs on the basis of their ludic appeal and ability to provide intrinsic motivation to the learner, and their openness that allows the learner to gain a more holistic understanding of a topic.
Stephen Birarda
@birarda
Wanted to post an update on some upcoming changes to the repository - I'll copy what I wrote on the forum

I'd like to announce some changes that will coincide with the next stable release.

Version

We are changing to a semantic version system and will no longer use the 4 digit build numbers for stable releases.

The next release will be 0.69.0. The next release after that will be 0.70.0. Should 0.69.0 require a hotfix, it will be 0.69.1.

You will see these new version numbers across Interface & Sandbox wherever they are currently displayed (protocol mismatch, about menu, application title bar, update window, etc.)

Nightly builds will still use the 4 digit build numbers, but additionally have the abbreviated git SHA for the commit that they are built from.

For Developers: Git Branch

When 0.69.0 is released, the highfidelity/hifi repository will no longer have a stable branch.

Instead, we will be using release tags to identify the latest stable release.

Currently the repository has release tags for all releases, including master builds. When 0.69.0 is released the old master release tags will be removed and only one tag for the 0.69.0 stable release will be present.

When 0.69.0 is released, to retrieve the latest stable code in the repository you will need to checkout the latest release instead of checking out the stable branch. You may need to update any scripts that currently rely on checking out the stable branch to access the latest release.

It is unfortunate that the new method to identify the latest stable release in git is slightly more complicated. This change is required because keeping the stable branch with our updated release flow would require constant re-writing of the history of that branch.

Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
hmm the login form in interface says to log in with email or username but only username works
Seth Alves
@sethalves
thanks, I've opened a ticket
Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
what do the branch names mean? I'm guessing RC68.1 is the current stable version and 0.69.0-rc and 0.69.0-rc-base are release candidates that can not connect to current stable domains?
the naming scheme could use a post in the announcements section of the forums
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
@ChristophHaag 0.69.0-rc is the actual code for the RC, 0.69.0-rc-base is just a branch we use to have a meaningful PR where we ca see all the changes from that RC and post builds to QA test. The -base branch are basically made where the last RC branched off master.
When 0.69.0 rolls out we'll be deleting all the current releases (tags) on Github. From now on, only RCs will get a tag.
After the RC is approved, the PR we used for testing will be closed and the -rc and -rc-base branches will be deleted.
Only the tag will remain.
(RC68.1 still uses the old process)
Wil Bown
@wilbown
I just want to say heloooo, is anyone here??
Seth Alves
@sethalves
sometimes!
Mal Burns
@malburns_twitter
Now and again lol!
Cas
@casuallynoted_twitter
Woah hello!!
Hifi Gitter :dancer:
Christoph Haag
@ChristophHaag
not much activity in this channel
but hi :)
Cas
@casuallynoted_twitter
It’s a pleasure to speak with you guys ^_^ Congrats on the Beta 79.1 release!
One question- is this list the complete index of Hi-Fi visemes?
Cas
@casuallynoted_twitter
I’ve also seen this page which lists many more: