These are chat archives for opentk/opentk

22nd
Apr 2018
chatbridge
@chatbridge
Apr 22 01:21
(Discord) SourceSkyBoxer: So I give small example. I have fixed since Tutorial 02, 03, and to 07 with float[] to Vector3[] and vertices in Vector3[], texcoords in Vector2[] You are right because I have idea better than Java Because they are right cause Java is not same like C# float[] makes hard compilcaments That is why I need to use only Vector3[], and Vector2[]
I enjoy for you own example: It is really nice fixed version with Vector3[] and int[]
https://gist.github.com/sourceskyboxer/5d067ce629688c87358b8e60323709e9
https://i.imgur.com/ogW6FUi.png(edited)
ThomasD13
@ThomasD13
Apr 22 06:51
@sourceskyboxer you fired me! Did you forget?
Ivan P.
@uzername
Apr 22 09:38
How do the changes come to a website? Is the content of https://github.com/opentk/opentk.github.io and content of website opentk.github.io connected?
chatbridge
@chatbridge
Apr 22 11:01
(Discord) SourceSkyBoxer: @ThomasD13#0000 lol just joke! You are welcome to back we miss you
chatbridge
@chatbridge
Apr 22 12:35
(Discord) Jax (Nihlus): @uzername Yes
Ivan P.
@uzername
Apr 22 13:20
I'm just wondering. Some people have edited https://github.com/opentk/opentk.github.io/blob/master/_data/opentk_resources.csv file which seems to be containing the resources data, but the site page https://opentk.github.io/resources/ remains the same. It appears that data is taken from somewhere else.
chatbridge
@chatbridge
Apr 22 13:34
(Discord) Jax (Nihlus): Unsure. It might be because row 21 is malformed - it has 9 columns, but should have 1
(Discord) Jax (Nihlus): 10*
chatbridge
@chatbridge
Apr 22 22:17
(Discord) SourceSkyBoxer: So I have nice improvement of Transformation with float[] to Vector3[] and Vector2[]
(Discord) SourceSkyBoxer: https://youtu.be/Bf3H19ARMzY