On Sun, 23 Jan 2000, Marco Confalonieri wrote:
> I read the Jon's letter about LibGGI3D, downloaded the 2000-01-21
> snapshot and tried to compile the LibGGI3d stuff.
> I ran autogen.sh and tried to 'make' the thing, but gcc complains about
> a missing file called matrix.h .
This is from Meschach, the linear algebra library I use for 3D
transforms and such. The configure.in does not properly autodetect a
Meschach install, nor a glib install which is also required.
> Could I rewrite it? (Well... I am not a
> marvelous developer, but if this file is only for basic matrix
> transformation I think I can write it).
Sure, but Meschach is already available and it is quite good.
Unfortunately the only distribution which packages it is Debian |-/.
> Finally, I wish to use the full power of my old Mystique card under
> Linux, but the GLX is very slow, so I would like to write a LibGGI3D
> module for HW acceleration. I got the specs from Matrox, but I have two
> 1) I'm trying to understand what this PDF is talking about!!! What
> damned sort of cryptographic tech speech is that?! :-(
If you are referring to the old LibGGI3D RFC, I agree that it was
not well explained. I am rewriting it now to be more understandable.
> 2) Is there a sort of skeleton module which I can use as a basis?
Not yet. The best existing examples are the 'zbuffer' and 'debug'
modules. I'll try to get a real skel.c written soon.
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