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Crystal Space

Crystal Space is a free and portable 3D engine written in C++. It supports a large number of 3D features.

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  •  05 Oct 2007 07:00

    Release Notes: A "lighter2" tool was added for lightmapping. A decal manager was added. The terrain plugin was improved. A tool to generate terrain basemaps was added. The threading API was improved. Lots of improvements were made to the Python bindings. Lots of internal changes were made. Various documentation updates, bugfixes, and optimizations were made.

    •  20 Feb 2007 09:37

      Release Notes: Various smaller fixes.

      •  16 Jan 2007 16:18

        Release Notes: Compared to the lastest rc2 release, nothing much has changed.

        •  05 Jan 2007 15:55

          Release Notes: This release fixes engine crashes related to portals, problems in genmeshify (to handle libraries better), and an issue with OpenGL rendering to textures. Software animation skinning for gmeshanim now works better.

          •  29 Nov 2006 15:35

            Release Notes: Various smaller bugs were fixed (compared to 1.0pre2). A few corruption issues on Intel Graphics and nVidia cards were fixed. Memory corruption in the shader system was fixed. A collision detection bug with terrain was fixed.

            Recent comments

            26 Sep 2005 04:37 jorrit

            Re: Donations: Only $400 missing for Linux Computer!
            Bah, https links don't work. Here is the url:

            https://sourceforge.net/donate/index.php?group_id=649

            Greetings,

            > For some time now we are running a

            > donation campaign to try to raise a bit

            > of money for a new computer that would

            > help us develop Crystal Space on Linux

            > and also improve Crystal Space

            > development in general (i.e. it would

            > give us easy access to valgrind again

            > which is an extremely useful tool to

            > debug problems in any kind of program).

            > At this moment we're only $400 (USD)

            > short of the required money for the

            > computer we have in mind. If you want to

            > help us with this goal then you can

            > visit the Project Donations Page for

            > more details about possible ways to

            > donate to us or you can go directly to

            > the Crystal Space Donation Page

            > (requires PayPal or payment through

            > credit card).

            >

            > A lot of thanks in advance for your

            > support!

            26 Sep 2005 04:35 jorrit

            Donations: Only $400 missing for Linux Computer!
            For some time now we are running a donation campaign to try to raise a bit of money for a new computer that would help us develop Crystal Space on Linux and also improve Crystal Space development in general (i.e. it would give us easy access to valgrind again which is an extremely useful tool to debug problems in any kind of program). At this moment we're only $400 (USD) short of the required money for the computer we have in mind. If you want to help us with this goal then you can visit the Project Donations Page (http://www.crystalspace3d.org/tikiwiki/tiki-index.php?page=Project+Donations) for more details about possible ways to donate to us or you can go directly to the Crystal Space Donation Page (requires PayPal or payment through credit card).


            A lot of thanks in advance for your support!

            08 Jun 2005 23:54 jorrit

            Re: Crystal Space Accepts Donations


            > Crystal Space is an Open Source and

            > portable 3D Engine Framework. It is

            > fully featured and has lots of advanced

            > features (shaders, stencil shadows, ...)

            >

            > You can learn more about Crystal Space

            > at www.crystalspace3d.org

            >

            > Crystal Space is accepting donations at

            > the Donation Area.

            > This money will be used to get a new

            > linux computer which is needed to better

            > support Crystal Space on linux. At this

            > moment Windows, Linux, and MacOS/X are

            > supported by Crystal Space but most of

            > the active developers are on Windows

            > which means that that platform gets most

            > attention. I have a linux computer but

            > it is underpowered which makes it bad

            > for testing the latest CS features on

            > linux too.

            >

            > If you feel that this is a good use for

            > your money then head over to the

            > donation area here.

            >

            > Greetings and thanks for your support!

            Seems html links don't work. Here is the link to the donation area: https://sourceforge.net/donate/index.php?group_id=649

            08 Jun 2005 23:52 jorrit

            Crystal Space Accepts Donations
            Crystal Space is an Open Source and portable 3D Engine Framework. It is fully featured and has lots of advanced features (shaders, stencil shadows, ...)
            You can learn more about Crystal Space at www.crystalspace3d.org (http://www.crystalspace3d.org)


            Crystal Space is accepting donations at the Donation Area.
            This money will be used to get a new linux computer which is needed to better support Crystal Space on linux. At this moment Windows, Linux, and MacOS/X are supported by Crystal Space but most of the active developers are on Windows which means that that platform gets most attention. I have a linux computer but it is underpowered which makes it bad for testing the latest CS features on linux too.


            If you feel that this is a good use for your money then head over to the donation area here.


            Greetings and thanks for your support!

            26 Oct 2001 14:56 jorrit

            New linux binaries for Crystal Space 0.90
            I just released new linux binaries for CS 0.90. The previous binaries were compiled for pentium pro processors and didn't work on Pentium's or AMD processors.

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