Release Notes: This release includes major changes to Geomview's built-in Lisp interpreter, adding true defuns and lambda-expression and some other in-principle-need-to-be-there Lisp stuff. As of today, this is a naive maintenance release, making sure that the stuff still compiles, particularly on Linux (Gentoo) and Mac OS X.
Release Notes: The manual was translated to Brazilian Portuguese. courtesy of Jorge Barros de Abreu. Image-stream filter bugs were fixed. (transform ...), (transform-incr ...) interests were fixed. The computation of averaged per-vertex polygon normals was improved (taking the relative orientation of the facets into account). Loading of textured meshes was broken by a previous change since 1.9.0, so that was fixed. The GEOMROOT environment variable has been resurrected, as it was needed by some external modules (e.g. StageTools).
Release Notes: Drawing of spheres was fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes a variety of bugfixes. There is one new feature: picking should now work correctly even in the context of n-dimensional (ND) viewing. The modules have been updated to support this.
Release Notes: This version just fixes some bugs in 1.9.0. Specifically, version strings were wrong in some places and textures would not be reloaded after deleting all cameras (OpenGL MG-backend). Images in the HTML version of the manual are now accessible from within the non-installed manual in the build-tree, and the in-build-tree manual now resides in BUILDDIR/doc/htdocs. Previously, the HTML version would only be complete when make install was done.
Release Notes: This is the first major release since 1.8.1. It includes major bugfixes and enhancements to rendering, to the OOGL command language, and to visualization of higher dimensions. It also improves the user interface.
Release Notes: Geomview is being brought up-to-date. It works with recent compilers, including gcc 4.x, is more portable with better autoconf configuration, and is more robust. This is a release candidate for a forthcoming 1.8.2 release. The last remaining problem is that it crashes on Mac OS X (Intel and PowerPC) when run from an external module such as SaVi.
Release Notes: Geomview is now configured with autoconf. Those bugs relating to Linux and Mesa, including some fatal compilation and run-time bugs, have been fixed.