[PD] Disabling a [gemhead] by default (Re: Writing texture to different sides of cube in GEM)
cyrille.henry at la-kitchen.fr
Mon Aug 25 19:32:35 CEST 2008
Jack a écrit :
> We are talking about [gemlist].
> Is there a difference with [any] ?
"gemlist" is a gem object, that work only with gem data
"any" is an (iem) external that work with any data.
you can replace "gemlist" with "any" in your patch, but gemlist should work without any dependency (except Gem of course)
> Le 25 août 08 à 18:51, Frank Barknecht a écrit :
>> Frank Barknecht hat gesagt: // Frank Barknecht wrote:
>>> cyrille henry hat gesagt: // cyrille henry wrote:
>>>> the best would be not to use the double gemhead trick, but the
>>>> "repeat" (or
>>>> until) trick instead : it's faster, and don't have this problem,
>>>> so i think
>>>> it's easier to understand.
>>> Yes: Everyone is on the latest Gem should use gemlist instead of
>>> the old
>>> double gemhead approach.
>> oh, and of course if people have been usign some abstraction like the
>> dgemhead, it's easy to update it to use [gemlist], if that's
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