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Support / Re: HelloWorld Error
« on: August 16, 2007, 10:01:02 pm »
Nothing is never as simple as it seems :-\
I've had a quick google but i cant find anything on Native Library and 3.1.1
I have had the lwjgl stuff working before on an earlier version than 3.2.2 but i cant remember the version or how i did it which was why i thought id document it this time.

Support / Re: HelloWorld Error
« on: August 16, 2007, 09:39:37 pm »
"Then right click on your source folder and select properties, then in the Native Library option add a path to the lwjgl folder."

Native Library option doesnt exist or at least I cant find it by double clicking the source folder!

im using eclipse 3.2.2
I created the source folder by right clicking on the project the selecting New->Source Folder

If its a source folder, then when you right click and select properties there are 4 options to choose from on the left hand side. The bottom option is Native Library.

If you have just created a normal folder then the Native Library option is not available and i am only shown one option which is Info.
Could this be your problem?

Support / Re: HelloWorld Error
« on: August 16, 2007, 09:23:17 pm »
I use eclipse and have just had the same problem.
Just solved the problem so i thought i'd document the solution here for others.

Right click on the project and select the 'Build Path' option and then configure build path.
In the 'Java Build Path' section select the 'Add External JAR' option and locate the lwjgl.jar and add this.
Then right click on your source folder and select properties, then in the Native Library option add a path to the lwjgl folder.

News / Re: Currently working on...
« on: July 06, 2007, 02:06:47 pm »
Oh, i remember your least i think so. Well...fogging...the "problem" (some call it feature) exists in software mode only IIRC. In hardware, you can use basic per-pixel-fog to whatever color you like. It has some problems with multipass rendering though but that's something that i can't fix, because it's caused by the way OpenGL works.

Excellent. Cant wait to get started :)

Feedback / Re: Members' backgrounds...
« on: July 05, 2007, 10:54:01 pm »
hi all,
Living in the North East of the UK, i am currently getting to grips with c# as my day job and also trying to finish off my 4th (and probably last) mobile phone game for my part time biz Plastic Cow Games.

I've been programming as a hobby for over 20 years now from the early spectrum days, onto the Amiga(which i miss loads), the PC and mobile phones.
Having seen what jpct is capable of doing i'm looking forward to starting (although probably not finishing) a few projects :)

News / Re: Currently working on...
« on: July 05, 2007, 10:36:47 pm »
that looks fantastic. It adds atmosphere to the scene.

I had a play with jpct a while back and was really impressed - hoping to start a project next month.
One thing i did notice was the problem with Fog. It only worked correctly if fogging to black, but like i say this was a while back.
Has the fogging issue also been resolved?

Sorry for highjacking, but the thought of using fogging and shadows to make an environment atmospheric is very appealing :)

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