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does anybody of you watching www.newtek.com/core and what do you expect, and what do we will see in some few minutes?
added on the 2009-02-04 20:52:57 by lilibox lilibox
Chicks?
added on the 2009-02-04 20:54:50 by Joghurt Joghurt
Something.
added on the 2009-02-04 23:06:04 by raer raer
fucking ace! lightwave core with collada fileformat and for the first time a good SDK :) (i hope:))
added on the 2009-02-04 23:19:09 by pantaloon pantaloon
It would be great if LW 10 crashes less often than 9.6 :)
And a good SDK would be great.
added on the 2009-02-04 23:42:06 by datsua datsua
Quote:
LightWave CORE™ is built upon the concept of FULL ACCESS. The LightWave CORE™ SDK that third parties will use is actually the same SDK that we use to build LightWave CORE™ .

LightWave CORE™ is flexible, and extensible. Any component created via the LightWave CORE™ SDK can install and become available to any other portion of the application.

LightWave CORE™ leverages industry standards wherever possible. The SDK and framework are built with C++ and the UI toolkit is built using the industry standard Qt Toolkit from TrollTech/Nokia. We have chosen Python as the LightWave CORE™ language, but other languages can be added via SWIG bindings. The LightWave CORE™ scene file format is based upon COLLADA.

I'm not a 3D modeller or a programmer, but damn.. that sounds pretty sweet :)
added on the 2009-02-05 10:19:37 by gloom gloom
does it work on amiga?
added on the 2009-02-05 10:52:21 by __ __
Quote:
The LightWave CORE™ scene file format is based upon COLLADA


..which pretty much sucks imho. One of the many reasons to choose lightwave for demos was actually the simple but complete LWS/LWO scene file format.
added on the 2009-02-05 10:57:08 by spike spike
HardCORE. worst name ever.
added on the 2009-02-05 11:16:16 by raer raer
"LightWave CORE™ is an object oriented framework, written in C++."
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"Python as the LightWave CORE™ language, but other languages can be added via SWIG bindings."
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Wat? Do they mean scripting language, perhaps?
added on the 2009-02-05 11:18:59 by kusma kusma
kusma: yes, scripting.
added on the 2009-02-05 11:25:19 by spike spike
Quote:
..which pretty much sucks imho. One of the many reasons to choose lightwave for demos was actually the simple but complete LWS/LWO scene file format.

I was some kind of specialist of the lwo2 format back at the time of lightwave 7.5, and I didn't follow the evolutions since then... Really liked how the data per vertex and per vertex/poly were defined.
at the times some stack-modifier-based definitions was lacking if you wanted to define your mesh with recursive subdivisions (as 3dsmax?), I would be interested in such features for short code things.
added on the 2009-02-05 11:40:32 by krabob krabob
Well I guess I just to have a look at that pina collada things
added on the 2009-02-05 11:41:01 by krabob krabob
just uppin this thread, dunno why. sudden interest maybe.
added on the 2009-02-18 09:28:38 by krabob krabob

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