Some notes/funny quotes on the blender source code.

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Some notes/funny quotes on the blender source code.

Post by rene » Fri Oct 25, 2002 4:11 pm

I've made a few notes about the blender source code, along with a few links to other peoples notes.

http://www.py3d.org/py3d_zwiki/BlenderSauce

It's a wiki, so feel free to add some of your own notes.

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Re: Some notes/funny quotes on the blender source code.

Post by Debaser » Fri Oct 25, 2002 5:20 pm

marvelous :lol:

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Post by IngieBee » Fri Oct 25, 2002 9:22 pm

Looks like Ton got his way, LOL... funny!

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Post by calli » Sat Oct 26, 2002 11:01 am

Thanks the open source god that the developers did not write everything in the comments they used to mumble during programming at night ;-)

C.

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Post by phase » Sat Oct 26, 2002 5:04 pm

this is my favourite compile error;

NO NO NO! YOUR STUPID STUPID STUPID!

thx zr!

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Post by Hos » Tue Nov 05, 2002 3:38 am

My favorite blender source quote is from
the 1.8 sources: there is a pointer to a
XClassHint structure in glut-x11/glut_win.c
called 'zeldaiscool'. :D

Chris

P.S. Coincidentally, the absence of such
a structure in the GHOST source is what
causes blender 2.25 not to register it's
WM_CLASS and as a result screws up
full screen on several UNIX window
managers (I'll try to fix it if I ever get
blender compiled).

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Post by theeth » Tue Nov 05, 2002 3:49 am

Hos wrote:My favorite blender source quote is from
the 1.8 sources: there is a pointer to a
XClassHint structure in glut-x11/glut_win.c
called 'zeldaiscool'. :D
rotfl! :lol: :lol:

Martin
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OT: WM_CLASS

Post by sgefant » Tue Nov 05, 2002 3:28 pm

Hos wrote: P.S. Coincidentally, the absence of such
a structure in the GHOST source is what
causes blender 2.25 not to register it's
WM_CLASS and as a result screws up
full screen on several UNIX window
managers (I'll try to fix it if I ever get
blender compiled).
this ugly piece of code should set the WM_CLASS property:
http://nyarlathotep.dragonlight.fi/cgi- ... f_format=u

I didn't bother to make the blender window fullscreen w/o borders by default, as kde seems to have some issues with that. However, you can make the blender window borderless with WindowMaker (and probably other window managers).

sgefant

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Re: OT: WM_CLASS

Post by Hos » Tue Nov 05, 2002 3:55 pm

sgefant wrote: this ugly piece of code should set the WM_CLASS property:
http://nyarlathotep.dragonlight.fi/cgi- ... f_format=u
sgefantiscool! :D

I'll give it a try soon!

Cheers,
Chris

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Post by snowy_duck » Tue Nov 05, 2002 11:05 pm

my favorites are the "ton's way" and "ton don't fix this" and expessialy "this sucks because this is slow and stupid" man when these programmers were bored they were bored.

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