Commit bcdc17c3 authored by Anakin's avatar Anakin

shorten code,

tested multipoly, there are some problems, look at the README.md,
parent b3a8b4bb
......@@ -388,33 +388,10 @@ void OpenGLController::loadMsh(const char * path)
{
for (auto& mshIt : segIt->meshIndices) // for every polygon
{
if (mshIt->size() == 3) // already triangulated
{
for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++) // for every edge of the polygon
{
Vertex tempVertex;
// every edge has 3 coordinates
for (int j = 0; j < 3; j++)
tempVertex.position[j] = (GLfloat)segIt->vertex[(*mshIt)[i] * 3 + j];
// and 2 UV
if (segIt->uv == NULL)
{
tempVertex.uv[0] = 1.0;
tempVertex.uv[1] = 1.0;
}
else
{
for (int j = 0; j < 2; j++)
tempVertex.uv[j] = (GLfloat)segIt->uv[(*mshIt)[i] * 2 + j];
}
tempBufferData.push_back(tempVertex);
}
}
else if (mshIt->size() > 3) // needs to be triangulated
if (mshIt->size() >= 3) // multipoly
{
// for every triangle of the multi polygon
for (int tri = 0; tri < mshIt->size() - 2; tri++)
for (unsigned int tri = 0; tri < mshIt->size() - 2; tri++)
{
// for every edge of the triangle
for (int triEdge = 0; triEdge < 3; triEdge++)
......@@ -438,11 +415,8 @@ void OpenGLController::loadMsh(const char * path)
tempBufferData.push_back(tempVertex);
}
}
//TODO: test triangulation
//MessageBox(NULL, "Ooops!", "MeshViewer 2.0 Error", MB_OK | MB_ICONERROR);
}
else // this shouldn't happen (polygon with less then 3 vertex)
else // this shouldn't happen (polygon with less then 3 vertex)
{
deleteVectors();
MessageBox(NULL, "You have polygons with less then 3 vertices!", "MeshViewer 2.0 Error", MB_OK | MB_ICONERROR);
......
......@@ -13,8 +13,9 @@ Feel free to use my code the way you like. But remember i used some public libra
licence, too.
### To Do
- cluster seam to use wrong textures
- multipoly testing
- cluster use wrong textures
- use normals or fix ccw and cw
- multipoly triangulation not 100% good
- cloth testing
- optional display bones, shadow, collision,...
- integrate into a software:
......
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