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From: William F Pokorny
Subject: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651
Date: 5 Mar 2024 16:21:18
Message: <65e78cce@news.povray.org>
Please see the attached tarballs, previous announcements in this forum 
and INSTALL.txt for suggestions on compiling and running via wrapper script.

A reminder the yuqk fork is not POV-Ray. As time passes, it's less 
likely existing POV-Ray scenes will work without modification.

Bill P.

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---------------- povray-3.8.0-x.yuqk_16941651.tar.gz  March 05, 2024
yuqk R12 v0.6.6.0

Fixed defaulting bugs with ripples and waves. Bugs were in the 
defaulting of the ip_scale & ip_fade_distance where only one of the two 
'extended options' was specified. Bugs existed since the original 
re-write of the four code implementations in early 2023.

Fixed bugs in options directing / echoing output streams to files.  The 
ini file / command line options fixed were: all_file, debug_file, 
fatal_file, render_file and statistic_file. Bugs, in some form, exist 
back to at least v3.1 (per Thorsten).

Added two additional shell out string substitutions in %d and %e. Where 
%d substitutes the directory in which the scene file exists and %e which 
substitutes the output image file extension.

Fixed bugs related to the shell out string substitutions '%%', '%s', 
'%h' and '%w' - which exist in official versions of POV-Ray too, v3.7 
onward.

Fixed command line flag parsing for flags having only a single character 
following the '+' or '-' and the space ahead of the trailing flag is 
missing.  For example, '-v+w700', was not parsed correctly for either 
flag - or reported as an error.  The bug exist in all code v3.8 onward 
(probably v3.7 too, but not tested).

Limiting povms assert()s in vfe to debug compiles. The performance gain 
running the shipped rtr_kla.pov scene with day-to-day compile was 0.70%.

Restored support for user configurations files (povray.conf, povray.ini) 
in $HOME/.povray/3.8 and similar directories. However, 'make install' 
still, does not create or update files in that directory to avoid 
collisions with official releases. As part of this update, yuqk's 
existing POVCON environment variable when set will ignore any 
$HOME/.povray/3.8/povray.conf file for whatever povray.conf file POVCON 
points too. The POVINI variables continues to work in a, now, similar 
way. See updated INSTALL.txt for more information.

Warning and error messages related to ini file and command-line parsing 
cleaned up a little more.

The default image size was changed to 320 x 240.

Changes to version defaulting so that the fully supported yuqk version 
(3.8) is defaulted during the ini / flag phase prior to the parser 
starting - if a version not otherwise specified by ini version= / flag 
+mv setting. The return to this approach fixes a set of standing issues 
related to not setting the default at the ini / flag stage. Further, the 
#version directive use while parsing a scene becomes necessary only 
where changes in version defaults or parsing behaviour is needed. It's 
still a good idea to indicate a scenes expected major POV-Ray version 
with a #version directive at the beginning of a scene.

Fixed issue with version defaults initialization. In yuqk the issue 
would not have been seen where the version was explicitly set to 3.8.


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From: jr
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651
Date: 7 Mar 2024 07:25:00
Message: <web.65e9b1d067e1e7dfbee99afe6cde94f1@news.povray.org>
hi,

William F Pokorny <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
> Please see the attached tarballs, previous announcements in this forum
> and INSTALL.txt for suggestions on compiling and running via wrapper script.
> ...

thanks, install just finished.  fwiw, 'doc/html/' is empty ?  also, I see you're
"cleaning up" the build process, can send the 'build.log' if interested.


regards, jr.


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From: William F Pokorny
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651
Date: 7 Mar 2024 15:50:34
Message: <65ea289a$1@news.povray.org>
On 3/7/24 07:23, jr wrote:
> thanks, install just finished.  fwiw, 'doc/html/' is empty ?  also, I see you're
> "cleaning up" the build process, can send the 'build.log' if interested.

Cool!

Yes, that empty doc/html directory is hanging around because I have an 
idea I'll eventually put something meaningful in it again (POV-Ray / 
yuqk links). Today, all the yuqk documentation I have together comes in 
that separate tarball.

With this release, most of the work was not feature or bug related. 
Rather, more with the build process and documentation.

If the build.log is from your new machine, I'd be interested in looking 
over a copy of it.

Bill P.


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From: jr
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651
Date: 7 Mar 2024 23:05:00
Message: <web.65ea8d7a67e1e7dfbee99afe6cde94f1@news.povray.org>
hi,

William F Pokorny <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
> ...
> With this release, most of the work was not feature or bug related.
> Rather, more with the build process and documentation.

caught an outdated bit, I think.


> If the build.log is from your new machine, I'd be interested in looking
> over a copy of it.

done.


regards, jr.


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From: kurtz le pirate
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651
Date: 16 Mar 2024 11:15:15
Message: <65f5b783@news.povray.org>
On 05/03/2024 22:20, William F Pokorny wrote:
> Please see the attached tarballs, previous announcements in this forum 
> and INSTALL.txt for suggestions on compiling and running via wrapper script.
> 
> A reminder the yuqk fork is not POV-Ray. As time passes, it's less 
> likely existing POV-Ray scenes will work without modification.

Hi Bill,

Do you think your yuqk is compatible with JellyFish (Ubuntu 22.4.4) ?






-- 
Kurtz le pirate
Compagnie de la Banquise


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From: William F Pokorny
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651
Date: 16 Mar 2024 14:40:58
Message: <65f5e7ba$1@news.povray.org>
On 3/16/24 11:15, kurtz le pirate wrote:
> Do you think your yuqk is compatible with JellyFish (Ubuntu 22.4.4) ?

Hi.

Yes. My primary development machine is running Ubuntu 22.4.4 too.  :-)

Bill P.


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From: kurtz le pirate
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651 (HS ?)
Date: 17 Mar 2024 10:43:31
Message: <65f70193$1@news.povray.org>
On 16/03/2024 19:40, William F Pokorny wrote:
> On 3/16/24 11:15, kurtz le pirate wrote:
>> Do you think your yuqk is compatible with JellyFish (Ubuntu 22.4.4) ?
> 
> Hi.
> 
> Yes. My primary development machine is running Ubuntu 22.4.4 too.  :-)
> 
> Bill P.
> 

Great !!!

I made my ubuntu's vm, add somes essantials package and libray.
Now, I get this error when run "make" :


---
make[2] : on entre dans le répertoire
« /home/doubled/build_yuqk/povray-3.8.0-x.yuqk_16941651/source »
  CXX      backend/bounding/boundingtask.o
In file included from ../source/backend/bounding/boundingtask.h:58,
                 from backend/bounding/boundingtask.cpp:39:
../source/backend/support/task.h:53:10: fatal error: boost/function.hpp:
Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce nom
   53 | #include <boost/function.hpp>
      |          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.
---

"function.hpp" does not exist anywhere.
What do you think?





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Kurtz le pirate
Compagnie de la Banquise


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From: jr
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651 (HS ?)
Date: 17 Mar 2024 11:35:00
Message: <web.65f70cb4cfbb5f8e1686e436cde94f1@news.povray.org>
hi,

kurtz le pirate <kur### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> ...
> I made my ubuntu's vm, add somes essantials package and libray.
> Now, I get this error when run "make" :
> ---


>   CXX      backend/bounding/boundingtask.o
> In file included from ../source/backend/bounding/boundingtask.h:58,
>                  from backend/bounding/boundingtask.cpp:39:
> ../source/backend/support/task.h:53:10: fatal error: boost/function.hpp:
> Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce nom
>    53 | #include <boost/function.hpp>
>       |          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> compilation terminated.
> ---
> "function.hpp" does not exist anywhere.
> What do you think?

I think you're the "victim" of the Debian / Ubuntu "bright minds" -- who split
every software, at least, into three "packages".  "-devel" typically for the
headers, and documentation too needs to be requested, "-doc" I think.  (you'll
need headers for the other to-be-linked-to libraries too)


regards, jr.


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From: William F Pokorny
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651 (HS ?)
Date: 17 Mar 2024 14:10:46
Message: <65f73226$1@news.povray.org>
On 3/17/24 10:43, kurtz le pirate wrote:
> "function.hpp" does not exist anywhere.
> What do you think?

I'll assume your './configure ...' command ran OK since you are running 
make.

Did you install the libboost-dev or libboost-all-dev Ubuntu package?
You want the latter one - though in total it install much more than 
POV-Ray absolutely needs.

Bill P.


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From: kurtz le pirate
Subject: Re: Updated yuqk tarballs for Unix/Linux. 16941651 (HS ?)
Date: 18 Mar 2024 12:26:55
Message: <65f86b4f$1@news.povray.org>
On 17/03/2024 19:10, William F Pokorny wrote:
> On 3/17/24 10:43, kurtz le pirate wrote:
>> "function.hpp" does not exist anywhere.
>> What do you think?
> 
> I'll assume your './configure ...' command ran OK since you are running 
> make.

Yes it is.


> Did you install the libboost-dev or libboost-all-dev Ubuntu package?
> You want the latter one - though in total it install much more than 
> POV-Ray absolutely needs.

libboost-all-dev has fixed the problem.
Now it's the x11 library which causes issues:(

...
...
/usr/bin/ld : disp_x11.cpp:(.text+0x2b8) : référence indéfinie vers
« XDestroyWindow »
/usr/bin/ld : disp_x11.cpp:(.text+0x2c8) : référence indéfinie vers
« XFreeColormap »
/usr/bin/ld : disp_x11.cpp:(.text+0x2d8) : référence indéfinie vers
« XFreeGC »
/usr/bin/ld : disp_x11.cpp:(.text+0x2e4) : référence indéfinie vers
« XCloseDisplay »
/usr/bin/ld : disp_x11.o : dans la fonction
« pov_frontend::UnixX11Display::UpdateScreen(bool) » :
...
...



I'm still researching and learning how Linux works.




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Kurtz le pirate
Compagnie de la Banquise


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