On 12/4/19 12:10 PM, jr wrote:
>> I've never published a merged branch of all the branches I run as 'povr'
>> - partly because what I run contains more branches / differences to
>> master than those I've published to github. Also 'povr' is meant to be a
>> temporal thing based on the current master branch into which continually
>> re-based to master branches are merged.
>> That said, my published solver branch addresses many artifacts media and
>> otherwise - and extends the range over which containers work for media.
>> This work though is limited to shapes using the common solvers.
> sounds like a good starting point. artefacts seem to appear when I use
> interpolation, so interested in the difference that code will make. what is the
> build/install procedure? (sorry to use up yr time, mostly familiar with the
> usual '.tar's, not "pulling" (+ merging?))
Interpolation with respect to media... Not completely sure what you
mean, but, there are directions on my wiki page at:
Though the branches available are out of date on it(1). You can get a
current list of published branches on github. A graph/network view be
seen by going to:
and you can also see a list using the branch switching list-pick button
on the page:
You have to be in a position to build your own *nix versions of POV-Ray
If you're not, well, what I have out there today isn't going to be
useful to you.
You need to have git installed and to have a local clone of povray to
follow the pick and chose branches to merge into your personal version
of POV-Ray method on the wiki. If you are compiling via download and
just want to try a single branch, you can switch to it, download the
branch to your machine & compile normally.
(1) - The inability to add new links to discussion and documentation
made the wiki much less useful - and I've more or less just been letting
my pages sit as is for long time.
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