I've commited the relative urls patch along with the new 'Go to long/lat'
dialog and the test modless Celestial Browser dialog.
url.cpp/.h : The interface is backward compatible, but win32 build should be
celestiacore.cpp/.h : Removed unneeded include url.h from celestiacore.h
kde/* : or almost all files there.
From: Chris Laurel <claurel@ww...> - 2003-01-24 19:15:08
On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Christophe Teyssier wrote:
> I've commited the relative urls patch along with the new 'Go to long/lat'
> dialog and the test modless Celestial Browser dialog.
> Modified files:
> url.cpp/.h : The interface is backward compatible, but win32 build should be
> celestiacore.cpp/.h : Removed unneeded include url.h from celestiacore.h
> kde/* : or almost all files there.
I've been working on better support for URLs in Windows, and I've made
significant progress. I fixed drag and drop to work with URLs dragged
from HTML documents in IE (previously it was only working with URLs
dragged from the address window.) I'll check this in tomorrow. More
importantly, I've figured out how to launch Celestia when a cel:// URL is
clicked. The only slightly tricky bit is avoiding launching a new
instance of Celestia for every URL. I should have something ready this
weekend though. I'll also verify that the relative URLs don't cause any
problems on Windows.
I checked in a change to enable cubic interpolation between points in .xyz
files. Cubic interpolation is enabled by default, but this is primarly
for to help expose any bugs that may still lurk in the interpolation code.
I'm going to define some metadata that can be added to .xyz files to
select the interpolation type and the precision at which the points should
be stored. I may also devise a binary format for trajectory data that's
somewhat more flexible, allowing either positions, position velocity
pairs, or possibly even Chebyshev coefficients. This is 1.2.7 work,