#1 render.py neglects output_framebuffer

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2006-11-08
2006-11-02
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When outputting to framebuffer, some renderers (pixie for linux) wait for
the window close event when the render finishes. Baking a scene with
those is painful, as you have to keep closing windows after every render.

If the user has set a global for output_framebuffer, render.py should
respect that.

Discussion

  • Jorge Acereda Maciá

    Patch

     
  • Matthias Baas

    Matthias Baas - 2006-11-08

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    I've just committed a fix for this (in revision 152). The Globals section
    can now contain a boolean parameter "output_framebuffer" that is passed
    to the RIB export plugin.

    (By the way, this tracker is meant to receive patches. Please post
    feature requests like this (or you might also consider it a bug) into the
    Feature Request tracker (or the Bug tracker)).

    - Matthias -

     
  • Matthias Baas

    Matthias Baas - 2006-11-08
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  • Jorge Acereda Maciá

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    Well, I attached a patch in case you didn't notice it,
    that's why I posted to this tracker ;-)

     
  • Matthias Baas

    Matthias Baas - 2006-11-09

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    Oops, sorry, indeed I overlooked the patch! So please disregard my
    previous comment (as an excuse I could only say that this was the first
    time someone actually submitted a patch... ;)

    Now I actually modified the code so that it matches your patch (the if
    statement in my previous commit wasn't necessary...)

    - Matthias -

     

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