From: Andrew Sumner <andrewsumner@ya...> - 2011-05-18 00:17:53
While waiting for the LS-GT1 and 36GP cars to be finalised (so I can then get on with USR setups), I decided
to take a look at the LS-GT2 cars, starting with the Bavaria.
I committed the setup for it today, along with some small fixes for the 3d model, and the necessary CMake
stuff to install the car and its category.
Its a nimble little car, a lot of fun to drive, be interested to hear what others think of it though of course its
a lesser priority than GT1 and 36GP testing-wise.
I'll keep working through the rest of the GT2 cars, and create a Trac ticket for it if there isn't already one.
What I did notice (again!) was a problem putting the driver camera position inside the car. Surfaces that
extend beyond the camera's edges are for some reason not rendered, so you see half a windscreen wiper,
half the front roof column etc etc. Its not a fault of the 3D model, its a problem with (I guess) plib deciding
to cull those surfaces for whatever reason.
Does anyone have ideas how we can overcome this? It is incredibly annoying.
> I committed the setup for it today, along with some small fixes for the 3d model, and the necessary CMake
> stuff to install the car and its category.
I think you need to edit also data/cars/models/CMakeLists.txt, as
currently it doesn't look for any ls2-* subdirectory, so that at present
ls2-bavaria is not installed.
Hi Andrew, and all,
I think there's another little mistake in ls2-condor-c400r.xml, because
it points to a non-existing .ac file at line 52:
<attstr name="car" val="ls2-condor-c400r.ac"/>