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where can i find a code to load milkshape with ANIMATION? I tried Brett Porter´s code but won''t work in MSVC 6.0.I get an internal compiler error .Please help.

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I got mine from the book "OpenGL Game Programming". I don''t know where you can find it on the internet, but if you e-mail me at duncanbojangles@cox-internet.com I''ll send the ZIP file to you.

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DuncanBojangles, he''s referring to an ms3d loader. I believe OpenGL Game Programming only includes an MD2 loader.

I used Brett Porter''s code also, and I managed to fix the compile errors and get it working perfectly. It''s not too difficult. Read his tutorials and try to figure out excactly what is causing the problems. I was able to resolve it pretty quickly after some research. And on the bright side, once you fix it, you''ll understand his code a lot better.

I''d send you my revised code, but I''ve long since abandoned the project I used it for, so I can''t even find it at the moment.

Good luck.

PS. His model loading code was the only ms3d code I could ever find on the internet, so AFAIK there is no alternative.

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