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Bug In Tao? Can someone confirm this? Or confirm it's working please?

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Hi Guys, Can anyone else run the Redbook.Tess.exe & RedBook.TessWind.exe examples? I keep getting an exception winging about marshalling. Can someone please confirm this on their system? Or let me know if it works on your systems? Maybe with another build etc. I need to tessellate some polys :( Kind Regards, Chris Evans [Edited by - s3mt3x on March 6, 2006 6:19:39 PM]

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Hi s3mt3x,

i've checked both files you have mentioned: tess.c & tesswind.c; both files are compiling and linking without any problem; also, i can start both applications without any error.

Usually, there should be really no problem compiling/linking/running any of the examples out of the ARB books; all examples are written using standard libraries and standard function calls. I'm assuming, it's a problem with the glut-version you are linking to.

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Hi Alex,

Sorry for not making this clear, I'm using Tao (a c# opengl port). This is where the problem resides - in the managed dlls. It's been confirmed this is a bug by others on the Tao mailing list now - so thanks anyway.

For anyone else who requires polygon tess in c# - I reccomend the article below to write your own wrapper (at least until the guys over at Tao get it fixed anyhow).

http://www.dotnet247.com/247reference/msgs/37/186780.aspx

After finally getting this to build - it works like a dream.

Kind Regards

Chris Evans

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s3mt3x,

yes, this was my failure; sorry. but, the the next question would have been, anyway, what compiler/IDE/ect. you are using, because i would have assumed you are talking about a "compiler distinct" problem.

but, no matter - hence it works, you dont' need to worry about anymore...

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