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I did a class that load a .X file with animation key frames in OpenGL . I want to know if there are people interested in this type of code . If yes I will create a page to post it . thanks for attention :)

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once upon a time i was using X mesh files in my GL projects, i used d3dx library to load the mesh files (yes using GL to render everything), it worked really well because u could obviously load text, binary & compressed x files with ease ...only prob was it was windows only.

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Hi friends !
cool , but Im prgramming my class in Linux and I tested in windows too.
I m working on the code yet, but the code is already advanced .
I will use it to a project in my company but Im seeing that load object with animation keyframe is a trouble to everybody I will share with my friends and take sugestions too.
I developed others classes to camera, viewport, etc ... I dont know if all of it is a engine but help much to program in OpenGL.
waiting more opnions

tks

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Thats good because I've only been using C++ for several months and although I've learned SDL and OpenGL pretty well... I'm not about to make my own library to load and display X files. Thank you very much.

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this classes that kalidor looking good but I didnt test it.
My class uses only GLUT and i will make that the objects be load in Vertex Buffer Object .

I m thinking to create a page .

tks

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