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I'm trying to use mesh mender to generate tangent-basis and the application crashes when using Mend function (says that vector is out of range). My code is very simple (note that I dont use any index buffer so every successive three indices point to every successive three vertices):
		std::vector<unsigned int> indices;
		std::vector<unsigned int> remap;
		std::vector<MeshMender::Vertex> verts;

		for (int t = 0; t < 3*facesNum; ++t)
			indices.push_back(3*t + 0);
			indices.push_back(3*t + 1);
			indices.push_back(3*t + 2);

		MeshMender::Vertex inv;

		for (int t = 0; t < 3*facesNum; ++t)
			inv.pos = D3DXVECTOR3(vertices[t].position.x, vertices[t].position.y, vertices[t].position.z);
			inv.s = vertices[t].texCoord0.x;
			inv.t = vertices[t].texCoord0.y;
			verts.push_back( inv );

		const float minNormalCreaseCos = 0.2f;
		const float minTangentCreaseCos = 0.2f;
		const float minBinormalCreaseCos = 0.2f;
		const float weightNormalsByArea = 0.5f;

		MeshMender mender;


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Ok, never mind. I decided to use D3DXComputeTangentFrame, save data to my own file format and I can use it with both, D3D and OGL renderers :)

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