source: trunk/packages/vizservers/nanovis/config.h @ 1431

Last change on this file since 1431 was 1431, checked in by gah, 10 years ago

fixup new flow visualization command structure

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1/*
2 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------
3 * Nanovis: Visualization of Nanoelectronics Data
4 *
5 * ======================================================================
6 *  AUTHOR:  Wei Qiao <qiaow@purdue.edu>
7 *           Purdue Rendering and Perceptualization Lab (PURPL)
8 *
9 *  Copyright (c) 2004-2006  Purdue Research Foundation
10 *
11 *  See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and
12 *  redistribution of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
13 * ======================================================================
14 */
15
16#ifndef __CONFIG_H__
17#define __CONFIG_H__
18
19#define NV40                            /* Uncomment if using 6 series
20                                         * card. By default we assume older
21                                         * card the 5xxx series */
22#define XINETD                          /* Enable render server. */
23//#define EVENTLOG                      /* Enable event logging. */
24//#define DO_RLE                        /* Do run length compression. */
25
26/*
27 * The following define controls whether new prototype features are to be
28 * compiled.  Right now by default it's off (0). That's because nanovis
29 * releases are built directly from the subversion repository.  So for now,
30 * we'll rely on developers to set this in their respective sandboxes.
31 */
32//#define PROTOTYPE             0
33#define PROTOTYPE               1
34
35#define NEW_FLOW_ENGINE         1
36
37/*
38 * The following define controls whether new load_volume_stream or
39 * load_volume_stream2 are used to load DX data.  The difference is that
40 * load_volume_stream2 doesn't do any interpolation of the points to a coarser
41 * mesh.  Right now, we're using load_volume_stream2 to make isosurfaces
42 * work correctly. 
43
44 * [In the future, we'll use the OpenDX library reader and determine at
45 * runtime if mesh decimation is required]
46 */
47#define ISO_TEST                1
48
49/*
50 * The following define controls whether the plane* commands are
51 * registered in the interpreter.  Right now it's off.  [Are these
52 * commands still required?]
53 */
54#define PLANE_CMD               0
55
56#endif
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