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Timestamp:
Feb 26, 2013, 4:34:35 PM (7 years ago)
Author:
ldelgass
Message:

Merge nanovis2 branch to trunk

Location:
trunk
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2 edited

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  • trunk/packages/vizservers/nanovis/config.h

    r3177 r3362  
    3737#define USE_HALF_FLOAT
    3838
    39 #define XINETD                          /* Enable render server. */
    40 //#define EVENTLOG                      /* Enable event logging. */
    41 //#define DO_RLE                        /* Do run length compression. */
     39/*
     40 * Enable render server
     41 */
     42#define XINETD
    4243
    43 #define KEEPSTATS               1
     44/*
     45 * Enable event logging
     46 */
     47//#define EVENTLOG
     48
     49/*
     50 * Do run length compression
     51 */
     52//#define DO_RLE
     53
     54/*
     55 * Keep statistics
     56 */
     57#define KEEPSTATS
    4458
    4559/*
     
    4862#define WANT_TRACE
    4963
    50 #define OLD_CAMERA
    51 
    52 /*
    53  * The following define controls whether new prototype features are to be
    54  * compiled.  Right now by default it's off (0). That's because nanovis
    55  * releases are built directly from the subversion repository.  So for now,
    56  * we'll rely on developers to set this in their respective sandboxes.
     64/*
     65 * Controls whether DX data is downsampled.
    5766 */
    58 #define PROTOTYPE               0
    59 
    60 /*
    61  * The following define controls whether the new or old load_volume_stream
    62  * implementation is used to load DX data. The difference is that the old
    63  * implementation doesn't do any interpolation of the points to a coarser
    64  * mesh.  Setting ISO_TEST to 1 will cause the old implementation to be
    65  * used, which makes isosurfaces work correctly (FIXME: is this still
    66  * true?)
    67  *
    68  * [In the future, we'll use the OpenDX library reader and determine at
    69  * runtime if mesh decimation is required]
    70  */
    71 #define ISO_TEST                1
     67//#define DOWNSAMPLE_DATA
    7268
    7369/*
     
    7571 * volume
    7672 */
    77 #define FILTER_GRADIENTS        0
     73#define FILTER_GRADIENTS
    7874
    7975/*
    80  * The following define controls whether the plane* commands are
    81  * registered in the interpreter.  Right now it's off.  [Are these
    82  * commands still required?]
     76 * Controls whether the plane* commands are registered in the
     77 * interpreter. [Are these commands still required?]
    8378 */
    84 #define PLANE_CMD               0
     79//#define PLANE_CMD
    8580
    8681#endif
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