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- 04 Jul 2018, 17:43
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: How to manage an open-source project
- Replies: 4
- Views: 663
Cutting down on arguments about whether or not to reintroduce vanilla behavior for gameplay mechanic X would help with openmw's development looking like a clique.
The actor-actor collision thing could be fixed by making overlapping actors not collide, and hacking the tracing function so that, when tracing towards an actor you're overlapping, it gives a normal pointing (on a flat horizontal plane) towards the moving actor from the actor that got traced into, a...
There's a bug in the stair solving code that's actually a workaround for a problem where the capsule collision shape renders some steps that you're supposed to be able to walk up into steep slopes too wide to step over. Cylinders are the only rotationally invariant primitive that Bullet provides tha...
- 02 Jul 2018, 19:48
- Forum: General Development
- Topic: The Future of OpenMW Scripting
- Replies: 127
- Views: 11362
- 30 Jun 2018, 19:25
- Forum: Feature Requests and Suggestions
- Topic: Optional Vanilla Water Shader
- Replies: 30
- Views: 5151
I mean, it's not completely necessary to use a cubemap, it just makes the math simpler, right? The code for just reflecting terrain is relatively simple (with the caveat that you need to render statics when indoors), and yeah, it has a huge performance benefit over also reflecting statics and animat...
The point about documentation isn't very salient considering what using Lua for dehardcoding would actually be like in practice. Lua is very minimal. The state of debugging under Lua is already not very appealing. Special-purpose just means it's not like python or C++. Lua is already a special purpo...
Just to ensure that my opinion isn't lost by being in another thread, I'm pro-newscript but completely neutral on Lua. If whoever designs/implements it deems it worthwhile, I would be 100% behind a custom language. Special purpose scripting languages are not hard to make if you're a competent progra...