Working on getting the esm records to save properly, right now some data is lost when saving so I’m working on tracking that down and hopefully being able to make close to byte-perfect copies.
Once I’ve gotten all that worked out I think I’m going to slip back to only being the Windows package maintainer for a while, perhaps see if I can build a new dependency package for windows developers.
Right now I am working on clothing/armor.
For .15 I hope to work more on the physics system that I showed off on youtube recently. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VGQYZwA2Fw&list=PL14E8F94A73754549&index=1&feature=plpp_video
I also want to bring in some of Chris’s work on animating creatures. Of course though, if he wants to, he should take the lead in bringing them into openmw. Even if we can’t get Ogre’s animation system working, the way he is applying the bone weights is more efficient and may be able to be implemented into openmw.
Working on the world model; data structures and preparations for game mechanics. Basically the non-exciting stuff. Wasn’t planning to do that for 0.14.0. originally, but people are chomping through the exciting stuff (graphics and the user visible parts of game mechanics) so fast, we were on the verge of running out of this kind of tasks that don’t have uncompleted prerequisite tasks.
I’m getting a little annoyed already by the graphics stuff, so I’ll take a break in terms of implementing some GUI elements that I’ve wanted to see for a long time. Mainly:
- Door markers on the map
- Tooltip for the object that the crosshair points on
I have started rewriting the shader system to allow GLSL. I am a making sort of a library out of it, it will be similar to ogre RTShaderSystem but much better. Then the user can put in a settings file which shader language he wants :P
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