Edgar J. De Cleene
edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar
Mon Jan 5 11:10:32 UTC 2009
El 1/4/09 4:59 PM, "Ross Boylan" <ross at biostat.ucsf.edu> escribió:
> On Sun, 2009-01-04 at 13:36 +0000, Ramiro Diaz Trepat wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I was thinking of including some 3D charts on a little quantitative
>> finance framework I am working on in my spare time. I don't want to
>> achieve any avant garde 3D things, something that resembles what
>> spreadsheets do would be fine.
>> I found the Balloon3D framework, that seems to be really fabulous.
> When I asked about 3D, Karl Ramberg said he wasn't sure Balloon3D worked
> in images > 3.8. So before you go too far, you might want to check if
> it works. If it doesn't, you could either try an older image or try to
> get it working with the current one.
> I've been trying to use Croquet for 3D, but haven't had much luck so
> far. The problems may be specific to my system, and almost certainly
> are specific to Unix.
> Ross Boylan
Wonderland is on FunSqueak , what is 3.10 with all old friends and several
new into :=)
I agree Croquet or Cobalt is superior, but for start playing with 3D as
Ramiro said, maybe exploring Wonderland worths the troubles.
And if Ramiro found valuable and tell us about, I sure of load Wonderland or
Balloon 3D in SqueakLightII, but I have lots of things in course, so I wait
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