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Final Update Of The Summer

Hello CrystalSpace,
Since my blog post on Friday, it has been brought to my attention that behaviours and the behaviour layer have been deprecated. Several of the apps I have worked on this summer, and in 2009, use these methods. In particular they are: bttest, pathfindingtest, questtest and steering. An example of how to remove this dependence from them can be found in Jorrit's revision 4958. There is not enough time left to make similar changes myself before the end of GSoC to all the apps I have worked on, but I have begun the removal of them from the life sim demo (Please see revision 4972.)

I have also, since the summarising post at the end of last week, kept myself busy trying to create a navmesh for the island level used in the life sim demo. Unfortunately, during construction an assertion fails in celNavMeshBuilder::GetSectorData. More specifically the problem seems to be in the line polyVerts[0] = csVector3(xbase, cell->GetHeight(x,y), ybase); and occurs because at this time csTerrainCell::heightmap is empty.

This will be my last update for the summer as the hard deadline set by google is today. However, I do hope this will not be my last involvement with CrystalSpace/CEL. I will continue to keep an eye on the mailing list and occasionally lurk in the irc channel. Thank you all again for having me for another summer and I hope the code continues to be of use to the community.

Kind regards,

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