[x3d-public] Changes to X3DJSAIL accepted? Final! outstanding error in my data folder for X3DJSAIL[ with my patches, of course ] - getting to v1.0
brutzman at nps.edu
Tue May 23 20:53:07 PDT 2017
p.s. just to be clear, the X3DJSAIL library is different than the X3dToJson.xslt and X3dToJava.xslt stylesheets. That is where we can keep working on mappings between encodings. The library seems to be pretty stable regardless.
On 5/23/2017 8:05 AM, Don Brutzman wrote:
> Hi John. The patches are useful but take some sleuthing on this end, unfortunately. I can't really apply them directly because the actual code that gets changed is in the X3DJSAIL generation stylesheet, which always replaces all of the end-product .java source.
> If you might include comments in your patches, perhaps pointing to example scene or describing what it is fixing, that will help me get the proper correction applied.
> All of the immense unit testing we continue to pursue is really productive. Last night's end-to-end Java retest exposed three scenes with fixable errors (corrections already checked in) and identified another SAI idiosyncracy. Better and better!
> Since we are getting very close to full coverage, and since the API seems quite stable for a while now. I'm just about ready to declare that X3DJSAIL is ready for v1.0 and sufficiently stable for production use.
> Please advise if you think there are any critical bugfixes for that milestone. Testing and improvements and feature additions will continue, of course. TIA.
> On 5/20/2017 7:38 PM, John Carlson wrote:
As before, patches are helpful but can't be applied "as is" to the code generator and so knowing the example cases each is addressing is helpful to ensure that the correct modifications are applied to the library. Again thanks.
all the best, Don
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