[x3d-public] Fwd: Re: [x3d] X3D C and C++ language bindings NWIPs [corrected copy]

Don Brutzman brutzman at nps.edu
Wed Apr 11 19:21:29 PDT 2018

For X3D community participants, great news follows regarding continued developments in X3D.

We are keen to get comments from Web3D Consortium members.  Public comment will follow at the appropriate point in the process timeline - meanwhile some very interesting early-adopter opportunities for change/improvement/preparation are emerging.

Web3D member value continues to grow steadily.  If you have not yet joined, please consider that value proposition.  Companies, organizations, universities and individuals are all welcome.

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v/r Don

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Subject: Re: [x3d] X3D C and C++ language bindings NWIPs [corrected copy]
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2018 19:13:28 -0700
From: Don Brutzman <brutzman at nps.edu>
Organization: Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)
To: Myeong Won Lee <myeongwonlee at gmail.com>
CC: x3d at web3d.org, Roy Walmsley <roy.walmsley at ntlworld.com>, Web3D Consortium Board of Directors <bod at web3d.org>, Web3D Consortium Board of Directors <bod at web3d.org>

Thank you Myeong Won Lee for this continuing progress, it is quite tremendous.  Dick and I were very happy to hear of your progress.

The X3D Working Group will review these next week on the regular teleconference *Wednesday 18 APR 2018* at the regular time, 0800-0930 pacific.  All feedback welcome.

All three X3D language binding drafts for C, C++ and C# are available to Web3D Members in github, online at:

* C binding: X3D/ISO-IEC 19777/ISO-IEC 19777-3/ISO-IEC 19777-3 V3.3/ISO-IEC 19777-3 V3.3 CD/

* C++ binding: X3D/ISO-IEC 19777/ISO-IEC 19777-4/ISO-IEC 19777-4 V3.3/ISO-IEC 19777-4 V3.3 CD/

Note that already submitted is

* C# binding: X3D/ISO-IEC 19777/ISO-IEC 19777-5/ISO-IEC 19777-5 V3.3/ISO-IEC 19777-5 V3.3 CD/

Also available for Web3D Member review:

*ISO New Work Item Proposal (NWIP) documents (from Web3D Consortium to Standards Committee SC24) at

The modular, extensible design of X3D allows our continued development of a coordinated set of steadily evolving ISO standards.  Each is functionally equivalent. The roadmap for all of these programming-language bindings and file encodings is found as first link on the Web3D.org STANDARDs tab:

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X3D Working Group recommendations regarding continued work or potential member approval will be forwarded to the Web3D Board of Directors.

Looking forward to continued (amazing) progress.  Have fun with X3D in C, C++ and C# programs!  8)

On 4/11/2018 2:35 AM, Myeong Won Lee wrote:
> Dear Roy and All,
> I believe that X3D C and C++ language bindings NWIPs might have been submitted in February.
> However, for various reasons, it took time for me to update the two WDs.
> I have revised X3D C and C++ language binding WDs and uploaded them to GitHub.
> C and C++ examples have been added to Annexes for each part.
> Please note that I left strikeout lines in the WDs.
> I will delete them when I submit the materials to the ISO.
> I would like to ask for Web3D BOD approval for the NWIP submission to ISO.
> Sincerely,
> Myeong
> -- 
> Myeong Won Lee
> Faculty of Computer Science, College of IT, U. of Suwon
> Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do, 18323 Korea
> Tel) +82-31-220-2313, +82-10-8904-4634
> E-mail) mwlee at suwon.ac.kr <mailto:mwlee at suwon.ac.kr>

all the best, Don
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