[X3D-Public] X3D MultiTexture tests

Don Brutzman brutzman at nps.edu
Mon Aug 12 09:41:49 PDT 2013

Sounds great, thank you Michalis.

The examples look pretty thorough - presumably all of the should be part 
of the archive, providing a general set of test cases for authors and 

If any tests are too specialized, we don't need to have them included.

When time permits, I will work on porting the examples, adding metadata, 
and then looking at validation/conformance issues using X3D Validator 
and X3D-Edit.

When integrating into the sourceforge build, perhaps a teleconference 
will be useful.  Initial checkin will equal your original source so that 
any changes are inspectable.

Looking forward to further progress together.

On 8/9/2013 9:15 AM, Michalis Kamburelis wrote:
>> Michalis, is it possible to contribute your tests (or modified versions of
>> your test scenes) to the Web3D open-source example archive?
> Absolutely. See http://castle-engine.sourceforge.net/x3d_multi_texturing.php :
>    License: For the widest possible use, consider these files public
> domain, you're welcome to copy them to other examples repositories
> etc. Yes, the sample textures/movies inside are in public domain too
> (see data/AUTHORS.txt inside for details).
> So you can freely include them in Web3D open-source example archive,
> under BSD or any other license you prefer :)
> The rest of demos of Castle Game Engine  (
> http://castle-engine.sourceforge.net/demo_models.php ) are on GNU GPL
>> = 2, so if you're Ok with GNU GPL --- you're welcome to use them too
> :)
> Regards,
> Michalis

all the best, Don
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