Older blog entries for tflynn (starting at number 3)

Woohoo! Just submitted my CSC assignment by email with 18 hours to spare! Definitely should not have left that until the last minute but it's done now and I'm sure I did enough to get a passing grade...

I'm going to try to get back to working on OpenVRML this week. Very interested to see how Braden's rearchitecture work is coming along and want to get back at the ScriptJDK code among other things.
Damn I love hockey...

Not going to get much of anything done for the next couple of weeks as I'm trying to finish the assignment for the Canadian Securities Course. Waited way to long to get started and now I've only got three weeks to finish it...

Slowly getting started on the conformance testing, updated results can be found here.
Not really surprised, but FreeWRL is much slower than OpenVRML when parsing larger worlds. ~3M PixelTexture world took more than 5 minutes to load in FreeWRL compared to less than a minute in OpenVRML. FreeWRL does have some pretty cool features though...

Work is a little crazy right now so I've been unable to devote much time working on OpenVRML lately.

With what little time I've had, I've been finishing up the JSAI code and trying to get us passing the conformance tests. Having some problems with SFNode right now but the rest of the SF* fields should work now.

I've also started running the NIST VTS against each of the open-source VRML browsers. I'll post a URL when I get a chance to put the page up. Initially I plan on concentrating on re-testing OpenVRML and testing FreeWRL (and possibly Tidarque)

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