[osg-users] OpenSceneGraph with Qt multiple windowing problem
robert.osfield at gmail.com
Thu Sep 20 04:10:36 PDT 2007
Viewer and CompositeViewer can both share scenes between them.
What you are trying to do is supported, and already works well see the
osgcompsiteviewer. The complication in your case is that QT is quite
up to scratch for this type of work makes it more awkward - its OpenGL
support isn't quite sophisticated enough to do things the most
straight forward way. There are ways around this as I said in my
On 9/20/07, arnaud houegbelo <a_houegbelo at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi David and Robert,
> Thanks for the looking about my problem.
> I use Windows XP with
> AMD Athlon (tm) 64 Processor 2008+
> 1.80 Ghz,
> OSG_THREADING = SingleThreaded
> OSG_OPTIMIZER = DEFAULT..
> About the multiple windowing problem, the Viewer/Composite
> It's a good idea but in this way I must display the differents
> sceneGrpah in the same window. But I want to have differents
> sceneGraph in differents windows.
> According you Robert, It seems
> that for the moment It is not possible to have what I want.
> Do you think that It can be possible in a next version of osg.
> It is a real need for the Osg comunity? I don't really know If my
> request it's interesting for the others people.
> About your approach "to inherit the native windowing into a
> GraphicsWindowWin32/Carbon/X11 in a way that adapts a Qt window via
> its native windowing implementatio" can you give me more precision and
> direction to help me If I want to develop myself to try to correct this probelm.
> Others are welcome too, to find a solution :-)
> Many thanks
> and Best regards
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