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happy birthday to me. today i am 6 years old. thanku verymuch. guess the highlights of my latest incarnation are that i can finally render to textures with antialiasing. phew, if they knew it was only 5 additional lines of code they could have really spent me this earlier. but i know, how should one know...
also i like my sexy new doublerightclick? what's your QuickNodes?
@devvvvs: they spent me some new interfaces so that you plugin writers can now define arbitrary types for connections. so just like my ordinary node-connections, no more restriction to value, string, color, transform. you can now create your very own. details can be found in the new Plugin Specifications. enums, ex9 meshes and textures still missing though. the bois...zzzz
wishing you all merry vvvv nativity
and a patchy new yeeeeaaaarrrr.
All modules have been reviewed and come with BRAND NEW help patches.
and: Addon package opens its module doors.
that is: If you want to see your modules permanently in the addon package you can contribute; also means, that all must have modules will be accessible very easily via one download (the addon package). When everything goes well we'll come to a stage where no more searching through hundreds of zips is necessary.
and off course bug fixes...
yes we can. see: Log of Change!
a little bit here, a little bit there.
been also working hard to get the plugins integrated in the release cycle and indeed in a view days you should be able to download the first addonpack. plugin developers please read AddOns-Packaging?, prepare their code accordingly and test it against this release. if all goes well we should be able to release the pack early next week.
so what do we have this time...see for yourself: Change Log
nothing big, but thanks to our intern elias a lot of fixed bits and some new funky set-theory nodes. also check the enhanced Expr (Value) node which can now deal with arbitrary variable inputs.
now have a good patch.
dear audiophiles and ordinary maintainace release lovers,
you might want to check that out:
all the best!
all the devvvs,
all the group
surely a small step for mankind but still worth noting is vvvvs newly built in open plugininterface that allows anyone to write their own plugin-nodes. horray. still without documentation at this moment, which shall be changed shortly after Node08 has finished. bare with us..
a real revolution in interface design though is offered by the patentpending Kalle (VVVV) node. handle with care.
all the best,
horray. just right in time for node08 a new release: 33beta15.
lots of stuff this time:
ja, and a fix here and a new bug there, of course.
have we mentioned beta14.9? actually if all goes well with beta15 it shouldn't be of any interest. really only if beta15 feels strange in a way you may want to check against beta14.9 and report if you find any obvious differences that may help us debugging.
for now have a nice patch,
see you at node08,
your vvvv group.
well, it is that time of year again. happy birthday vvvv. you may not have counted, but she is 5 official years old today. horray. see the Change Log for what she's gone through lately and get her freshest bytes from the Downloads. may she loop on forever and we love you very much.
ah and oh, what is there on the horizon?
the vvvv group humbly presents: TimelinerSA - A Multipurpose Timeline
still very early in beta, it already sends its timed data via UDP\OSC to any software you may missuse. since timelining is a very general task not at all limited to use within vvvv we thought it makes sense to realize a timeline as a separate piece of software. TimelinerSA runs crossplatform and is soon be blessed with an opensource license, therefore being completely free for any kind of use. in a later version Timeliner will also be available as a native node for optimal usage within vvvv. still some debugging needed on this one though. and while the AlphaTesters already identified the most nasty bits (thanks you verymuch) still beware of the very freshness of the code.
and a veryveryveryvery new year,
wishes yours truly,
the vvvv group.
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