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vvvvhat happened in January 2019

previously on vvvv: vvvvhat happened in December 2018


here we go,

clickclickclick. 2018 is numbered and we're now heading towards the biggest release in vvvv history. as announced previously: vvvv gamma.

we're still on track regarding our roadmap and here is a little status report:

  • UI rework is well under way, looking smooth and shiny
  • spreadable IOBoxes are a thing, need refinements
  • editing patches is no longer blocking renderers
  • we simplified the document structure to have a better default workflow
  • tons of helppatches are in the works

none of these are in alphas yet, but if things go well, they should land soon.

  • and not part of the initial release, but work is also progressing on integrating xenko...

while you're waiting and haven't yet, please fill out the 2019 Survvvvey!

contributions

new stuff:

updated:

released as work in progress:

gallery

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and three more:


that was it for january. anything to add? please do so in the comments!

joreg, Saturday, Feb 2nd 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 7 comments  
dennis 05/02/2019 - 15:33

Yay to ui rework! Does that include multiple VL windows?

microdee 05/02/2019 - 17:29

@dennis: that would make sense! so it's 50/50

joreg 05/02/2019 - 18:38

@dennis: am afraid not yet. UI was too broad a term to use. the rework concerns only everything that happens inside the window (-> now skia drawing). windowing is a separate step still to come.

microdee 05/02/2019 - 20:09

@joreg: just promise, you guys won't release vvvv gamma without multiple windows

joreg 05/02/2019 - 20:56

@microdee i'm afraid this is not planned to be included in gamma atm. we are aware it is one of the more requested features. but we have to prioritize at some point..

dennis 06/02/2019 - 11:16

@joreg too bad.. but i'm assuming skia ui drawing comes with a lot better performance, so definitely looking forward to that

microdee 06/02/2019 - 11:17

whaaat?
sorry but this is kinda a last nail in the coffin. show me any serious authoring software not having multiple windows, or at least multiple sub windows inside a proper one (not only tabs). This is not a "more requested feature" or a "usability extra" this is something I'm expecting from any half decent professional authoring environment. People should take this granted. I wouldn't consider my software anywhere near releasable without it. It would be at least as crucial for me as undo or saving files. I know it's painful to do with the library you're using for UI, and it's not as exciting to develop as other cooler features, but you guys have time, this problem have been solved countless many other times before, just grind your teeth and do it, you're better developers than this.

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~1d ago

domj: Little vvvv robotics and light control in the Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin in few hours, just patching en route https://bit.ly/2V0FAb3 ;)

~1d ago

AKa-visuals: @polyrhythm Stunning!.. cant wait for ibl integration. Keep on!

~1d ago

catweasel: @polyrhythm looks lovely!

~1d ago

polyrhythm: i put a little love into my vvvv raytracer after some time not touching it. textured emissive lights! https://i.imgur.com/OVzp6d5.png

~2d ago

sinus: Yes, they did the kollabo with klf. Still a tornado in the club.

~2d ago

microdee: @sinus: hahaha maaan that's some amazing stuff :D

~2d ago

elektromeier: @sinus: the extreme noise terror which played at klf s exit gig at brits?

~2d ago

sinus: Ipswitch

~2d ago

sinus: @evvvvil: from ispwitch! noble men! https://extremenoiseterror.bandcamp.com/

~3d ago

evvvvil: Fuck Norfolk that's where every boring person in the world is from. Suffolk is also a shithole and their football team is worst. xx