[opensource-dev] SNOW-375 Binary Package Available

Dzonatas Sol dzonatas at gmail.com
Mon Apr 5 05:42:09 PDT 2010


Has client-side scripting and an HTTP/REST server been offered in 
Snowglobe before patch SNOW-375? I'm not sure how you are able to 
determine such features as "derived" from Snowglobe.


The SNOW-375 patch
Morgaine wrote:
> That sounds pretty interesting, Dzonatas.
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> What is your viewer called, this TPV derived from Snowglobe with an 
> extra patch?
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> Morgaine.
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> On Sat, Apr 3, 2010 at 6:43 PM, Dzonatas Sol <dzonatas at gmail.com 
> <mailto:dzonatas at gmail.com>> wrote:
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>     This is a build of Snowglobe with SNOW-375 patch applied. This patch
>     provides a HTTP/REST interface to control and automate the Snowglobe
>     viewer. Client-side scripts and programs can then add features like
>     accessibility functions, automated regression tests, detached editors,
>     separate chat windows, inventory organizers, and more.
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>     Linux:
>     http://mono.dzonux.net/file/Snowglobe375/Snowglobe-i686-1.4-375.tar.bz2
>     <http://viewerdirectory.secondlife.com/listing/download/137/3/binary/aHR0cDovL21vbm8uZHpvbnV4Lm5ldC9maWxlL1Nub3dnbG9iZTM3NS9Tbm93Z2xvYmUtaTY4Ni0xLjQtMzc1LnRhci5iejI%3D>
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>     Source: http://gitweb.dzonux.net/?p=snowglobe-1.4-375.git
>     <http://viewerdirectory.secondlife.com/listing/download/137/3/source/aHR0cDovL2dpdHdlYi5kem9udXgubmV0Lz9wPXNub3dnbG9iZS0xLjQtMzc1LmdpdA%3D%3D>
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>     See Also: https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SNOW-375
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>     You can experience how such an HTTP/REST interface performs with
>     Icesphere, which was the project formerly known as MonoVida Studio and
>     MonoVida Communicator.Icesphere interfaces with Snowglobe-375 to
>     present
>     detached communications and client-side scripting via C#/Mono/.NET.
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>     http://mono.dzonux.net/file/Snowglobe375/communicator.zip
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>     Note: name change not due to pun on grid monkeys =)
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