[sldev] Snowglobe126.96.36.19965 : almost no textures logging on OpenSim
carlo at alinoe.com
Sun Aug 2 05:28:36 PDT 2009
On Sat, Aug 01, 2009 at 06:21:40PM -0400, Teravus Ovares wrote:
> Seems like an interesting change.
> Is the new first image packet supposed to contain 1024 bytes of
> texture data instead of 600?
TEXTURE_CACHE_ENTRY_SIZE was changed from FIRST_PACKET_SIZE to 1024.
FIRST_PACKET_SIZE was and still is 600.
> My guess is this isn't backwards compatible with the standard viewers also.
> If the above statements are true, then OpenSimulator won't be able to
> support it unless there is viewer version tracking in the UDP stack.
> Currently, it treats all viewers the same regardless of version. I
> suppose the only place that it can get this information is from the
> login service as well. Maybe a new part of the AgentCircuit data is
> warranted to keep this information propagated on sim crossings.
I doubt this is the case (LL is not changing the protocol based on
viewer version). But it would be nice if a Linden could confirm that.
> Let me know and I'll pass this info on to the opensim-dev e-mail list
> On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Armin
> Weatherwax<armin.weatherwax at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I opened http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SNOW-157, because of almost
> > no textures show up logging on OpenSim (0.6.5; Debian Lenny).
> > My assumption is that is caused by the change of the
> > TEXTURE_CACHE_ENTRY_SIZE from 600 to 1024 bytes in Changeset 2486.
> > But I'm not actually into the texture cache and also not into whether or
> > not a OpenSim should support this or not.
> > For Snowglobe rocks, it would be great to have it also working on
> > OpenSim.
> > :)
> > Armin
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