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ogre-python 14.2.6

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Object-Oriented Graphics Rendering Engine - python package

Object-Oriented Graphics Rendering Engine - python package

Stars: 3843, Watchers: 3843, Forks: 957, Open Issues: 128

The OGRECave/ogre repo was created 8 years ago and the last code push was 9 hours ago.
The project is very popular with an impressive 3843 github stars!

How to Install ogre-python

You can install ogre-python using pip

pip install ogre-python

or add it to a project with poetry

poetry add ogre-python

Package Details

Author
None
License
MIT
Homepage
https://www.ogre3d.org
PyPi:
https://pypi.org/project/ogre-python/
Documentation:
https://ogrecave.github.io/ogre/api/latest/manual.html
GitHub Repo:
https://github.com/OGRECave/ogre

Classifiers

  • Multimedia/Graphics/3D Rendering
  • Scientific/Engineering
  • Software Development
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Errors

A list of common ogre-python errors.

Code Examples

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GitHub Issues

The ogre-python package has 128 open issues on GitHub

  • Unable to load the plugin Plugin_DotScene and Codec_Assimp
  • Fix bug any_cast for iOS clang compiler
  • Small API breaks
  • rename EntityMaterialLodChangedEvent
  • Spotlight: duplicated frustum settings
  • add shared_auto_params_ref
  • Make BSP scene manager pure renderable
  • Decouple renderable processing from SceneManager
  • Real type abuse
  • add more shading options

See more issues on GitHub

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