[osg-users] osgmovie error

Sebastian Messerschmidt sebastian.messerschmidt at gmx.de
Wed May 27 05:27:31 PDT 2015

Am 27.05.2015 um 13:54 schrieb Joshua Robinson:
> Howdy,
> Newbie to OSG.
> Downloaded osgmovie.c++ to learn, But can't compile: first look show 
> wrong coding.
What exactly did not compile?
The example is part of the osg-source package and builds fine with the 
rest. So please point to where you downloaded which version etc.

> Q:  I wonder how uncompiled code end up as a sample for newbies ?
This doesn't make sense at all. Compiled coded is usually an executable 
or library, so it won't serve as a sample how to do things.
And the example code, even if not the nicest at some point due to 
#defines etc, compiles just fine and shows how to load and display a 
video and audio stream.
So what else would be anyone's expectation?

> So far my personal impression from OSG that it is a toy, not ready for 
> ...
I've been using OSG in a professional environment and industry 
applications for years, so this is really silly to say.
Please elaborate where you need help and where others can point you into 
the right direction
> Cheers,
> -Joshua Robinson
> "Live long and prosper"
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