WRT a Java3d page, my time is drastically limited at the moment, but if someone beats me to it... :-)
What I'm currently looking at for Java3d (roughly in the order I'll tackle them):
- integrate changes from August
- integrate test case from Kenji
- github has disabled the file-download functionality, so getting java3d built here at jogamp is
important so that people can get prebuilt jars again
- remove the final dependency in j3dcore on j3dutils so that j3dcore can be built without j3dutils (J3DBuffer)
- change source layout to standard maven layout (all three vecmath, j3dcore, j3dutils)
- a Java3d page
Please note that the https://github.com/Morozov2012/actor-prolog-java-library library contains not only Java3D features but all built-in classes of Actor Prolog. So, generally speaking, one should translate a logic program from Actor Prolog to Java and compile this small piece of Java code along with the library to resolve all links from the library. I could write a detailed instruction for you if you are interested in playing with Actor Prolog 3D.
Thank you so much for your reply. I m very interested in playing Actor Prolog 3d and Actor Prolog modelling. So if you can, please give me detailed instructions. And i want to know how to compile your library source code(uploaded in https://github.com/Morozov2012/actor-prolog-java-library ). After that i will try to develop my model with help of actor prolg n actor prolog 3d. i m very very interested in Actor Prolog now. Never forget your help.
Thank you for your interest to the Actor Prolog project.
Well, first of all you should install Actor Prolog on your computer.
You can get a free beta version of Actor Prolog here: http://www.fullvision.ru/actor_prolog_2014/show_eng.php .
The installation guide is here: http://www.fullvision.ru/actor_prolog_2014/English_installation_guide.htm .
Then try to run examples (they are in the Examples directory after the installation). Java3D examples are in the Examples / Demo programs / Java3D directory.
Then investigate Java code created by the translator (it is a Target package created in selected temporary directory).
To compile the library one should translate an example that uses all Actor Prolog libraries (see the Dummy – Java.a example in the Examples directory for instance). After that one can compile all Java files of the morozov package (use fast_comp_all.bat script for instance).
Well, this is a brief roadmap for beginning. Please ask you questions. :)