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gouessej
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Hi

It would be fine to generate and post somewhere the full API documentation of Java3D 1.6.0 even though most public APIs have remained unchanged. Harvey, what's your position about that?
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hharrison
I'm fine with that, can't say that I've tried building the docs lately.
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gouessej
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Cool. I would then be able to put the link into the wiki and in my tutorial.
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Schorsch
Does the online API documentation already exist and if yes, where can I find it? Can it also be downloaded as a zip file?

Also, can the source code for Java3D be downloaded from somewhere for integration into Eclipse (debug mode, etc.)?

Thanks a lot in advance,
Schorsch

P.S.: Thanks for all your hard work to keep Java3D alive. This is a real life-saver for my legacy project.
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gouessej
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Hi

You can download the source code as a ZIP by clicking on "Download ZIP" in the bottom right corner of each Github project:
https://github.com/hharrison/java3d-core
https://github.com/hharrison/java3d-utils
https://github.com/hharrison/vecmath

The online API documentation hasn't been uploaded yet :( Maybe Harvey can tell you more about that.
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Schorsch
Thanks a lot for your explanation and the links, Julien. Let's see what Harvey says.
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Schorsch
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Any news on this, Harvey? Can the docs be downloaded from anywhere?

Thanks in advance for your help,
Schorsch
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gouessej
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Someone has worked for several months on Maven support, there will be an opportunity of generating the Java documentation. You can still use the documentation of Java3D 1.5.2 in the meantime as the public API is almost exactly the same but I admit that this solution isn't very satisfying.
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Schorsch
Thanks Julien. The 1.5.2 documentation would do for me, but let me ask the nooby question: Where would I find the documentation? All I got from Google was dead links pointing to Oracle sites long gone. :(
Could you point me in the right direction, please?

The best I could find, was
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javasebusiness/downloads/java-archive-downloads-java-client-419417.html#java3d-1.4.0-doc-oth-JPR
for version 1.4.0.

I don't know how big the changes where between 1.4 and 1.5, though.
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gouessej
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GNU Linux users can install libjava3d-java-doc_1.5.2 or java3d-javadoc-1.5.2 packages.

Actually, the disappearance of old Java3D releases is a good piece of news for me, it reduces the risk of confusion with the obsolete versions. I'm very happy and satisfied by Oracle's behavior.
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Schorsch
I agree with you. Oracle removing old junk, that's good news.

May I ask though, where Linux user can find those mentioned packages? Are you referring to some kind of software repository such as Ubuntu's apt/dpkg system? Or is there a public web link where I can download the packages from?
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gouessej
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Schorsch wrote
May I ask though, where Linux user can find those mentioned packages? Are you referring to some kind of software repository such as Ubuntu's apt/dpkg system?
Yes, for example:
http://pkgs.org/debian-sid/debian-main-i386/libjava3d-java-doc_1.5.2+dfsg-11_all.deb.html
http://pkgs.org/mageia-5/mageia-core-release-x86_64/java3d-javadoc-1.5.2-9.mga5.x86_64.rpm.html
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Schorsch
Thanks a lot.
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gouessej
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I'll try to generate the API documentation as I did for JogAmp's Ardor3D Continuation when I have some spare time.
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Schorsch
Thank you once again. :)
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