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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
2<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd"> 2<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd">
3<pkgmetadata> 3<pkgmetadata>
4<maintainer> 4 <maintainer>
5 <email>axs@gentoo.org</email> 5 <email>axs@gentoo.org</email>
6 <name>Ian Stakenvicius</name> 6 <name>Ian Stakenvicius</name>
7</maintainer> 7 </maintainer>
8<longdescription> 8 <longdescription>
9FreeWRL is a VRML97 (VRML-2.0) and X3D interactive viewer, providing both a traditional Xorg application 9FreeWRL is a VRML97 (VRML-2.0) and X3D interactive viewer, providing both a traditional Xorg application
10and a nsbrowser plugin for use with many available web browsers. The package depends heavily on OpenGL 10and a nsbrowser plugin for use with many available web browsers. The package depends heavily on OpenGL
11support for rendering. When developing your 3D world or model, you can program with GLSL Shaders using the 11support for rendering. When developing your 3D world or model, you can program with GLSL Shaders using the
12X3D Shaders Component, put your model exactly where you want them with the Geospatial Component, or just 12X3D Shaders Component, put your model exactly where you want them with the Geospatial Component, or just
13throw triangles to the screen as Extrusions, IndexedFaceSets, TriangleSets, Circle2D, Disk2D, Spheres, Boxes, 13throw triangles to the screen as Extrusions, IndexedFaceSets, TriangleSets, Circle2D, Disk2D, Spheres, Boxes,
14Cubes; the list goes on and on. With royalty free open standards, your models will continue to render, year after year. 14Cubes; the list goes on and on. With royalty free open standards, your models will continue to render, year after year.
15<pkg>=media-gfx/freewrl-1.22*</pkg> uses traditional OpenGL calls, while <pkg>&gt;=media-gfx/freewrl-2</pkg> uses 15<pkg>=media-gfx/freewrl-1.22*</pkg> uses traditional OpenGL calls, while <pkg>&gt;=media-gfx/freewrl-2</pkg> uses
16"shaders" and requires hardware capable of at least OpenGL-2.0 or OpenGL-ES. 16"shaders" and requires hardware capable of at least OpenGL-2.0 or OpenGL-ES.
17</longdescription> 17</longdescription>
18<use> 18 <use>
19 <flag name='glew'>Enable glew extensions</flag> 19 <flag name="glew">Enable glew extensions</flag>
20 <flag name='libeai'>Build EAI C library</flag> 20 <flag name="libeai">Build EAI C library</flag>
21 <flag name='opencl'>Enable OpenCL support</flag> 21 <flag name="opencl">Enable OpenCL support</flag>
22 <flag name='osc'>Allows for OSC-based control and communication between multiple freewrl instances</flag> 22 <flag name="osc">Allows for OSC-based control and communication between multiple freewrl instances</flag>
23 <flag name='java'>Build and install java EAI/SAI support library</flag> 23 <flag name="java">Build and install java EAI/SAI support library</flag>
24</use> 24 </use>
25 <upstream>
26 <remote-id type="sourceforge">freewrl</remote-id>
27 </upstream>
25</pkgmetadata> 28</pkgmetadata>

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