As someone new to Python and Ogre I learned a lot the past few days from using the sf_OIS.py file to work through the wiki tutorials. I decided to post my working tutorial code for Python-Ogre 1.0RC2a in the hopes that it may help out some other new users until the wiki gets updated.
Next I'll be putting together a very basic framework for loading and testing my models and materials from Maya. I've also started learning wxPython, which is a very cool library.
Code moved to the wiki:
Very Cool !! Perhaps you would like to start a tutorial section on the Python-Ogre.org wiki ??
Sure. I haven't modified a wiki before, but if you create a tutorial section I'll figure it out and update then add the five beginner tutorials from Ogre3d.org.
I did not see a way to register for the site so I'll pm you with my email addy.
I have the first tutorial up and plan to add at least one each day so they should all be completed soon. I'll add a "Things to try" section to each one afterwards.
Here is a link to the first tutorial:
Seeing this type of information being posted is great !!!!
very good man.
thanks very much
it is of much utility for the novices like I ....
I have code up for Basic Tutorial 05: CEGUI and Ogre
if anyone is interested. I'm finally getting to tutorials that were never added to the PyOgre page on Ogre3D.org.
I also moved all of the code posted here to the wiki. I'm still in the process of converting the actual tutorial text though.
Again, let me say thank you for all the tutorials..
I've added a link to the http://www.python-ogre.org/
page (under Documentation) to a page that automatically finds all the tutorials.
If you keep with the naming scheme ("Tutorial_xxxx") then these will show in the list -- I'll also look at the macro to see if we can automatically pull out a brief description to show on the page.
Well, it's just my way of saying thanks for Python-Ogre, I'm really loving this app because coding in C++ hurts my head. I tested out your link and the tutorial listing is working great. I'll stick to the naming scheme specified.
I have to finish up a 3D model by Sunday night, so I probably won't get a chance to start on the intermediate tutorials until next week. But I'll try to finish up transferring the text for all the basic tutorials this week.
"Posted: Sat Jun 23, 2007"
I am guessing the tutorial has now been abandoned?
It was so good though...
Are there any other tutorials out there that are relevant to Python Ogre?