I just updated jmp, and it now shows an error message when i open jmp.
this is the error message:
[java]Exception in scene!
(java.lang.IllegalStateException: Cannot render mesh without shader bound)[/java]My game also looked like it was lagging, when i still got over 600 fps. it didn’t do this before the update.
but i actually posted it here becouse i don’t know if this is a bug and if i should report it.
I guess you just have to disable the Welcome Screen plugin to solve this for now.
You can add a check for OpenGL3 (renderer.getCaps().contains(Caps.OpenGL3)).
All OGL3 cards should support the planet shader
There is a check for OpenGL 2.1 (which this shader apparently needs at least from my tests with Ruth) I guess this is something else.
@beniboy: If possible, can you please post the entire content of the log and not just the exception?
Hi, I have the same issue since the update.
It seems a compile error in the shader, looks like the first line contains some extrange character, so deleting the first line should do it:
At least happens in these two:
MatDefs/GroundFromSpace.vert compile error: 0(2) : error C0204: version directive must be first statement and may not be repeated
MatDefs/SkyFromSpace.frag compile error: 0(2) : error C0204: version directive must be first statement and may not be repeated
EDIT: Opening the file with an editor I don’t see any odd character but in the console it shows a square in the first line, maybe this has to do with the shader loader / compiler.
oh, we recently added automatic #vesion appending to the shader with the version defined in the j3md file.
So there must be #version110 twice in the generated shader.
@jiyarza It’s a shame you can’t see the welcome screen, you should like it
Oh, I love it :). Really, I have been enjoying it for quite some time already. This small issue just appeared yesterday when I updated to the latest nightly build.
I actually already fixed this issue for jMP, just gotta wait for an update