Monday, May 01, 2006

Yes Virginia...

As a bank Holiday treat for OSX users I released the latest version of Oxidizer.

For any new comers Oxidizer is a fractal flame editor and rendered for Mac OSX that incorporates the flam3 code.

New features for this version are ...

Update to flam3 2.7b7 code, with support for the new features.
Multi-threaded rendering of movies.


Live value changes, so no change of focus is required for the new values to be used.
Preferences are now used with in the software.


Anonymous said...


i'm trying to follow the instructions to install in terminal but it keeps sayng "command not found" so i cant even login to download Oxidizer.

is there an easier way to install this software for the not so programming savvy. I'm an artist and am looking to explore some ideas with this program.

cheers Juz

11:49 AM, May 17, 2006  
jridlerphoto said...

Hi David

I'm a not-so-programming savvy artist. I'd love to use your program to test some ideas i've had. but i'm having major issues with the whole terminal thing.

is there an easier intallation method? or some more succinct "idiot's guide" to installing you're program.



11:54 AM, May 17, 2006  
jridlerphoto said...

oh sorry i didn't know the post thing posted the last message. apologies for repeating myself


11:55 AM, May 17, 2006  
Dave said...

What instructions are you following ? The Sourceforge cvs ones ?
If so don't worry about it, just point your brower at and download

Don't worry any the duplicate message, for some reason the
comments counter does not work, that way I've took so lon to answer.


3:40 PM, May 29, 2006  
Dave said...

Ah...I forgotten about the readme :-) Sopurceforge changed the CVS servers so the read me is out of date. I must fix that, the new commands are

cvs login

cvs -z3 co -P modulename

1:21 PM, June 07, 2006  

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