By Guillaume Chereau firstname.lastname@example.org
Official webpage: https://goxel.xyz
You can use goxel to create voxel graphics (3D images formed of cubes). It works on Linux, BSD, Windows and macOS.
The last release files can be downloaded from there.
Fisherman house, made with Goxel by Thibault Simar
Goxel is released under the GPL3 licence.
- 24 bits RGB colors.
- Unlimited scene size.
- Unlimited undo buffer.
- Marching Cube rendering.
- Procedural rendering.
- Export to obj, pyl, png, magica voxel, qubicle.
- Ray tracing.
- Left click: apply selected tool operation.
- Middle click: rotate the view.
- right click: pan the view.
- Left/Right arrow: rotate the view.
- Mouse wheel: zoom in and out.
The building system uses scons. You can compile in debug with 'scons', and in release with 'scons mode=release'. On Windows, I only tried to build with msys2. The code is in C99, using some gnu extensions, so it does not compile with msvc.
Install dependencies using your package manager. On Debian/Ubuntu:
- scons - pkg-config - libglfw3-dev - libgtk-3-dev
Then to build, run the command:
You need to install msys2 mingw, and the following packages:
pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-gcc pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-glfw pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-libtre-git pacman -S scons pacman -S make
Then to build:
In order for your contribution to Goxel to be accepted, you have to sign the Goxel Contributor License Agreement (CLA). This is mostly to allow me to distribute the mobile branch goxel under a non GPL licence.
Also, please read the contributing document.