World Wind, an open source 3D interactive world viewer, was created by NASA's Learning Technologies project, and released in mid-2004. It is now developed by NASA staff and open source community developers.
…ndered anything in a particular frame. Added an example showing usage. This feature can be used to indicate whether a specific TiledImageLayer is in view.
|GDAL||re-added Mac OS X version of MrSID binary libraries|
|WWAndroid||updated files to show correct authorship.|
|WorldWind||Added protocol that enables detection of whether a TiledImageLayer re…|
|README.txt||Added description of the WWAndroid project to trunk/README.txt|
$Id$ This file explains the organization of the World Wind Subversion repository's trunk directories, and briefly outlines their contents. trunk/WorldWind The 'WorldWind' folder contains the World Wind Java SDK project. Many resources are available at http://oneworldwind.org to help you understand and use World Wind. Key files and folders in the World Wind Java SDK: - build.xml: Apache ANT build file for the World Wind Java SDK. - src: Contains all Java source files for the World Wind Java SDK, except the World Wind WMS Server. - server: Contains the World Wind WMS Server Java source files, build file, and deployment files. - lib-external/gdal: Contains the GDAL native binaries libraries that may optionally be distributed with World Wind. trunk/WWAndroid the 'WWAndroid' folder contains the World Wind Android SDK project. Many resource are available at http://oneworldwind.org/android to help you understand and use World Wind on Android. Key files and folders in the World Wind Android SDK: - build.xml: Apache ANT build file for the World Wind Android SDK. - src: Contains all Java source files for the World Wind Android SDK. - examples: Contains example applications that use the World Wind Android SDK. trunk/GDAL The 'GDAL' folder contains the GDAL native library project. This project produces the GDAL native libraries used by the World Wind Java SDK (see WorldWind/lib-external/gdal). The GDAL native library project contains detailed instructions for building the GDAL native libraries on the three supported platforms: Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.