Wings3D is an advanced sub-division 3D modeler.
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icons Do not use wx during build Oct 17, 2016
macosx Fix quit from dock menu and release scipts Oct 13, 2016
patches Added patches directory (it used to be created by wings_src_rel). Apr 25, 2009
plugins Remove unused fonts directories. May 30, 2009
plugins_src Added a window interface for Snap Image command. Feb 8, 2017
textures Fix image plane helper picture Aug 6, 2015
tools Every semi permanent process hangs below supervision tree Feb 8, 2017
unix Remove leftover comment from appdata May 11, 2016
win32 Update preference location code Feb 7, 2017
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.gitignore Every semi permanent process hangs below supervision tree Feb 8, 2017
.travis.yml Add travis build script Feb 9, 2017
AUTHORS Mentioned a few more people. May 2, 2009
BUILD.unix Update Readme requirements Oct 19, 2016
BUILD.win32 Update Readme requirements Oct 19, 2016
CodingGuidelines auto-import fixes for erlang 14B Oct 6, 2010
Makefile remove old fonts Aug 6, 2015
OLD-NOTES Added Notes-2 and removed old notes files Aug 12, 2015
README-20.txt Prepare for release Jun 21, 2016
README-21.txt NOTE: Added a Japanese translation provided by Tsukubado(tkbd), thank… Mar 21, 2011



Wings3D is an advanced sub-division modeller inspired by the Nendo
and Mirai modellers from Izware.

Wings on the net

If you need help

The Wings users at

are generally helpful. There is also thread there for
posting bug reports.

System Requirements for Running Wings

A working OpenGL driver. There will never be a version
of Wings for DirectX.

How to build Wings 3D

If you want to build Wings yourself, you'll need to download
the source tar file from

Build instructions are found in one of the following text files
included in the source tar file.

BUILD.unix	How to build for a unix-like system, such as
		GNU Linux or MacOS X.

BUILD.win32	How to build for Microsoft Windows.