COLLADA Document Object Model (DOM) C++ Library
Contents of COLLADA Package
The COLLADA Document Object Model (DOM) is an application programming interface (API) that provides a C++ object representation of a COLLADA XML instance document.
This project is a library for loading and saving COLLADA documents that can contain 2D, 3D, physics and other types of content. It allows developers to create applications that can exchange COLLADA documents with commercial content creation tools such as Maya, Max or Softimage.
This project is a very lightweight version of the Sourceforce Collada Repository. It maintains only the base collada parser with minimal dependencies.
Everything in this package can be built on any platform using CMake. For additional information on tools and plugins that support COLLADA, or to get help from the Internet community of COLLADA users, please visit www.collada.org
Questions, bug reports and feature requests should go to our GitHub site
The binary packages only contain release builds. If you need to debug the DOM you should download the source and build it on your machine. The Visual Studio packages include debug builds because you can't link a release DOM into a debug app with that compiler. The debug info has been stripped though to keep the download size down.
+--dom The DOM library for Parsing COLLADA Documents | +--codeGen | +--external-libs Open source libraries used by DOM | +--include | +--license | +--src | +--... | +--licenses Licenses for open source software included in COLLADA Viewer | +--other | +--license_e.txt | +--README.rst This file
Building the COLLADA package
Using CMake, so can build on Linux, Windows, and MAC OSX:
mkdir -p build cd build cmake .. make make install
By default both 1.5 and 1.4 libraries will be installed.
Original PLAYSTATION(R)3 COLLADA Package (up to version 2.2) is:
- Copyright (C) 2009 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
- All Rights Reserved.
Special thanks to the following people for their contributions
Heinrich Fink (Mac support) JT Anderson (Tinyxml support) Michel Briand (Linux shared library support) Kai Klesatschke (bug reporting, Windows character encoding fixes) Guy Rabiller (bug reporting) Rodrigo Hernandez (MinGW support) Alex De Pereyra (bug reporting) Alberto Luaces (bug reporting) Michael Wojcik (Visual Studio 2010 Support) Rosen Diankov (patches for 1.5, cmake support, collada namespaces, github maintenance)
Apologies if I missed anyone (please let me know!).
firstname.lastname@example.org 2008 Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc