#### GLU bug!

Hi!

Is there a bug in GLU Version 1.3.500? I do such things
like....

gluDisk(obj, 10, 10, 25, 1);

....but nothing happens. There is nothing to see! When i use
gluQuadricDrawStyle(obj, GLU_LINE) all worked how we expect
it.

I am using Debian-Linux.

Thanks!
Heiko

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Heiko
7/20/2003 10:34:03 PM
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Heiko Jappe <hej@gis.de> writes:
> Is there a bug in GLU Version 1.3.500? I do such things
> like....
>
>   gluDisk(obj, 10, 10, 25, 1);
>
> ...but nothing happens. There is nothing to see! When i use
> gluQuadricDrawStyle(obj, GLU_LINE) all worked how we expect
> it.

Try switching off backface culling.  If that makes the disk appear, it's
simply facing the wrong way.
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Jens
7/21/2003 10:40:52 AM
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