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NAMEk3d - 3D modeling and animation system.
K-3D is the free (as in freedom) 3D modeling, animation, and rendering system for systems including GNU/Linux, Mac OSX, Windows, and others. K-3D features a robust, object-oriented plugin architecture and is capable of producing motion-picture-quality output when paired with a RenderMan Interface compliant render engine such as Aqsis.
- Prepends a filesystem path to the PATH environment variable.
- Enables batch (no user intervention) mode.
- Color-codes log messages based on their priority. Requires an ANSI color-capable terminal.
- Disables the given OpenGL extension (whether it is supported by the underlyinghardware or not).
- Enables the given OpenGL extension (whether it is supported by the underlying hardware or not).
- Exits the program after startup (useful when running scripts in batch mode).
- Prints this help information and exits.
- List available OpenGL extensions and exit.
- Overrides the path for loading locales.
- Specifies the minimal message priority to display: warning, information or debug. Defaults to warning.
- Overrides the filepath for storing user options (this overrides the default and the K3D_OPTIONS_PATH environment variable).
- Overrides the path(s) for loading plugin libraries (this overrides the default and the K3D_PLUGIN_PATHS environment variable). Multiple colon-delimited paths are allowed. Use "&" as a synonym for the default paths.
- Disable color-coding of log messages based on their priority.
- Executes the given script text after startup.
- Executes the given script file after startup (use - for stdin).
- Set an environment variable using name=value syntax.
- Overrides the path where compiled shaders will be cached (this overrides the default and the K3D_SHADER_CACHE_PATH environment variable).
- Overrides the path for loading shared data files (this overrides the default and the K3D_SHARE_PATH environment variable).
- Prints the process name next to log messages.
- Prints timestamps next to log messages.
- Logs messages to syslog.
- Specifies the user interface to use at startup: nui, ngui, qtui, pyui, or the path to a user interface plugin (this overrides the default and the K3D_USER_INTERFACE_PATH environment variable).
- Prints additional command line options based on the the current choice of user interface, and exits.
- Prints program version information and exits.
- Provides additional options that are appended to the command-line at startup. Note that unlike other K-3D environment variables, options specified via K3D_EXTRA_OPTIONS will override options specified on the command line. Typically used to pass command-line arguments when running the program from the build tree.
- Overrides the path for storing user options (this overrides the default, but can be overridden by the --options option).
- Overrides the path(s) for loading plugin libraries (this overrides the default, but can be overridden by the --plugins option). Multiple colon-delimited paths are allowed. Use "&" as a synonym for the default paths.
- Overrides the path where compiled shaders are cached (this overrides the default, but can be overridden by the --shadercache option).
- Overrides the path for loading shared data files (this overrides the default, but can be overridden by the --share option).
- Overrides the path to the user interface plugin (this overrides the default, but can be overridden by the --ui option).
- Failure (syntax or usage error; configuration error; runtime failure; unexpected error).
See the K-3D tracker at developer.k-3d.org/tracker and report bugs to <email@example.com>
K-3D by Timothy M. Shead <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and many others.
K-3D home page: www.k-3d.org
Copyright (c) 1995-2010, Timothy M. Shead. All Rights Reserved. This software is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.