Turbulenz SDK 0.10.0 is an update for both the Turbulenz Engine Installer and SDK components.
Please see the Change List for details on API changes.
Performance of any Python modules could potentially be slower if speed-ups cannot be compiled. It is recommended that you install Visual Studio before installing the Turbulenz SDK, so that the speed-ups can be configured in the environment. If you are using a 64bit version of Python you must have installed a 64bit version of the Visual Studio compilers.
Hash navigation has been implemented to allow easier navigation through the Local Server and bookmarking of the specific pages
Metrics now include HTTP request status codes and highlighting for the requests with errors (4**, 5**)
Pop-up message notifications about newer versions of SDK and Engine available to download
Pop-up message warning to Windows OS users accessing Local Server through localhost/
The engine requires a CPU that supports SSE2.
For shader support the engine requires a GPU that supports GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language).
The SDK HTML help search feature does not work on Chrome. See http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=47416.
Running Turbulenz tools at the same time as the Local Server can sometimes result in access errors in “simplejson_speedupds.pyd”. Please close the Local Server before running any Turbulenz tools.
Some browsers don’t support delete on native engine object properties, e.g. delete techniqueParameters.diffuse does not work, use techniqueParameters.diffuse = undefined instead.
Sound stuttering can be heard when the browser is using 100% of CPU.
In some cases, refreshing a web page when a Turbulenz application is requesting data can leave the browser in an inconsistent state. Please avoid refreshing when the application is still loading.
In some cases on Windows 7, the SDK installer is unable to automatically open the Windows Firewall for the Local Server on a local network if UAC is enabled. To allow the Local Server to be accessed over a local network, please manually update the Windows Firewall rule.