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non port: graphics/pixie/pkg-message

Number of commits found XX: 2

Sun, 4 Sep 2005
[ 03:52 lawrance ] Original commit 
1.17 graphics/pixie/Makefile
1.8 graphics/pixie/distinfo
1.3 graphics/pixie/files/
1.1 graphics/pixie/files/
1.2 graphics/pixie/pkg-message
- Update to 1.4.5.
- Move pkg-message to files/ so the substitutions work.

PR:             ports/85668
Submitted by:   Igor Pokrovsky <> (maintainer)
Sun, 1 Feb 2004
[ 15:54 krion ] Original commit 
1.660 graphics/Makefile
1.1 graphics/pixie/Makefile
1.1 graphics/pixie/distinfo
1.1 graphics/pixie/files/
1.1 graphics/pixie/files/
1.1 graphics/pixie/pkg-descr
1.1 graphics/pixie/pkg-message
1.1 graphics/pixie/pkg-plist
Add pixie 1.3.1,

Pixie is a RenderMan like photorealistic renderer. It is being
developed in the hope that it will be useful for graphics
research and for people who can not afford a commercial

Some of supported features:
* All RenderMan 3.4 primitives
* Programmable shading (RenderMan Shading Language)
* High quality texture/shadow/environment mapping
* High dynamic range input/output
* Raytracing
* Motion blur
* Depth of field
* Reyes style rendering (very fast)
* Occlusion culling
* Area light sources
* Network parallel rendering
* DSO shaders
* Global illumination
* Photon mapping

PR:             ports/62140
Submitted by:   Igor Pokrovsky <>

Number of commits found XX: 2

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