From Rosetta Code
- But it is necessary to know what language tag to use. For languages that are not yet supported, the language tag is not listed in the list of supported languages, and therefore you would not know what to write in the tag. If everybody uses different language tag, it will not work if the language becomes supported. --PauliKL 21:12, 14 February 2009 (UTC)
Wow, TG has come a long way from when I used it on an old K6-200. Back then, IIRC, it only supported an isometric viewpoint, water level and a heightmap-driven palette. --Short Circuit 18:44, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
- The TerraGen images at my homepage were done with TG 0.9. I have not done much with TG2. TG2 is much more difficult to use and it is much slower, but it can render trees and other objects, has better 3d clouds etc.
- BTW, my old Mandelbrot program (in the DOS Programs section) can display isometric view with heighmap-driven palette. I made that some time around 1985. --PauliKL 21:23, 26 March 2009 (UTC)