Mesh Prim Equivalence test

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Purpose

Test the prim equivalence of mesh objects. (See Mesh for Mesh feature details)

Test Plan

Verify upload window prim equivalent matches in-world prim equivalent

  • Upload a model (Build menu > Upload > Model) and choose duck.dae. (from https://collada.org/owl/browse.php?sess=0&parent=126&expand=1&order=name&curview=0)
  • Look at the Model upload window and note the Estimated Streaming Cost.
  • Note the physics cost. (There's only streaming cost right now, in build 2.4.0 (214148))
  • Click the Upload button, wait for the duck to upload, and rez the duck on the ground.
  • Edit the duck
  • Verify the Resource Cost (or the cost next to "Linked Sets") in the edit window matches the Estimated Streaming Cost you noted from the upload window. If the Resource Cost is equal to the Physics Cost, this is because the Physics cost is larger than the Streaming cost. Go back and import the model again but increase the scale by 10x.
  • Verify the Physics Cost in the edit window matches the value you noted from the upload window.

Verify in-world prim equivalent matches edit tool prim equivalent

  • Right-click the parcel and choose About Land from the context menu.
  • Open the Objects tab of the window and note the Prims on parcel
  • Rez the duck on the parcel
  • Right-click the parcel and choose About Land from the context menu.
  • Open the Objects tab of the window and note how much the Prims on parcel has increased.
  • Edit the duck
  • Verify the prim equivalent in the edit window matches the increase in the Prims on parcel.

Scaling a mesh (set to Prim) changes its prim equivalent

  • Set the object physics to Prim
  • Scale the mesh up
  • Verify the Streaming cost (the first number in the edit tools) increases
  • Scale the mesh down
  • Verify the Streaming cost (the first number in the edit tools) decreases

Scaling a Convex Hull mesh will not change its prim equivalence

  • Set a mesh object's physics to Convex Hull
  • Scale the mesh up and down
  • Verify the prim equivalent remains the same at all scales.

Appears that prim equivalency drops to 1.0 if 2 of the dimensions are less than 0.2m. Is this the expected behavior? Falcon says Yes. See Physics_Cost_test for more details.

Verify parcel prim limits are correct after parcel operations

  • subdivide parcel
  • join parcels
  • sell parcel
  • sell objects with parcel
  • deed parcel to group
  • reclaim parcel by the estate owner
  • force ownership by administrator

Verify parcel prim limits are correct after changing Region Object Bonus

  • Change World > Place Profile > Retion/Estate > Region > Object Bonus to 10.
  • Create a mesh on a parcel
  • Verify the "Prims parcel supports" has increased tenfold and the available primitive usage on the parcel is correct after subtracting the Resource usage of the objects on the parcel. (don't mind the small rounding errors. eg. a 512 sq. m parcel will support 1171 prims instead of 1170)

Temporary non-mesh objects

  • Verify Temporary primitive-based objects do not count toward the parcel object limit
  • Verify Temporary primitive-based objects do not count against the sim prim limit (ctrl-shift-1 to open the Statistics bar, Simulator > Objects)

Temporary meshes

  • Rez a mesh object and set Temporary to on.
  • Verify Temporary Mesh objects do count toward the parcel object limit.
  • Verify Temporary Mesh objects do count against the sim prim limit.
  • Link 2 boxes together and set the child box's Physics Shape Type to None. This object now uses Mesh accounting.
  • Set the linked set's Temporary to on.
  • Verify these linked set objects do count toward the parcel object limit.
  • Verify Temporary Mesh objects do count against the sim prim limit.

Mesh objects count against the Sim prim limit as only one prim. bug https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SH-269, https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SH-86

Objects as Vehicles

  • Objects that an avatar is sitting on do not count toward the parcel object limit. (About Land > Primitive usage claims that the object will be deleted but because the object is in the "Selected/sat upon" state it will not be returned)
  • Objects that an avatar is sitting on do count against the sim prim limit

Meshes as Vehicles

  • Meshes that an avatar is sitting on do not count toward the parcel object limit. (About Land > Primitive usage claims that the object will be deleted but because the object is in the "Selected/sat upon" state it will not be returned)
  • Meshes that an avatar is sitting on do count against the sim prim limit

Objects as Attachments

  • Attachments do not count toward the parcel object limit

Meshes as Attachments

  • Mesh attachments do not count toward the parcel object limit

Selected Objects

  • Selected objects do not count toward the parcel prim limit (About Land > Primitive usage claims that the object will be deleted but because the object is in the "Selected/sat upon" state it will not be returned)
  • Selected objects do count toward the sim prim limit

Selected Meshes

  • Selected meshes do not count toward the parcel prim limit (About Land > Primitive usage claims that the object will be deleted but because the object is in the "Selected/sat upon" state it will not be returned)
  • Selected meshes do count toward the sim prim limit