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buffer.uri / image.uri validator accepting non-relative uri only, and not resources served over http(s)

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Hi all,

Firstly, thank you very much for the plugin, it has made the workflow much much easier.

I was working with a project where binary resources easily adaptable to gltf format already exists and are served over https. After generating buffer.uri with values such as http://localhsot:3001/buffer, the validator complains about NON_RELATIVE_URI.

Is it an anti-pattern to serve buffer uri/image uri over http(s)?

coincidentally, gltf previewer, babylon.js does not load the buffer.uri served over http, but threejs does.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Comments:5 (2 by maintainers)

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lexaknyazevcommented, Dec 10, 2018

It’s not an anti-pattern per se, since the validator issues a warning, not an error. The reasoning is simple: not all clients will acquire external resources from URIs with explicit schemas (be it http:// or file://), so such assets are less portable. Of course, application-specific use cases for absolute URIs are valid.

As for babylon.js not loading resources over http, it may be an issue with VSCode plugin or Babylon.

/cc @emackey @bghgary

bghgarycommented, Dec 10, 2018

Not sure why Three works and Babylon does not.

Babylon assumes urls are relative by default. It will not work with absolute urls without custom settings.

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