> If you want a cube at each point, pass 'new Integer1DSet(1)' to
> setShapeSet(), then construct a cube as in visad/examples/Test47.java
> and pass it in a singleton array to setShapes(). You can map 'x'
> to Shape, since the Integer1DSet(1) with one member means that 'x'
> values are ignored.
I keep getting java.lang.NullPointerException for the following code:
ScalarMap shape_map = new ScalarMap(x,Display.Shape);
shapes = new VisADGeometryArray[max_points];
shapes[i] = makeCube();
ShapeControl shape_control = (ShapeControl) shape_map.getControl();
shape_control.setShapeSet(new Integer1DSet(1)); // ERROR on this line
Do I have to seperately set the values for Integer1DSet?