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Uncaught ReferenceError: BABYLON is not defined

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Hi,

I've just updated v3.0 to 3.2 and am getting this error:

Uncaught ReferenceError: BABYLON is not defined.

I'm using requirejs to load BJS, PEP and some other libs. Has something changed in 3.2 definitions?

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4 minutes ago, RaananW said:

3.2 has moved to UMD, and has a proper amd definition. you can now require babylonjs as a package. 

How did you load it until now? using externals?

requirejs(["pep", "babylon", this.settingsFile]...

Worked great... until now.

Babylon is a small part of the project I'm working on and is loaded via requirejs at runtime when needed.

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@RaananW, it's defined in the main.js file like following:

requirejs.config({
   shim: {
      easeljs: {
         exports: 'createjs'
      },
      tweenjs: {
         deps: ['easeljs'],
         exports: 'Tween'
      },
      movieclip: {
         deps: ['easeljs', 'tweenjs']
      },
      babylon: {
         exports: "BABYLON"
      },
      pep: {
         deps: ["babylon"]
      }



   },
   paths: {
      createjs: 'libs/createjs-2015.11.26.min',
           "pdfjs-dist": "libs/pdf/pdfjs-dist",
           babylon: "libs/3d/babylon/babylon",
           pep: "libs/3d/babylon/pep",
   }
});

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Hi @RaananW, thanks for the heads up. I've managed to load 3.2. Here's the requirejs definition (I did keep the shim as to make sure PEP is loaded and available to Babylon first):

 

requirejs.config({
   shim: {
      babylonjs: {
         exports: "BABYLON"
      },
      pep: {
         deps: ["babylonjs"]
      }
   },
   paths: {
           babylonjs: "libs/3d/babylon/babylon",
           pep: "libs/3d/babylon/pep",
   }
});

Hop this helps to whoever has problems with BJS 3.2 and AMD (requirejs).

Note:  I've changed babylon to babylonjs.

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