I've been playing around with the WavefrontObjParser that's not in Juce itself but is in a couple of the example applications.  I noticed that when I import Wavefront obj files with it that the normals weren't correct so lighting wasn't rendering correctly.  I tracked the problem down to the comparator operator in TripleIndex.

    struct TripleIndex
        TripleIndex() noexcept : vertexIndex (-1), textureIndex (-1), normalIndex (-1) {}
        bool operator< (const TripleIndex& other) const noexcept  { return vertexIndex < other.vertexIndex; }
        int vertexIndex, textureIndex, normalIndex;

It should be this instead which will cause a a new vertex to be created from a TripleIndex if it has a different vertexIndex, textureIndex, or normalIndex that any other existing vertex:

        bool operator< (const TripleIndex& other) const noexcept  
            // Short cut self comparison
            if (this == &other)
                return false;
            if (vertexIndex < other.vertexIndex)
                return true;
            else if (other.vertexIndex < vertexIndex)
                return false;
            if (textureIndex < other.textureIndex)
                return true;
            else if (other.textureIndex < textureIndex)
                return false;
            if (normalIndex < other.normalIndex)
                return true;
            else if (other.normalIndex < normalIndex)
                return false;
            return false;




Thanks, I'll sort that out!

(We should probably move that class into the "proper" library at some point too..)