Monday, March 3, 2008

Ode transferred to pyrex

After a long two days I completed the ode to pyrex transfer. Ode is much bigger and more powerful than first perceived, coming in at at almost 500 functions! With such a large API there are many things that can be done with this library, which is why it is used alongside OpenGL for all physics.


Susheel said...
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Susheel said...

Hi Jon,

Is there a link to the code? I'm currently trying to benchmark a few python-3d physics libraries, PySoy included. I have tried PyODE, but it seems to be rather outdated i.e. linked to ODE v0.7.

If not, could you at least let me know the actual steps needed to convert the ODE apis to pyrex.