bram at sara.nl
Wed Aug 2 11:01:53 MST 2006
Matthew Koichi Grimes wrote:
> One foreseeable complaint is that it's hard-coded to constrain objects
> to the X-Y plane, as opposed to any arbitrary plane specified by a
> normal and an offset. I don't know if it's better to fix that before
> adding it to CVS, or add it and hope somebody fixes it.\
I incline towards fix first.
If the original contributor can tackle it, that would be fantastic.
> Bram: yes, it comes with a nice test_plane2d.cc program, but it needs to
> be moved from drawstuff/test.pserocka to ode/test. This involves a small
> edit to its code so it still finds the textures, and a small edit to the
> make process so it gets built.
> -- Matt
> Bram Stolk wrote:
>> Jason Perkins wrote:
>>> On 8/1/06, Matthew Koichi Grimes <mkg at cs.nyu.edu> wrote:
>>>> I got the dJointPlane2D code working with ode-0.6, and made a patch for
>>>> those interested. The patch and directions are now available off of the
>>>> 2D constraint howto:
>>> What's the feeling on this - should it be part of the core? There seem
>>> to be enough people asking about it to justify the addition. I can try
>>> to package it up as an contrib, but those never seem to stay up to
>>> date and I was sort of hoping to avoid creating new ones.
>> Just slam it in the trunk, and see if complaints emerge.
>> Probably not.
>> Does the contrib come with a good test_xxx.cpp program?
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