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Olby
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Posted: 10th Dec 2006 19:35 Edited at: 10th Dec 2006 19:36
Can someone share an example code of them working together? I once tried to make ODE with DAI compatible but I never managed to finish it. Can anyone confirm that they even work together? I'm now in need to write my technical documents and I need to plan this right now.

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Olby

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Olby
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Posted: 13th Dec 2006 18:10
Anyone? I really need help with this because there are no posts about ode + d.ai here.

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White knight
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Posted: 5th Jan 2007 06:26
well try newton it woeks well with it.

abcd
Olby
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Posted: 7th Jan 2007 17:04
newton does not suit my current needs. i used newton in my recent project and i found it to be quite heavy and complex for my current fps project. ode is enough simple and not as problematic as DarkPHYSICS (additional drivers required and large dll size) and NEWTON (mainly almost no support anymore and complex system).

i dont want to use Newton anymore because if it will become incompatible with DBPro u6.3+ then there wont be new version released so quickly for it.

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Airslide
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Posted: 7th Jan 2007 23:37
DarkPhysics would probally work best, I'm not sure if ODE has any commands designed to handle characters.

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