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Re: irrBullet 0.1.8 - Bullet physics wrapper

Postby mongoose7 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 3:18 pm

Looks like bad form to copy Bullet into Irrbullet. I think you should look at how Irrbullet is linked and set the reference to Bullet correctly.
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Re: irrBullet 0.1.8 - Bullet physics wrapper

Postby jorgerosa » Mon Jan 05, 2015 7:10 pm

Yep. But I prefered that way only to not change "irrbullet" headers files. Else you will have to link to Bullet lib too, the only advantage of this was to keep it simple as possible, and to avoid issues. (As the one that "Christi258" had, described in his previous post) :wink:
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Re: irrBullet 0.1.8 - Bullet physics wrapper

Postby hahajiang » Tue May 12, 2015 3:02 am

Here I'd like to share my approach using irrBullet0.18 & Bullet2.82 & irrlicht1.8.1 on windows & MSVS2010.
1. Copy the content in ..\bullet-2.82-r2704\src\ to ..\irrBullet-0.1.8\source\bheaders\Bullet\.(Replace the old ones with your new Bullet src)
2. Copy the libs in \bullet-2.82-r2704\lib\ to \irrBullet-0.1.8\lib\win32_visualstudio\2010\Debug(Release).(Need corresponding libs)
3. Open ..\irrBullet-0.1.8\source\msvc\2010\irrBullet.sln to compile. ###you will got some errors during generating, but don't worry! Just follow this(http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=36861&hilit=irrbullet&start=435) by jorgerosa. And you'll got all things right!
Good luck!
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Re: irrBullet 0.1.8 - Bullet physics wrapper

Postby Feuerstern » Tue Sep 15, 2015 6:31 pm

I think about using Bullet in my project,still make it sense to use irrBullet now that no one works on it? (The site seems to be offline)
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Re: irrBullet 0.1.8 - Bullet physics wrapper

Postby bkeys » Mon May 09, 2016 5:16 am

Feuerstern wrote:I think about using Bullet in my project,still make it sense to use irrBullet now that no one works on it? (The site seems to be offline)

A friend of mine and myself are maintaining a fork of irrBullet, our repository is here:
https://github.com/CollectiveTyranny/irrBullet
We are in the process of stepping up the documentation a bit. However irrBullet is no longer dead :D
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