Hello, I just signed up, and I was wondering the guy who made JibLibX, what is his email?
I want to contact him asking some questions.
JigLibX is firmly based on JigLib so if you're after deep physics technicalities the creator of JigLib may be able to help out. As far as I can tell there were a couple of different people who "started" JigLibX but only Noone88 has really been active. He can be contacted from his profile page, http://www.codeplex.com/site/users/view/noone88.
Well noone88 isn't really active anymore, and I wouldn't expect much from him now that he has decided to create his own physics engine that he is trying to sell. Which to me is a little icky since my guess would be certain portions are very similiar to jiglib but to each their own, everyone I guess has to make money.
I wouldn't expect much from him now that he has decided to create his own physics engine that he is trying to sell
everyone I guess has to make money.
Yeah, what will i do with the several millions of dollars? ;)
I always hoped that at some time the community takes over JigLibX but there are not enough people skilled in physics and programming. When there are any patches I will apply them - when there is someone who wants to join the JigLibX team, just write me a mail… moc.scisyhp-rettij|nimda#moc.scisyhp-rettij|nimda . The point is: JigLib is fully ported, this is what I wanted to archieve - and it's done. If someone else wants to remove bugs or make the code better - let me know.