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Managed Physics Libraries

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I'm sorry if this question has been aksed recently already, i've not been around the froum for a while and the search feature is currently not working. Does anyone know of any physics and collision libraries written for use in managed code (that is .NET)? Thanks for your help.

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[quoteIt is about time someone came up with a managed library though..[/quote]

I do like a challenge. I do understand the science behind these things (I have a masters degree in maths after all!), maybe the ODE guys would be keen on seeing a full port of ODE to .NET rather than folks having to use other wrappers of other libs.

On the other hand, has anyone had any experience with the managed wrappers (I think there are ones for both Newton and ODE, not sure about tokamak though). Do you loose alot of speed due to the additional layer (the wrapper)?

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I would make an attempt at a port if I had the time/energy.. I don't have a year/however long it would take to do that though.

.NET community needs more losers who have all the time in the world, and less losers like me who don't have a lot of time.

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