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DLL Talk / Aarrrgh, Cant find the Newton wrapper source code.

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monotonic
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Posted: 31st May 2008 01:27
Hi,

I have spent the last hour trying to find the source code to walabers newton wrapper for DBP, I can't for the life of me find it. I know it is on here somewhere, I think somebody has nicked it!

Does anybody know where it is or maybe even have a copy of it on their hard-drive? It doesn't matter which version, I just want to see how he is doing something.


Thnaks

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James H
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Posted: 31st May 2008 01:43
Its stickied in Program Anouncements
monotonic
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Posted: 31st May 2008 01:58
James H

I'm looking for the source-code to the wrapper. IIRC, it did used to be in the zip with the wrapper itself but, it doesn't seem to be there anymore.

I just want to see how he is doing the matrix transforms.

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Posted: 31st May 2008 02:29
Sorry about that - maybe this link is of some use?
http://walaber.proboards23.com/index.cgi?board=newtdiscuss&action=display&thread=466

Never been that involved with it so never noticed if source was there or not, was only aware of the SDK. Haven`t got a copy in any of my zips though, sorry.
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Posted: 31st May 2008 02:39 Edited at: 31st May 2008 02:40
Thanks that looks pretty informative, will read through it when I get a spare five minutes. Cheers

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