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DLL Talk / Sparky's Collision DLL Open Sourced

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Paul Johnston
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Posted: 29th Apr 2013 03:32
I've recently had a few requests for changes to the Collision DLL I wrote a while back but I have no interest or time to work on it further. So Attached is the source code and a very permissive license, you can basically do whatever you like with the code.

It's been so long since I last looked at this code I probably won't be able to help understand it, so please don't email me about it. It's yours now

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BMacZero
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Posted: 29th Apr 2013 10:27
Sweet, thanks for all your work, Paul!

TheComet
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Posted: 29th Apr 2013 12:00
Thank you Paul for this wonderful DLL!

To anyone bold enough to wade through the code, I recommend reading this to get an overview of how sliding collision works. I used this document for collision in a Java project and it worked wonderfully.

http://www.peroxide.dk/download/tutorials/tut10/pxdtut10.html

I assume Paul used the same principle for his DLL.

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