Panda3D: a new C++/python engine
I just found out about this from the python people:
It's an open source release, and I think the license is "do what you like with it but don't complain to us".
It has a DirectX and OpenGL backend, which really got my attention. But it also looks big and scary.
Damn. I first heard about Panda3D a couple of years or so ago, when it was well-integrated with Squeak. But the ability to generate Squeak interfaces has been lost. Oh, well. At least Croquet is due to be released any day now.
Postscript: According to the paper, any language with a foreign function interface can use Panda3D's Interrogate System. Hmmm....
Last edited by TamLin; 09-04-2004 at 12:20 AM.
Thanks for posting this. That is a fantastic resource. I was looking for Python-scriptable engine and was beginning to settle on Nebula, but this looks to be very interesting.
Maybe I'm easily pleased, but that just made my day.