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snear(R)

26.01.2017, 22:17
 

Looking for source code of Panard Vision 3D Engine (Miscellaneous)

Does someone have the source code of the Panard Vision 3D engine? I used the engine a long time ago, but always used the precompiled library. It was available at this website:

https://web.archive.org/web/20031104093312/http://...p;sortby=dfilename&sortorder=ASC&page=1

I tried to contact the author, but none of his mail addresses seem to work anymore.

Thanks,
Benjamin

fissuras(R)

02.05.2017, 02:39

@ snear

Looking for source code of Panard Vision 3D Engine

I've found it on an old backup. You can grab a copy here:

https://github.com/Fissuras/PanardVision



> Does someone have the source code of the Panard Vision 3D engine? I used
> the engine a long time ago, but always used the precompiled library. It was
> available at this website:
>
> https://web.archive.org/web/20031104093312/http://...p;sortby=dfilename&sortorder=ASC&page=1
>
> I tried to contact the author, but none of his mail addresses seem to work
> anymore.
>
> Thanks,
> Benjamin

snear(R)

19.05.2017, 01:20

@ fissuras

Looking for source code of Panard Vision 3D Engine

I highly appreciate your effort to look into your backups and upload the source. Thank you very much!

Benjamin

> I've found it on an old backup. You can grab a copy here:
>
> https://github.com/Fissuras/PanardVision
>
>
>
> > Does someone have the source code of the Panard Vision 3D engine? I used
> > the engine a long time ago, but always used the precompiled library. It
> was
> > available at this website:
> >
> >
> https://web.archive.org/web/20031104093312/http://...p;sortby=dfilename&sortorder=ASC&page=1
> >
> > I tried to contact the author, but none of his mail addresses seem to
> work
> > anymore.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Benjamin

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