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EPhysics 0.1.0

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 FOR ANY ISSUES PLEASE EMAIL:
 enlightenment-devel@lists.sourceforge.net

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Requirements:
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Must:
  libc
  ecore (at least 1.2.99)
  ecore-evas (at least 1.2.99)
  evas (at least 1.2.99)
  bullet (at least 2.79)

EPhysics is a library that manages Ecore, Evas and Bullet Physics into
an easy to use way. It's a kind of wrapper, a glue, between these libraries.
It's not intended to be a physics library (we already have many out there).

WARNING: if you are building Bullet Physics instead of using a package,
use cmake build option. Autotools seems to be unmaintained.

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COMPILING AND INSTALLING:

  $ ./configure
  $ make
(as root unless you are installing in your users directories):
  $ make install

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TESTS

There are a project with many tests for ephysics, including a logo example,
and a sandbox util.

It's called ephysics_test, and may be found at:

http://svn.enlightenment.org/svn/e/trunk/ephysics_tests

Tests require the library Elementary to be build.

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DOCS

To generate documentation, doxygen is required.

  $ make doc

will create a ephysics/doc/html directory. You could start looking at
index.html.