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integrate C++ into browser

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Hi,

I have created an online game in C++ using Irrlicht, I am wondering
what is the easiest way for me make that game browser playable... in
terms of flexibility/learning curve, what is the easiest way? Flash?
Shockwave? Do they have C++ bindings somehow? What are the other
options? I have very little understanding of Adobe products..

Thanks a lot.

Benson.

Nov 9 '06 #1
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Be********@googlemail.com wrote:
I have created an online game in C++ using Irrlicht, I am wondering
what is the easiest way for me make that game browser playable... in
terms of flexibility/learning curve, what is the easiest way? Flash?
Shockwave? Do they have C++ bindings somehow? What are the other
options? I have very little understanding of Adobe products..
Collectively, and by definition, we do just as well. This is a C++
newsgroup. C++ language Standard defines _nothing_ WRT Adobe products.

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