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Hi,

A few friends and myself were thinking of writing a graphical engine
based on OpenGL. Does Python have the required speed for that task? Are
there any examples out there of open-source engines which we can look
at? A Google search yielded no interesting results, but then again I'm
probably missing something.

Vlad
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Nov 9 '07 #1
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Vlad Dogaru schrieb:
Hi,

A few friends and myself were thinking of writing a graphical engine
based on OpenGL. Does Python have the required speed for that task? Are
there any examples out there of open-source engines which we can look
at? A Google search yielded no interesting results, but then again I'm
probably missing something.
Look e.g. at spyro.

Diez
Nov 9 '07 #2

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Vlad Dogaru wrote:
A few friends and myself were thinking of writing a graphical engine
based on OpenGL. Does Python have the required speed for that task? Are
there any examples out there of open-source engines which we can look
at? A Google search yielded no interesting results, but then again I'm
probably missing something.
http://www.ogre3d.org/wiki/index.php/PyOgre

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Karlo Lozovina -- Mosor
Nov 9 '07 #3

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Karlo Lozovina wrote:
Vlad Dogaru wrote:
>A few friends and myself were thinking of writing a graphical engine
based on OpenGL. Does Python have the required speed for that task? Are
there any examples out there of open-source engines which we can look
at? A Google search yielded no interesting results, but then again I'm
probably missing something.

http://www.ogre3d.org/wiki/index.php/PyOgre
Ogre is nice at a glance, but we are looking to write our own engine. I
realise it's deplicating effort, but we're looking to learn.

Vlad

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Nov 9 '07 #4

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