mikes at October 15th, 2006 10:31 — #1
Just a simple suggustion to seperate engines that can be used in C and C++. Some engines these days just don't use good old C, so C/C++ doesn't really help when searching for an engine.
oisyn at October 15th, 2006 12:00 — #2
Surely you mean "old C", not "good old C"?
mikes at October 15th, 2006 12:04 — #3
Heheh, I know better than to argue with a C++ addict. Just a suggustion though.
juhnu at October 15th, 2006 23:43 — #4
I agree. I doesn't make sense to group C/C++ together as they were the same language when they really aren't.
mikes at December 16th, 2006 19:38 — #5
mikes at August 4th, 2007 16:35 — #6
Hate to revive my own post, but I've been patiently waiting for about half a year. It's next to impossible to find a C only engine. Here's my results(feel free to add any others pleas!) to start off the C only engine database.
Horde3D(is C++, but has .dll to be called from C)
Blitz3D SDK(also a .dll that can be called from C)
I'm hoping since the database is currently being updated, this can get some attention. Maybe just add the option for "C only" and that way nothing will break. Then slowly over time, users like myself can edit the quake entires, etc. so they are changed to "C only" or "Useable in C" or some type of equivilent entry.
punisher at February 3rd, 2008 16:44 — #7