Extended C Library
Why Is libxc needed? There doesn't exist a library for ANSI C99 for common data containers, such as vectors, trees, etc. There also also doesn't exist a library for common functionality, such as error reporting/logging, string functions, configuration management (reading config files), etc... The programmer working in C doesn't have anything analogous to the Boost C++ library. The extended C library is intended to make some headway into providing this functionality. To ensure unrestricted usage the libxc project is provided under the very permissive BSD license. If you need a different license then please send me a request (lelanthran at gmail) and I'll do my best to satisfy your request. What's completed? As of writing, the following libraries have been written and tested: 1. Memory accounting/tracking 2. String operations 3. Vectors 4. Trees 5. Dictionary arrays 6. Configuration management See the wiki page for more information
Further development of the PhysX plugin for Gamestudio A8, originally created by Chris Kahler and made open source by OpGroup.
A DirectX based graphics/physics engine
As of now, an independently developed graphics/physics engine for use with DirectX9/DirectX11 and C++. I'm only working on this during my free time, so it will not be updated too often unless I have something major to add to it. Outside insight would be appreciated.
The goal of this project is to provide well-tuned, openCL based cLAPACK/cBLAS-like library, designed for large sized data or large amount of small sized data.
Intended to be a portable environment for 2D and 3D sprite,tile and bitmap game programming.