-Is it possible to lock the rear wheels in order to drift? (It will help a lot in simulating a rally car)
-If it is not implemented: does the physical engine support it?
-In which source files should I look to implement this control?
Moreover: In order to make easier to modify the code, commenting it with the syntax accepted by
doxygen (see www.doxygen.org) will help a lot.
…oops: I've seen now a doxygen_config with the source files, so it seems that my last suggestion was pointless
Yes, in our current SVN trunk (as in previously released 2.0.0 Alpha 2 and 3), there's a working "emergency brake" feature ; look in the control config menu, and you'll see it ("E-brake", not assigned to any key by default).
The brake force applied if customizable in the <car>.xml file ; IIRC, we only set it up for our RS (Rally Series) and SC (Supercars) sets.
As for the Doxygen code doc … hmm, our (SVN trunk) CMake build system has some code about Doxygen …
* but no one in the dev team actually uses it (AFAIK), so it means that the comments in the code are not what you and Doxygen would expect for a decent auto-generated doc. But please, feel free for trying it
* I can't see any make target about code documentation (try 'make help' …).
So I fear there's some work to make it work …
I found the e-brake and it works, Thanks!
About doxyigen, to create the documentation I just used the command
from the command-line prompt (using Linux and, of course, having doxygen installed) and
the 'html' directory with the documentation has been created.
The documentation created this way does not have call-graphs, that are very useful in understanding a code you did not write,
so it is better to launch 'doxywizard' (that is just a gui front-end for doxygen), load the configuration file and enable the call graphs (be aware that this requires the 'dot' package to be installed).
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