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GIMPACT Fixed: A fix to GIMPACT ray-trimesh collisions, to make behavior iden… Dec 6, 2008
OPCODE Fixed: Compilation fix for Win x64 target Dec 18, 2011
bindings/python Added Python binding for 'dGeomClearOffset' through Python geom objec… Mar 5, 2012
build Threaded execution support interface added. Optional built-in threadi… Mar 17, 2012
contrib slight display improvements Nov 15, 2011
drawstuff Cosmetic: Changed: CreateThread() -> _beginthreadex() Feb 25, 2012
include added two new joints: Double Ball (DBall) and Double Hinge (DHinge) May 3, 2012
libccd test removed as no alternative implementation is provided Mar 29, 2012
m4 * Removed useless Makefile.deps Dec 18, 2011
ode added two new joints: Double Ball (DBall) and Double Hinge (DHinge) May 3, 2012
tests fixed bug with contacts with zero mu and non-zero mu2; now either mu … Apr 13, 2012
tools Added initial script to export Convex geometry from Blender to tools,… Oct 3, 2008
CHANGELOG.txt added two new joints: Double Ball (DBall) and Double Hinge (DHinge) May 3, 2012
INSTALL.txt Cosmetic: Spelling error corrected Feb 25, 2012
LICENSE-BSD.TXT update license year Sep 20, 2007
LICENSE.TXT initial. Apr 11, 2001 Fixed bindings path Feb 11, 2012
README.txt Explain licensing of contributions in README Sep 7, 2007 * Removed useless Makefile.deps Dec 18, 2011 removed function tests that we don't use nor provide alternatives Mar 29, 2012 added pkg-config support contributed by Miko Rasa Aug 23, 2008 added Aug 24, 2008


The Open Dynamics Engine (ODE), Copyright (C) 2001-2007 Russell L. Smith.

ODE is a free, industrial quality library for simulating articulated
rigid body dynamics - for example ground vehicles, legged creatures,
and moving objects in VR environments. It is fast, flexible, robust
and platform independent, with advanced joints, contact with friction,
and built-in collision detection.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of EITHER:
  (1) The GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free
      Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at
      your option) any later version. The text of the GNU Lesser
      General Public License is included with this library in the
      file LICENSE.TXT.
  (2) The BSD-style license that is included with this library in
      the file LICENSE-BSD.TXT.

This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
LICENSE.TXT and LICENSE-BSD.TXT for more details.

 * Installation instructions are in the INSTALL file

 * The ODE web pages are at

 * An online manual is at

 * API documentation is in the file ode/docs/index.html, or you
   can view it on the web at

All contributions are copyright by their owners, but the owners
automatically transfer unrestricted rights in those changes to the ODE
project, which is released under the dual licenses as indicated. The
owners can also use the contributions in other projects under other
licenses if they want (including sell them), but they can't prevent
anyone from releasing the contributions under the dual ODE licenses as
part of an ODE release.