If I engage and abandonate in 3 weeks, I will lose my credibility. Err.. what credibility ? I haven't any.. Okay, so I'm with you.
Will we implement what t_larkworthy talked about ? May he imply himself too ?
I have a pretty good knowledge of C++ and Java, but I prefer to leave physics subjects to peoples that know a lot more than me..
Since t_larkworthy isn't prepared to implement his idea, lets just stick to a direct port for now. We can always change this later.
Lets see how we go - there's if we realise we have bitten off more than we can chew, there's no problem with abandoning it. What saddens/frustraits me is when I see people commit much work into a project but then for whatever reason don't stick with it (normally because their original need for the project changes). This happened with both Odejava and Xith3D.
We should start a new thread in the physics forum and discuss how we want to proceed (this has been done: http://188.8.131.52/forums/index.php?topic=10976.0
). Since neither of us seem confident with the physics, we should keep a very close tracability to the original source (so if we change something later on, we note exactly what changed). We should also exchange contact details, etc.