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Offline fyarldean

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« Posted 2004-06-25 08:30:29 »

Hey all!

I'm researching games AI at the moment as part of a PhD, and have decided to use Quake2 as the environment in which to test my agents, since it's been used by most previous researchers in this area. I found a decent Quake2 API written in Java called QASE (http://www.soclab.bth.se/practices/qase.html) for communication between the server and my client-side bots; however, I've been having a few issues with it. Firstly, although I've written a basic bot which connects to the server, moves around, fires and can respawn when it's killed, I can't seem to connect two bots created from within the same program. Nor can I run two instances of the application where each attempts to connect a single bot. From the papers available at the author's site, it appears that this IS possible; I emailed him about it, but I'm not sure he maintains the project any more. I thought I'd post here on the off-chance that someone had used it before and had better luck than me Wink Can anyone shed any light on this?

Also - and I realise this may be hoping for too much, but I might as well ask Grin - does anyone know of any existing Java or C/C++ Quake2 level parsers? Actually, if anyone can think of any tool that could be useful, I'd be glad to hear about it!

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-06-25 16:38:37 »

This link has java ports of alot of tutorials and there is a q3 bsp tute series at the bottom.  I've not seen q2 bsp tutes but I think the formats are similar?  I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong....

http://web.hypersurf.com/~sully/OpenGL/DemoBox.html
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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-06-25 17:17:48 »

You might want to check out the Java 3D loader for Quake 2 BSP, not quite sure how useful it'd be for you since it doesn't really do BSP rather just creates the appropriate geometry...

http://www.newdawnsoftware.com

In the resources section.

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Offline Catharsis

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-06-25 22:18:12 »

Will an optimized Quake3 based engine do?

Check out the Auriga3D project.. I plan to have source code available in August once I get a full Q3 shader system worked out.  I could get you the source earlier if you'd like as I'd welcome folks interested in AI to contribute..   I've been dabbling with Simbionic so far, but that is nothing I can release open source..

http://www.auriga3d.org/

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