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Old 08-27-2006, 05:26 PM   #1
stubert
 
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using an open engine?

a few weeks ago I posted that it might be a good idea to start using an open engine to keep going with JA.


It seems to be that it would be perfectly doable to use one of the quake2 or quake3 open engine projects to keep going with it, specifically i had in mind using ioquake3 as a basis to create a useable engine for the existing JA sdk.


This would give the advantage of being able to create our own engine fixes and get fixes from the ioquake3 project.

so are any other programmers interested in doing this? I would see this as being part of OJP so anyone could use it as part of their mods.

leave comments please.
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