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BSP rendering in Delphi

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Hi, does any one have a doom like game written in delphi and its source code?

please send it to me
paulb@ns.exploramexico.net
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pbk:
Ill send you the source for all of my graphics course in college.

Some of the code is in C++, although I also have some codes written in delphi and turbo pascal.

I use DirectX for the graphics manipulation and OpenGL for some 3D text rotation.

There are 2 dll's called bsp1.dll and arboles.dll.

These dlls (Written in Delphi 2) control sprite animation in the 3d maps.  They subsecuently call mate.dll (Written in C++ Builder 1) which takes care of all of the geometric functions used.

If you need any more information, check out the 3D del engines list (Can't remember the URL) :)

jorge
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Good enough for me jconde.  By the way, do you have the code for the code for mate.dll?

If you do, could you please send it to me?

regards
paul
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sure, let me get all the files together and I´ll send you the code

jorge
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