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Does anyone know if there are python bindings for bullet?

I stumbled upon the bullet_python package http://www.ros.org/browse/details.php?name=bullet_python, but I couldn't quite figure out how to install it. I am running ROS-Diamondback on 64-bit Ubuntu Lucid 10.04.

Thanks, --Will


Originally posted by wmcmahan on ROS Answers with karma: 70 on 2011-03-19

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Comment by wmcmahan on 2011-03-21:
Although, not python bindings for bullet... I did stumble across PyEuclid http://code.google.com/p/pyeuclid/ which seems to meet the modest vector transformation needs that I have.

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That was an experiment in exposing bullet's API in python using SWIG. It was developed against boxturtle and won't work with diamondback without significant conversion. To get it you will have to check it out from svn.


Originally posted by tfoote with karma: 58457 on 2011-03-19

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Comment by wmcmahan on 2011-03-21:
Thanks. My problems with bullet_python were more with how to compile it, but now I see that it won't work with diamondback, I'll just move on.

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