[ODE] odecpp.h

maddocks@metservice.com maddocks at metservice.com
Tue Jul 23 14:13:01 2002

My point was that in ode you can't create a  'dSpace' . It has to be a 
SimpleSpace or a HashSpace so you shouldn't be able to create a dSpace 
with odecppp.h.

On Wednesday, July 24, 2002, at 02:03  AM, Martin C. Martin wrote:

> dSpace and dWorld have the nifty feature that they're "real" 
> constructors
> don't take any arguments.  So, I made the default constructors create a
> space/world and didn't provide a "set id to zero" constructor.  
> Therefore,
> you could create an array of them and they'd all be properly 
> initialized.
> Also, it would be impossible to use one before initializing it.

"Two is not equal to three, even for large values of two"