Well, I'm having quite problems trying to set up an simple application in CrystalSpace with collision detect, LOD and others features (my difficulty resides basically in CD). In this same forum, I was notified that using CEl, at least the CD system set up would be simple. Well, it worth a try, isn't it?
Collision detection in CEL is pretty easy yes.
Well, I've downloaded the sources but I noted tha CEL, besides CS, require the JAM compiling system instead of the goo' ol' Makefile. Not a problem. But I didn't have found any single file in Jam's homepage, CS's or even in Google that contains the system. All that I've found is one CVS-like page that I can download the files one by one... Well, this sounds as a lot of work!
My questions are:
1) Where specifically I can found a tarball or something "one-single-file" where I can install jam? Source preferred, not rpm or deb packages.
2) Why have CEL gived up of the GNU Makefiles?
Jam is a lot better (faster and easier to use). In CS we also prefer jam btw. It is just that we provide backwards compatibility with make there.
I can't check right now (problems with ftp) but can't you download jam from ftp://ftp.perforce.com/jam/