Review:HmrEngine

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Name hmrEngine
Short description hmrEngine is a lightweight, portable, high-performance using d3d10+ rendering tech
Full description Hammer Engine (nicknamed hmrEngine), Open Source - Portable - High Performance - MultiThreaded 3D Game engine. Currently developing for PC x86/x64 Platforms, under WinOS and DirectX 11 Graphics API
Homepage URL http://www.hmrengine.com/blog
Is GNU No
GNU package name
User level intermediate
Component programs
VCS checkout command hg clone https://sepul@bitbucket.org/sepul/hmrengine
Computer languages C/C++
Documentation note wiki: http://www.hmrengine.com/wiki
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Keywords 3d engine, deferred renderer, direct3d 10, direct3d 11, physx
Version identifier 1.0
Version date 2011/10/01
Version status alpha
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Version comment
Finished review yes



License: LGPLv3orlater

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Real name: Sepehr Taghdisian

Role: Programmer, Maintainer

Email: sep.tagh@gmail.com


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Use: gameplaying
Version-control: mercurial
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