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6  8,967  
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3.1  8.7  
about 1 year ago  19 days ago  
C++  C++  
GNU General Public License v3.0 only  GNU General Public License v3.0 or later 
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EUL
GLM
 Release of GLM 1.0.0
 C++23: The Next C++ Standard

What files from glm's github do I need to add to my emscripten project?
I am a greenhorn at graphics programming. I just made an app in OpenGL with C++ that I now need to change over to a browser app with WebGL. WebGL looks pretty cool but since my app does a lot of calculations I assumed I should keep the heavier calculating parts in C++ with emscripten ( which I am also just learning ). So looking at it, it just looks like glm is the only library I seriously need for my c++ code and that seems pretty cool because it is a header only app it says. But in the github there are a lot of folders and files so I am not sure which are indispensable or not. Any advice?

What is a file with the .i.hh extension such as myfile.i.hh used for in a C++ project?
GLM does it quite well, it has core includes then a detail folder with all the inl files that get added. https://github.com/gtruc/glm
 [Opengl] Aide: compilation et installation de GLFW

Porting to metal?
I once ported an OpenGL code base over to Metal. For me, it was essential to do as much code sharing as possible. Because I was using the GLM library in that code base and generally found that library very useful I wanted to know whether I can use GLM with Metal. I had to do some research but it turned out it works really well, see here
 Which is the best way to work with matrices and linear algebra using c++?

Best C++ Game Framework
I would also recommend GLM
 PocketPy: A Lightweight(~5000 LOC) Python Implementation in C++17

Learning DirectX 12 in 2023
Alongside MiniEngine, you’ll want to look into the DirectX Toolkit. This is a set of utilities by Microsoft that simplify graphics and game development. It contains libraries like DirectXMesh for parsing and optimizing meshes for DX12, or DirectXMath which handles 3D math operations like the OpenGL library glm. It also has utilities for gamepad input or sprite fonts. You can see a list of the headers here to get an idea of the features. You’ll definitely want to include this in your project if you don’t want to think about a lot of these solved problems (and don’t have to worry about crossplatform support).
What are some alternatives?
Fermat  A library providing math and statistics operations for numbers of arbitrary size.
Eigen
fplll  Lattice algorithms using floatingpoint arithmetic
DirectXMath  DirectXMath is an all inline SIMD C++ linear algebra library for use in games and graphics apps
nimstint  Stackbased arbitraryprecision integers  Fast and portable with natural syntax for resourcerestricted devices.
linmath.h  a lean linear math library, aimed at graphics programming. Supports vec3, vec4, mat4x4 and quaternions
Algorithms  A collection of data structures and algorithms written in C++ with comments and links to further reading.
cglm  📽 Highly Optimized 2D / 3D Graphics Math (glm) for C
MyHelloWorldfirstcode  This function lists the permutations in which from the first arrangement, no student fights the same pair of students twice
OpenBLAS  OpenBLAS is an optimized BLAS library based on GotoBLAS2 1.13 BSD version.
Knots  A tool for drawing 2d diagrams, 3d knots, Seifert surfaces. Computes some knot properties and invariants.
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