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Bullet Continuous Collision Detection and Physics Library
Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Erwin Coumans  http://continuousphysics.com/Bullet/

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/// This file was created by Alex Silverman

#include "BulletCollision/CollisionShapes/btMultimaterialTriangleMeshShape.h"
#include "BulletCollision/CollisionShapes/btTriangleIndexVertexMaterialArray.h"
//#include "BulletCollision/CollisionShapes/btOptimizedBvh.h"

///Obtains the material for a specific triangle
const btMaterial * btMultimaterialTriangleMeshShape::getMaterialProperties(int partID, int triIndex)
    const unsigned char * materialBase = 0;
    int numMaterials;
    PHY_ScalarType materialType;
    int materialStride;
    const unsigned char * triangleMaterialBase = 0;
    int numTriangles;
    int triangleMaterialStride;
    PHY_ScalarType triangleType;

    ((btTriangleIndexVertexMaterialArray*)m_meshInterface)->getLockedReadOnlyMaterialBase(&materialBase, numMaterials, materialType, materialStride,
        &triangleMaterialBase, numTriangles, triangleMaterialStride, triangleType, partID);

    // return the pointer to the place with the friction for the triangle
    // TODO: This depends on whether it's a moving mesh or not
    //return (btScalar*)(&materialBase[triangleMaterialBase[(triIndex-1) * triangleMaterialStride] * materialStride]);
    int * matInd = (int *)(&(triangleMaterialBase[(triIndex * triangleMaterialStride)]));
    btMaterial *matVal = (btMaterial *)(&(materialBase[*matInd * materialStride]));
    return (matVal);

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