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I was wondering now that you guys have wrapped a few libraries (Fbx, USD, Bullet, etc) which have their own math types. I was wondering if you could provide any advice on the best practices?
Specifically, should we use 'owned_type', 'mirror', or 'opaque'? When looking at the Fbx, USD, Bullet it seems USD uses mirror but the other two are owned types (maybe opaque)?
Lastly, how should I handle the row-major/column-major differences? With the kl2edk I was able to control the function body of the wrapped function, but with kludge it doesn't seem to be doable?
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