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[Bug 15960] Use euler angles or quaternions to decompose matrices

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--- Comment #4 from Dirk Schulze <dschulze@adobe.com> 2012-04-24 22:41:37 UTC ---
I am looking at this at the moment.

I suggest that we mention that the decomposing can be done by using quaternions
and give a short description of why using quaternions (just one sentence).
After that it just references some books or sites that describe quaternions.

I'd remove the code itself and just link to the pseudo code. We maintain this
pseudo code and put it into the spec directory.  The pseudo code will be using
the code from Mozilla and Webkit (they don't differ a lot anyway).

Any concerns?

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