Euler angles appear to not be calculated correctly
So I've been trying to implement some different methods that TrueSync hasn't made mirror methods for yet(RotateTowards for example). And I noticed something that seems incorrect to me.
When I use this line of code Debug.Log(rot.eulerAngles.y + " : " + rot.ToQuaternion().eulerAngles.y);
For some angles I get something close like "45.0002  45"
But for other angles I get something like far apart like "43.06105 : 223.0606"
I'm going to guess this is not intended behavior. (I have tested my code using ToQuaternion and it moves as expected but of course before I can use TrueSync I need to reimplement this not using floats)
When I use this line of code Debug.Log(rot.eulerAngles.y + " : " + rot.ToQuaternion().eulerAngles.y);
For some angles I get something close like "45.0002  45"
But for other angles I get something like far apart like "43.06105 : 223.0606"
I'm going to guess this is not intended behavior. (I have tested my code using ToQuaternion and it moves as expected but of course before I can use TrueSync I need to reimplement this not using floats)
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Hi @Zergleb, thanks for the report, for some angles we get a "inverted" result, if you take a look 180 + 43 will be equals to 223.0

Ok but it only goes from 90 to 90 that only covers 180 degrees. so how would I calculate the value I need in these situations.
once again this is the debug line
Debug.Log(rot.eulerAngles.y + " : " + rot.ToQuaternion().eulerAngles.y);
45.002 : 45
45.002 : 135 (This is 180  45 true, but how do I tell the difference between this 45 and the above 45)
45.002 : 225
45.002 : 315 (Similar situation how do I know whether to subtract 45 from 360 or add 45 to 180)
Being able to create the values I would get from unity would allow me to use the techniques I use in other unity games. Thank you very much for taking the time to look at this issue.
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Hi @Zergleb, thanks again for your report, we will take into account some situations to follow the same pattern as Unity.0