For people who are impatient for SKSE because jiggly boobs - you might as well give up now because that's not what SKSE does. You are confusing SKSE with HDT Physics.
HDT Physics won't be coming to SSE, regardless of SKSE64. If you had SKSE64 yesterday, you still wouldn't have HDT Physics ever.
Where did you get that info that HDT not gonna be transfereed to SSE?
It was months ago, sorry, I don't have a link. The reason that was given was something like this:
HDT Physics for Oldrim is built using Intel's Havok SDK, the 32-bit version of which is free, and that made distributing it for Oldrim possible.
The 64-bit version is not free and distributing it would require that every user paid for a commercial licence. When you buy SSE you are in part paying for a licence to use the bits of Havok that are built into Skyrim, but you haven't paid for the bits of Havok that would need to be built into HDT, so you would need to pay again. The developer of HDT can't sell HDT to you (we aren't alllowed to sell mods), so there is no way he could recover those licence fees to pass on to Intel.
I think that's the gist of it. Maybe you can google it.
The point is, that HDT is not "something programmed in SKSE" and if we only had SKSE it could just be recompiled. It's programmed in Havok and SKSE is just used to link it to Skyrim. SKSE would be necessary but not sufficient.
This is factually incorrect on so many levels. Havok is already a part of Skyrim. Bethesda's licensing extends to redistribution of Havok in whatever form the game ships with (specifically for modding),
HDT simply utilizes the same libraries in ways the game itself didn't and anyone with a proper copy of the SDK can distribute whatever they like even if it is the free version. I have access to the 64 bit version that was free and had the free license before Microsoft bought them, it's near impossible to find now because most only had up to Havok 2013. The free licenses from those copies still apply pro-actively so I am still free to distribute whatever I like.
Even if it was the case that Skyrim shipped with a version no one had access to for free along with no license, then people who DO pay for the full copy of Havok will have the license to distribute anyway.
The people saying it won't come to SSE comes from the fact the author is no longer around. There are plenty of other people who will probably take a crack at porting it or making something similar if he doesn't show back up.
Edited by Zeridian, 29 March 2017 - 11:27 PM.