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IGBC / Cargo.toml
Created Apr 13, 2021
Cheaty Quine in Rust
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[package]
name = "quine"
version = "0.1.0"
edition = "2018"
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IGBC / GGEZ Tracking Issue.md
Created Feb 22, 2021
GGEZ Tracking Issue (MMDC)
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As follows is a list of known bugs in GGEZ:

  • Key events have patchy support of non english keyboard layouts.
  • Resize events and Canvas::with_window_size() return the logical window size, this plays havoc with per pixel sensitive shaders
  • The filesystem module cannot load compressed zip files, why not? Compression has been important in game design since the dawn of graphics.
  • Chip-sets as new as Sandybridge don't support OpenGL3.2 (Windows 10) this is totally unacceptable for a 2D casual game engine, however is fixable but requires 3 things to make it work:
    1. Back end support for querying available versions before starting OpenGL
    2. Supporting overriding the default shader
    3. Setting the OpenGL version (already supported)
  • Using primusrun (Nvidia Prime for Linux) returns Error: WindowCreationError(NoAvailablePixelFormat), but works with optirun (Open Source alternative)
View draw.rs
fn draw(&self, printer: &Printer) {
// If the background is dirty draw a new background
if self.dirty {
for y in 0..printer.size.y {
printer.with_color(ColorStyle::background(), |printer| {
printer.print_hline((0,y), printer.size.x, " ");
});
}
// set background as clean, so we don't need to do this every frame
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IGBC / flut.c
Created May 27, 2017
basic flood program
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/*
Send a message up to a newline to the server.
Read a reply up to a newline and print it to stdout.
Loop.
Usage:
./client [<server-address> [<port>]]
Default ip: localhost.
Default port: 12345
*/
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IGBC / flut.c
Created May 27, 2017
basic flood program
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/*
Send a message up to a newline to the server.
Read a reply up to a newline and print it to stdout.
Loop.
Usage:
./client [<server-address> [<port>]]
Default ip: localhost.
Default port: 12345
*/
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Sketches

Write Arduino style sketches in Python

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Sketches allows users to write simple "sketches" in python for performing every day simple computation, without having to worry about much of the 'boilerplate' code that a typical python script requires. The name sketch is taken from the short C programs that the Arduino IDE complies and uploads to Arduino devices. Arduino sketches have a fixed format: a setup() function that is run once and a loop() function that is then run repeatedly forever. This format makes it easy to start writing simple programs to control the device.