[quote="“andisthejackass”"]Is it possible to leave the images inside the zip, for testing’s sake ? I just wanna make sure it works on linux as well with no flaws
PS: I see that you use a changelog file there - I’d totally recommend working with git from now on. It may take you a day or two to get used to it but it makes your life so much easier [/quote]
Its only going to work on Linux under Wine, I haven’t tried it yet as my laptop’s wireless is totally screwed up and its become a Hermit :no:
But other AutoIT projects have worked fine even AutoIt works great
I’ll gladly share a Dropbox folder with the sources, if you or anyone wants to have access just pm your email and I’ll invite you
The only C++ editor I have working is Borland’s C++ builder 5, VB has conflicts in the registry so wont create projects, this system is 4 1/2 years old and needs a reformat, I messed about for days trying to fix VB and then to get Codeblocks working to be honest I spat my dummy and just went with AutoIt :oops:
CodeBlocks is working on my Linux system but its kinda isolated at the moment.
These wizards could be written in anything, I personally would gain more going to C++ as I have another project that needs it.
It would be great seeing how a C++ version would come together.
That was for loading images unbundled into Dagon.
Although they need to be the same eventually, otherwise you can't bundle the same images you test unbundled. (unless you have a fetish for renaming file names... )
Frankly, except for quality-testing purposes and final release, I don’t know why anybody wants to bundle their files if they can skip that step. It’s just an additional step to go through and the script code is exactly the same.
For me tex files are quicker in game, and just lot more tidy, the idea of doing the converter was you don’t need to type anything and that was my goal really, I like things that cut down the muppet element in me :lol:
TBH my computer sucks and its got to the point were I can’t do the scenes that I want because it runs out of memory or render times are hidious, if all goes well I hope to have an i7 by the end of the month but I’m not holding my breath, so little projects like this keep me sane…ish, I find it a nice challenge and its a great feeling when it works, I’m not a programmer by any stretch of the imagination