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RE: Current state and planned features, please read - UPDATED

Hi,

Currently I need a volunteer to do macOs-Intel build as I can do the other ones.

I would send the person in question a pre-release with the finished source on Sunday, and they'd build it (with popen support), run through my new test suite and return me the murgaLua and FLUID binaries ...

The one thing I haven't decided yet is whether to upgrade FLTK (to the latest 1.1.X build), and SqLite (to 3.4) ... I am thinking I may pass on this occasion.

There are also a couple of neat features that I might try to sneak in :-)

Cheers
JohnM

06-27-2007 10:49 AM
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RE: Current state and planned features, please read - UPDATED

Always on the ready for this. I am having a lot of fun, send me the
build when its ready.

What was that "lipo" stuff Tobi was talking about to make it PPC compatible on mac?

06-27-2007 02:53 PM
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RE: Current state and planned features, please read - UPDATED

iGame3D Wrote:
What was that "lipo" stuff Tobi was talking about to make it PPC compatible on mac?


Dunno ... Can you tell me if you can build this on your Mac ?

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(Sneak peek) :-)

EDIT - I am looking at a couple of ways of getting basic audio support, OSS on Linux/Mac and WaveOut on Windows.

Cheers
JohnM

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06-27-2007 04:50 PM
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hmmmm.....that looks like audio stuff =o)

06-27-2007 04:51 PM
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