|From:||Panicz Maciej Godek|
|Subject:||Re: SLAYER announcement and help request for preparing a GNU package|
|Date:||Wed, 8 May 2013 00:00:22 +0200|
Panicz Maciej Godek wrote:The reason is, oh my god, you are the first who test my code.
> I even managed to build it, but for some reasons the demos won't run. I get
> the following error:
> gacela/video.scm:175:2: In procedure init-gl:
> gacela/video.scm:175:2: In procedure module-lookup: Unbound variable:
When I started this project, I made demos and some documentation, but
I stopped maintaining them because nobody was interested. Makefiles
compile OpenGL and SDL bindings, but now I use Figl and compilation is
not needed. The error with set-gl-hint comes because I have a figl
version with some improvements. I've sent patches to figl maintainers.
Currently, Gacela is in a very unstable state. Demos, for example, use
an old version with a more OOP style, because when I wrote them I was
beginning to understand Lisp and functional programming. But actually
I'm reestructuring all the code looking for a more elegant, beatiful,
> If it comes to code, I see that you have a more polling-style approach forYes, your style is more callback style. I personally prefer polling
> processing input. My desire is to get a system that never stops being
> reconfigurable -- to truly separate the user interface from program logics.
> I don't know if it's achievable, but I have a feeling that such direction is
> worth exploring
because then I can read the code sequentially. But it's a personal
For the moment, no. But I have a lot of papers :-)
> All these concepts sound very interesting, but I'm curious whether they are
> reflected the code somewhere.
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