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[Savannah-register-public] [task #4999] Submission of Philosphical Gamin

From: Karel Rous
Subject: [Savannah-register-public] [task #4999] Submission of Philosphical Gaming OS
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 07:33:40 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #4, task #4999 (project administration):


        Many parts in cycmd.cpp and whole prevod.h are certainly my pieces of 
(of course up to the the minute the complete project is rewritten it is not
possible to publish it as Public Domain, but as GNU). Personally I do not
have to believe in needs that it is important if it is known who wrote the
code even if it was myself. (For example do I have to know who came with the
idea that 1+1=2). I understand you it is difficult to accept such idea. I
might copyright my parts of code as Public Domain and original versions as
GNU if you want it for your site, but at least with such notice that in
philosophical point of view it is useless either.
        Philosophical views are going to be presented in two ways (code and
documentation of it as well). The final version might be done the way that
everyone who reads my documentation should be able to continue on the work on
so called "rational, optimized and rigid" set of functions based on subset of
commands usual in C language and using at least header files hirearchy which
I or everyone with similar opinions on it work out as sensible.
        Simply I have strong believe that present state of library structure and
included source code of it is for rationally based gaming library(os) too
complicated and overhelmed with historical/too-evolutionar functions/calls
which makes the result slower and non-readable much more than it is believed
(of course it is only a question of believe at the moment). I am not
reinventing the wheel, just trying to make things clear for me or anyone who
is interested in my task.
        I am not simply the best coder at all but I believe that even
non-upperclass-developer's can understand the context if documentation and
source code is cross-understandble and explained both ways (so not only as
code or not only as source code documentation !reference!).
        Of course it is possible to read general case somewhere and apply it to 
conditions. But general case is missing some points of real situation and real
situation(source code) is usually missing the form I would expect to be

Thank you for reading all this

have a nice day



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