Except the methods described in that page can still allow to see the source.
You can still rename your finished .exe to a .zip to get the source.
I don't think there is any simple method to hide the code source, you would have to obfuscate it.
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You can also get artistics abilities : Draw a lot, examine good art, read tutorials, you will get better.Out of curiosity, do you guys have any tip for working with art if you have no artistic abilities?
You can use Love because the community is friendly and big.But i would suggest to NOT i repeat to not use box2d because the performance is awful ! Yeah, if you just need a basic physics system it's easier to code make your own. It depend. If you want to have realistic physics(Like in Concerned Joe)...
You'd be surprised.jjmafiae wrote:How many people still run systems that are older than 7 years?
Also, the drivers are sometimes also the problem : Currently, the Mesa driver(Linux) support OpenGL 3 but not 4. (It's just not implemented) And it's not the worse driver.
Thanks! I pushed two commits for this. The Controllers object was never meant to be a class(Which is why :init() doesn't return a new instance, but rather initialize the lib itself), but now it's possible to create an instance with Controllers(controls_table), Controllers:new(controls_table), and Co...