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I won't go this year. As I told everyone I met there last time, I have a child now, so for a while I'll be limited in the events I'm able to attend. I totally recommend whoever can go there to give it a try, it was a very nice event.
- Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:14 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: how succesfully build community project on Love2D forum
- Replies: 9
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If someone comes with just an idea I turn them off immediately (I might send this link ). The only proposals which remotely interest me start with "I built this [link to something awesome] and I need help". [Link to something awesome] doesn't have to be complete, but it needs to have the hint of gre...
I think Mari0 might be more known than Move or Die - http://stabyourself.net/mari0/ Personally I think any of those products could've been made in Love2d as well, right? Yes. Why people choose those other frameworks instead of Love2d? For me the reasons for using LÖVE were Lua, the community, and be...
My recommendation would be slowing down and starting by learning Lua a bit more (maybe giving a look at Programming in Lua , it's free. Or maybe Learn Lua in 15 minutes , if you are really in a hurry). Once you spend some time with the language, you will probably be able to figure out how to impleme...
Both HC and [wiki]love.physics[/wiki] can handle those.DaKillerBear1 wrote:You can not belive how glad I am to have someone like yourself helping me! Do you know of any library that can handle collisions with rotated rectangles?
If I understand it correctly I create a "main" class, probabably called "Tank", and create all of the needed functions, basic variables in there, and then later on I just create multiple subclasses (Which, due to innheritance) need not have all the functions that the base class have, as they alread...
- Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:12 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Help with love2d/lua classes!
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1289
hi there! One thing that took me a lot of time to understand about programming is this: there's almost never a "objective best" way to do things. This is because *you* will be the person doing it, and that's a very important factor. I will tell you what *I* would do but you need a "subjective best":...
- Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:16 pm
- Forum: Libraries and Tools
- Topic: Lists; a fast way to store objects.
- Replies: 36
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I'm by no means an expert in performance (If anything, I am the contrary), but I have some remarks. I never use table.remove or table.insert . If I am going to be doing frequent insertions and deletions, what I try to do first is using the items as keys, like this: t[new_item]=1 -- insertion t[old_i...
- Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:09 pm
- Forum: Support and Development
- Topic: OpenGl problem after moving to Windows
- Replies: 8
- Views: 815
device manager says the driver is up to date That can mean two things. One option is that the device manager is correct. In that case, that means that there are no up-to-date drivers for your graphics card on windows, but they are available on linux. That's rare, but it could happen. The other opti...