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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby kikito on Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:00 am

:neko: I'm glad I can help. Stateful is the next thing I'll update - either this week or the next one.
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby bartbes on Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:09 pm

No Class Commons? I am disappoint.
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby kikito on Mon Sep 19, 2011 8:24 pm

It's on my list! But I need to do this first, sorry :)
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby TechnoCat on Mon Oct 10, 2011 2:59 am

kikito wrote::neko: I'm glad I can help. Stateful is the next thing I'll update - either this week or the next one.

:(

EDIT: Actually, I see you have been updating it. I'll see what is wrong.
EDIT2: OH! stateful is its own separate repo now. Gotcha. And it works.
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Stateful = require 'stateful.stateful'


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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby kikito on Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:05 am

Hi technocat,

I'm afraid that I haven't been able to release it yet. Sorry about that. I've been a bit ill and real life had me working on other things.

It's approaching completion, though. The main functionality is already there - only secondary stuff is left (for example, callbacks are not invoked when popAllStates is called; isInState isn't implemented, and states are not included in mixins - althought I might leave that one out)

As a side note, I've decided that from now on it will be my policy to not provide a folder, but a self-contained file for all my libs. This way you will not need a require 'stateful.stateful' (which in some cases gives trouble to physfs) but simply require 'stateful'.

Regards, and apologies for the delay!
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby TechnoCat on Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:47 am

kikito wrote:Hi technocat,

I'm afraid that I haven't been able to release it yet. Sorry about that. I've been a bit ill and real life had me working on other things.

It's approaching completion, though. The main functionality is already there - only secondary stuff is left (for example, callbacks are not invoked when popAllStates is called; isInState isn't implemented, and states are not included in mixins - althought I might leave that one out)

My minuscule needs seem to have already been met. It seems to work without any problems.
I made this with middleclass 2.0 and the new stateful. (and Tween)
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby TechnoCat on Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:46 am

Do class declarations have to be global?
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I tried doing this and it keeps giving me an upvalue boolean error when I require it in another file and do :new on the returned object.
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local Shmup = class('Shmup')

function Shmup:initialize()
end

function Shmup:update(dt)
end

function Shmup:draw()
end

return Shmup
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby kikito on Fri Oct 14, 2011 6:59 am

TechnoCat wrote:Do class declarations have to be global?

As far as I know, no.

TechnoCat wrote:I tried doing this and it keeps giving me an upvalue boolean error when I require it in another file and do :new on the returned object.

That is weird.

Can you include inspect.lua in your main and print the Shmup variable on the console?

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local inspect = require 'inspect'
local Shmup = require 'Shmup'
puts(inspect(Shmup))


Does it work if you make Shmup global?
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby Robin on Fri Oct 14, 2011 7:53 am

You spend too much time with Ruby. :P
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Re: middleclass & extras: middleclass 2.0 is out!

Postby kikito on Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:19 am

That is impossible :ultrahappy:
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