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Re: AmiDARK Engine Sources for sale
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>I don't do semi-colons.

AmiDarkEngine is C based so you can easily create macros to add semi-colons

Like this
#define DARKfunction(a,b,c) AMIDARKfunction((a),(b),(c));


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Hans showed the good link.
I think I will do some sort of MACRO or Wrapping to change the prefix from "DE" to "db" so user can use both "DE" or "db" ...

I must just check if GCC can use MACRO or if I must create Wrap.

EDIT : Just saw the Alain post. I will check this for my needs :)


Edited by AmiDARK on 2014/12/10 9:32:15
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Absolutely good news that bounty has completed!

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I think I will do some sort of MACRO or Wrapping to change the prefix from "DE" to "db" so user can use both "DE" or "db" ...

I must just check if GCC can use MACRO or if I must create Wrap.

EDIT : Just saw the Alain post. I will check this for my needs :)


If you only want DarkGDK compatibility, then

#define DARKFunction AMIDARKFunction

for each function will suffice. You won't be able to create DarkBASIC compatibility, because some functions have been split into multiple words to make them look more like written language (e.g., Load Object).

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@Hans
I know that ;)
And that's what I'll do

db is prefix for DarkGDK function because in reality, TheGameCreators firstly create DarkBASIC Professional (as .DLL files) and then created DarkGDK...

Concerning DarkBASIC, I'll create a "converter" that will read the DARKBASIC style file and will convert it to C syntax using AmiDARK Engine commands & functions ;)
But this converter will be started when the full engine will be finished.

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A friend adviced me https://github.com/ for the repository of the sources ... I though about http://sourceforge.net/
Which one is the best and the easier for the files ?

I know nothing about how these systems works, how to upload and update files ...

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GitHub is definitely nice. However, before you choose that we need to make sure that we can actually use it. We don't have a git port for AmigaOS, although we do have a Git plugin for Mercurial.

Does anyone have any experience using that plugin? Is it easy to access github repositories with it? If not, then sticking with sourceforge and svn would be a better idea. At least we have a reliable svn client that runs on AmigaOS.

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In case the git plugin wouldn't work, https://bitbucket.org is nice for hosting mercurial repos. The OS4 svn client doesn't work with SF.net anymore.


Edited by BSzili on 2014/12/11 20:22:28
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@Hans

There's also a Python implementation: https://github.com/jelmer/dulwich
I don't know if it works. Maybe worth a try.

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@Elwood

Dulwich is the same thing as HGGit give or take. It's built in to hggit, not sure how useful it is seperately (maybe for ewriting dedicated script for set jobs).


@Hans

HGgit is crap (Ishould know I wasted my time porting it )

It is so so slow at checking out repos and I'm not sure if checking back in really works properly.

You can access github via svn but it needs a new version that we have so not much benefit there.

As to repositories it's all swings and roundabouts.

I would go for google code perhaps, I've found it relativelt amiga friendly.



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@broadblues
abalaban came up with a temporary fix for Subversion use at SourceForge. Check his post in the topic "Subversion certificate error". Solie informed me in a similar topic in the Hyperion Developer forums that AmiSSL is being worked on; which should fix OS4 Subversion.


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@xenic

I don't know about srcforge as I haven't accessed it in ages, but the usual reason for svn not working is out of date svn archive protocols not SSL errors, that's just a recent complication.

github svn doesn't work with ot without ssl others will inevitably vary.




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I would go for google code perhaps, I've found it relativelt amiga friendly.

Sounds like a good idea if it's more friendly to the svn client that we have. Github looks more polished, but is no use if we haven't got a reliable git client.

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@All :

I must admit that ... I understand nothing to all your speeches :p lol
No ... In fact not really ..
Generally, Amiga open source projects are on which hoster ?

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If you want to go with the crowd, then I'd say most of the Amiga projects are hosted on SourceForge. I personally prefer GitHub, but it is for git only. IFAIR you compile on Windows using AmiDevC++, so you can choose whatever version control system you would like.

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@AmiDARK

There's also Google Code which supports Git, Mercurial and SVN:
https://code.google.com/

The AmigaOS 4.x SDL 1.2 port is already hosted there:
https://code.google.com/p/os4sdl/

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@salass00

...as is the (outdated?) Mplayer repository and Joakims great Amiga Java port and lots others.

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