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by brybry
May 16, 2018 20:24
Forum: Windows
Topic: Translate touch events to mouse events
Replies: 0
Views: 594

Translate touch events to mouse events

I want to build a small program that will convert touch events into mouse events. Ideally it would not send the events to any particular window, but just simulate mouse movement and clicking. Has anyone done this with Windows API before? I don't need a full program, just some snippets would be helpf...
by brybry
Jul 04, 2016 23:10
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Revolutionary Guide to QBASIC - Code Wanted!
Replies: 1
Views: 897

Re: Revolutionary Guide to QBASIC - Code Wanted!

Hello!

I'm not sure if anyone has provided you with the files yet. I happen to have the contents of the disk and have uploaded it to my Google Drive:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0WPOzypbwv5WHljZi1QdFhDXzA

It's a zip file, and it should contain all the files from the disk.
by brybry
Jan 10, 2016 22:00
Forum: Projects
Topic: Doom 3
Replies: 15
Views: 6311

Re: Doom 3

Only Windows is supported, although there is very little OS dependent code. IIRC, the OpenGL initialization code and keyboard/mouse code are the only OS dependent parts.
by brybry
Jan 06, 2016 19:14
Forum: Projects
Topic: Doom 3
Replies: 15
Views: 6311

Re: Doom 3

I updated the first post with new download links. Links are to my Google Drive account and the .zip files will stay there indefinitely. I'm glad this project is of interest to someone. I hope you can get some useful code from it. It's old and messy though. Not an example of good coding techniques. A...
by brybry
Feb 14, 2015 17:03
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: Global Illumination rendering. (CPU killer)
Replies: 9
Views: 2411

Re: Global Illumination rendering. (CPU killer)

@MrSwiss: Is it possible you accidentally ran Joshy's code with 256 samples per pixel and fxm's code with 64 samples per pixel? I have a hard time believing your CPU could run 256 samples per pixel in 67.6 seconds. With FBC 1.01.0, on my Core i5 4570 (4x 3.2GHz, no hyperthreading), both codes take 4...
by brybry
Jan 17, 2015 22:15
Forum: Projects
Topic: Doom 3
Replies: 15
Views: 6311

Re: Doom 3

Umm... I suppose it could be considered abandoned. I never closed it, but I don't know if I'll ever continue working on it.

Do you have any questions about it?
by brybry
Mar 02, 2014 4:56
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.
Replies: 105
Views: 31747

Re: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.

I use Leaf Labs' Maple IDE. Leaf Labs makes/made a board very similar to Arduino, but it uses a STM32 chip instead of AVR. The link to the download is here . Even if your chip isn't exactly the same as the one they used, I'm sure you'll be able to get it working. You may have to manually upload the ...
by brybry
Feb 01, 2014 2:10
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.
Replies: 105
Views: 31747

Re: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.

My dream is to one day program Cortex-M3 microcontrollers with FreeBASIC. I ordered a tiny and very cheap ~6€ dev board with STM32 F103 ARM Cortex M3 controller for my homemade CNC machine project. Which controller do you use ? Joshy My board has a STM32F103VCT6 mcu. I use it to talk with an ELM327...
by brybry
Dec 10, 2013 3:29
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Error: operand size mismatch for `movupd'
Replies: 16
Views: 3827

Re: Error: operand size mismatch for `movupd'

@BurghHouse

This appears to be caused only by using the -vec command-line option. -fpu sse doesn't seem to generate the faulty asm. Have a try compiling with only -fpu sse and not -vec. Depending on your code, this will likely generate the fastest asm anyway.
by brybry
Dec 09, 2013 18:35
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Error: operand size mismatch for `movupd'
Replies: 16
Views: 3827

Re: Error: operand size mismatch for `movupd'

I will look into this soon. I know this type of bug has showed up a number of times over the years. Previous versions of the assembler and the linker didn't complain about these mismatches and allowed my mistakes to go undetected.

This should be a simple fix.
by brybry
Nov 21, 2013 12:56
Forum: General
Topic: SIMD Tutorial ?
Replies: 30
Views: 2797

Re: SIMD Tutorial ?

@Velatus, I think it's great to see others interested in vector math! Keep in mind, the -fpu SSE compiler switch will replace traditional x87 floating-point math operations with equivalent scalar SSE math operations. It does not create vector operations. This is almost always faster than traditional...
by brybry
Jun 22, 2013 2:34
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.
Replies: 105
Views: 31747

Re: [offtopic] I got my brand new toys.

The Cubieboard or MarsBoard may also be of interest. They each have 1 SATA port on board. The specs of the MarsBoard are pretty impressive, running at 1.2 GHz and 1GB of DDR3 RAM. Unfortunately, they are probably not as well supported as RPi or Beaglebone. My dream is to one day program Cortex-M3 mi...
by brybry
Sep 12, 2012 1:38
Forum: General
Topic: fpu SSE thread
Replies: 28
Views: 1462

Re: fpu SSE thread

-fpu SSE without -vec 1 or -vec 2 will emit scalar SSE instructions acting as a replacement for standard x87 instructions. It generally will perform well compared to the x87 instructions. I believe modern processors have multiple SIMD pipelines compared to one x87 FPU pipeline. Don't quote me on tha...
by brybry
Sep 12, 2012 0:26
Forum: General
Topic: fpu SSE thread
Replies: 28
Views: 1462

Re: fpu SSE thread

If you're using anything 0.20 or newer, you're fine. I had to go back to 0.18.x to get a version of GAS that complained. Sorry if I wasn't clear. The issue with GAS is only for -vec. It doesn't happen with just -fpu SSE. The problem was when storing a 3 component vector to memory. So, in theory, it ...
by brybry
Sep 11, 2012 23:52
Forum: General
Topic: fpu SSE thread
Replies: 28
Views: 1462

Re: fpu SSE thread

Gonzo, Either you are using a very old version of FBC or none of your code is getting vectorized (-vec 1) because I just tried compiling my project with vectorization turned on, and GAS complained about operand sizes. When I wrote the vectorizer, GAS (Win32) that was included with FBC accepted incor...

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