Nice one fxm.
Trying out what you've detailed on Win 0.23b, I don't notice any perceptible difference between FBC-compiled vs GCC-compiled graphics executables (because of FBgfx?), but on intensive loop cmd-line executables the difference can be large between the two compilers. -O max-ed
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- May 15, 2011 20:32
- Forum: Projects
- Topic: freetanks_chung free 3D tanks canon battle game
- Replies: 21
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It's an interesting demo-game Chung. As Lachie said, there is a lot of potential within this. Some of the effects you've used are very good (rolling sea motion, hill/valley terrain, Panther tank, fast OpenGL). Not sure about this one though... :) http://i1111.photobucket.com/albums/h478/stingingeyes...
Compiled the above code on an XP machine with a graphics card and FB 0.21.1, and the resulting exe runs okay. The XP I used in the last post was a nasty Celeron M laptop with onboard graphics. I wonder if the problem can be related to Windows drivers and hardware? The worst Windows PC I have access ...
Perlin noise field generation. Converted from Ron Valstar / Mario Klingemann's AS3 Class. Can be useful for particle effects etc, although the aesthetic effects are better when anti-aliasing and filters are available. Perlin.bi TYPE Perlin ' Perlin Noise v.1.2 by Ron Valstar and Mario Klingemann ' C...
- Dec 12, 2010 20:36
- Forum: Linux
- Topic: How I Installed FBC on x86-64 Ubuntu 10.04
- Replies: 9
- Views: 4669
Thank you DMFNR - a really informative and detailed post. The only difference I encountered on repeating your instructions step-by-step on Mint x86-64 was: install.sh aborted, complaining about the prefix unable to determine the configured prefix from ./fbc -version So I skipped the fbc installation...
- Aug 18, 2010 22:14
- Forum: Tips and Tricks
- Topic: Lissajous Texture Generator
- Replies: 10
- Views: 1221
Your application build looks promising. But from the little I know about encryption, you don't seem to state your algorithm, and there's far too few S-type boxes for it to be anything other than very weak. What about if you rebuilt your application around a strong algorithm such as TwoFish, AES, or ...