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Postby smagin » Aug 06, 2005 8:33

Had anyone tried this one?

Housemarque Audio System (former MIDAS)
http://www.s2.org/hmqaudio/

It supports MS-DOS32, Windows and Linux though it's abandoned years ago.

EDIT: Actually last patch dates back to March 2004.
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Postby D.J.Peters » Aug 25, 2005 0:53

edit: my list with logos are removed:

v1ctor's list are up to date.
Last edited by D.J.Peters on Jan 14, 2007 22:27, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby dumbledore » Aug 25, 2005 1:29

D.J.Peters wrote:wxc:
Image
http://wxc.sourceforge.net


afaik this lib isn't supported. the only wx-c lib supported atm is the one that comes with wxnet. ;)
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Postby D.J.Peters » Aug 25, 2005 1:47

thanx dumbledore

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Not to be offensive

Postby jcohen » Oct 16, 2005 20:14

Not to be offensive but what about the FUSE project's libs?

http://fuse.sf.net

And the lib headers at:
http://www.gen-ux.com/opensource

I wouldn't mind if v1ctor or whoever moved those libs into the FreeBASIC cvs, just give me some credit please.

Joseph
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Postby duke4e » Jan 05, 2006 22:00

hey, i just found this cool graphic libary
http://www.antigrain.com/
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Postby arenth » Jan 31, 2006 10:24

I'd like to suggest enet, enet is a great light weight networking library, its basically a hybrid of tcp/udp features (though it doesn't actually use tcp) its built on top of udp, and features things like guaranteed delivery, and guaranteed order. Or multiple channels within the same connection.

I've converted all the headers, and to the best of my knowledge they work, I've also built the windows binary its all packaged up, but unfortunately I have no where to host it, (its a tiny file at 245k) if anyone can host, let me know.
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Postby ZaPPa » Jul 12, 2006 22:03

arenth wrote:I'd like to suggest enet, enet is a great light weight networking library, its basically a hybrid of tcp/udp features (though it doesn't actually use tcp) its built on top of udp, and features things like guaranteed delivery, and guaranteed order. Or multiple channels within the same connection.

I've converted all the headers, and to the best of my knowledge they work, I've also built the windows binary its all packaged up, but unfortunately I have no where to host it, (its a tiny file at 245k) if anyone can host, let me know.



Well.... i could host it if you want to :)
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Postby D.J.Peters » Jul 13, 2006 1:57

Hello arenth good job i was trying it many month ago and was running in to problems. I don't know what was wrong with my header translation.

Is your package/port for Linux or Windows or both?

Joshy
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Postby arenth » Jul 13, 2006 7:09

I ported it on/for windows, I didnt actually check to see if it works on linux. Though I'd imagine it wouldnt be too difficult. After looking at it again, I only ported it for windows, I'll take a look at porting it for linux.

Win32 version here >Download enet.zip<
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Postby sir_mud » Sep 15, 2006 5:45

I found an excellent in depth guide to TCP/IP for anyone interested in it:
http://www.tcpipguide.com/free/t_toc.htm
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Postby 1000101 » Sep 22, 2006 5:12

re: enet
arenth wrote:I ported it on/for windows, I didnt actually check to see if it works on linux. Though I'd imagine it wouldnt be too difficult. After looking at it again, I only ported it for windows, I'll take a look at porting it for linux.

Win32 version here >Download enet.zip<


Any chance of getting a release build instead of the 825K debug build? It's a bit hefty and I've had no problems with it in my testing.
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Postby Lachie Dazdarian » Aug 21, 2007 22:22

Perhaps changing the title of this topic wouldn't be bad. "Links..." sounds too generic to me. "Library links (DLLs)" maybe.
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Postby notthecheatr » Aug 21, 2007 22:31

Lachie Dazdarian wrote:Perhaps changing the title of this topic wouldn't be bad. "Links..." sounds too generic to me. "Library links (DLLs)" maybe.


He has a point. Also, maybe it's just me, but it would be nice to have direct links to the download page as well. Some of these libraries have really hard to understand pages...

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