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Feature requests / MP3 Support?
« on: October 18, 2007, 10:36:11 pm »
Hehe it's vorbis, as ogg can also be theora and that would be a video format:)
And btw. support for ogg is far better then for mp3. mp3 is just more popular, as it's older.

EDIT: Don't convert files from mp3 to ogg, you may lose a lot of quality. If you have highquality or lossless samples compress them directly to ogg:)

Feature requests / sf::Key::Code::lastKey
« on: October 13, 2007, 02:33:59 pm »
I dont know, how it works for your Mac or Win implementations, but at least for windows it should be easy. For Linux you have to add to WindowImplX11.cpp after line 900:
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case XK_Print :       return Key::Print;

And of course you have to add Key::Print and Windows/Mac implementation.

have fun:)

Feature requests / sf::Key::Code::lastKey
« on: October 13, 2007, 01:29:22 pm »
Quote from: "Laurent"
Am I just blind or is the Print key missing?

No, it's really missing. If I remember correctly, I didn't add it because I couldn't find it in the X11 (Linux) API.

Maybe I'll do a search on this and report on success:)

Feature requests / sf::Key::Code::lastKey
« on: October 13, 2007, 12:06:39 pm »
Am I just blind or is the Print key missing?
I dont quite understand how you decided to take this keyboard enumerators and not others...maybe it's related to the freaking keyboardmapping of french keyboards:)
When I went there some years ago and tried to write a mail I ended up with a lot of random unreadable crap...but, what would be interesting is, if I want o access the 'รค' key, as I'm in germany, and you want to access some ' or what ever you got instead there, how can I do this?
Is it safe to test the keycode as integer from the event(if it's fired, didnt test it yet) or is it atm impossible to use these special keys?
greatings, good job anyway:)

Feature requests / sf::Key::Code::lastKey
« on: October 10, 2007, 01:25:56 pm »
For passing arrays with all currently pressed keys, it would be nice to have an official sf::Key::Code::lastKey, as Count is marked as internal. (I need this to make inputbridges, which swap/move/overwrite several keys, to make splitscreen programming easier)

Maybe it's enough to label Count as external and announce that.

General discussions / Stability and Projectdocumentation
« on: October 10, 2007, 11:31:22 am »
Quote from: "Laurent"
I know non-member functions are not documented (although they are in the tutorials), but this is only because I still haven't found the doxygen option to do it.

Afaik in doxygen with standard config you only have to write a /** **/ or /*! */ or /// or //! in front of the object you want to document, what ever it is.

What I was thinking about, was one or two classes from priv::, which were interesting in some context I forgot about :roll:

Hmm...further reading of the documentation led me to the conclusion that sf:: classes are just facades, what's nothing bad:)
So I think I understand why there are some details missing in the documentation.
Have fun!

General discussions / Libraries
« on: October 10, 2007, 10:00:45 am »
Hehe, I had nearly the same question the same time :o

General discussions / Stability and Projectdocumentation
« on: October 10, 2007, 09:58:48 am »
First I want to tell you, that this project is, what I ever wanted to have, as it replaces deprecated SDL and my own small Engine nearly completely.
But there remain two questions:
First is stability of the project in terms of usage and in terms of Bugfixing.
So will there be future versions until it works?(as I saw many good projects dieing on half way to completion)
And how stabil is the current release?

Second is about documentation:
Why are only some public interfaces Documented, if the whole project is under zlib licence? It would be very nice to see how these interfaces do certain things to prevent writing and doing the same task twice.

Hopefully looking at his new sfml branch
  Lord Delvin

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