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Open source cooperative demoscene

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You only want easy to steal opengl code :P
added on the 2003-01-27 16:05:28 by chezuma chezuma
Nah, i dont do 'kusma-style' :P
added on the 2003-01-27 16:22:19 by daxxar daxxar
I write my own code damnit ;)
added on the 2003-01-27 16:25:12 by kusma kusma
should i dump vorbisfile and libmodplug and tinyptc and glut and sdl and jpeglib and pnglib?
added on the 2003-01-27 19:17:46 by _-_-__ _-_-__
Let the scene be like it were before, where friendship and flamewars was the heart of it all :)

added on the 2003-01-27 20:01:01 by chezuma chezuma
if (date==1) date2=2;
if (date==2) date2=3;
if (date==3) date2=4;
if (date==4) date2=5;
if (date==5) date2=6;
if (date==6) date2=7;
if (date==7) date2=8;
if (date==8) date2=9;
if (date==9) date2=10;
if (date==10) date2=11;
if (date==11) date2=12;
if (date==12) date2=1;
exec sql select 1 into :flag from dual where :localvar1=:localvar2;
select max(nvl(something, 0)) ..
exception when too_many_rows then ..
if (ignore_something==1) goto skip;
var=var; /* dummy command */
if nvl(foo, ' ')='x' then

mmm. closed source.. joy..
added on the 2003-01-27 20:36:04 by 216 216
"should i dump vorbisfile and libmodplug and tinyptc and glut and sdl and jpeglib and pnglib?"
Yes, *exactly*
I sure hope Scali, not kusma and all the others aren't using any of this stuff, since it would go against all what they're arguing for.
added on the 2003-01-27 21:11:35 by sofokles sofokles
i'm quite sure kusma doesnt use any of these. i don't. there are (lots of) high-quality alternatives you know.
added on the 2003-01-27 21:35:44 by superplek superplek
no sir, i do not use any of those libs.
added on the 2003-01-27 21:54:32 by kusma kusma
png and jpg are for wimps anyway. real sceners use LBM!
added on the 2003-01-27 22:12:27 by sang-soo sang-soo
nerds, linux, commies, penguins, opensource. all the same crap.
added on the 2003-01-27 22:17:42 by skypher skypher
someone quick post some gayporn to make this a real pouet thread!
added on the 2003-01-27 22:21:36 by violator violator
I don't use any of those libs.
However, I would use them, if I needed them.
I'm not against opensource, I'm against forcing opensource on everyone, everywhere, especially in places where it doesn't fit... Demoscene being a good example of such a place.
added on the 2003-01-27 22:29:04 by Scali Scali
22:40 *!* Topic for #demoscene: win32 superiority and fuck all commie penguin lovers!
added on the 2003-01-27 22:29:53 by skypher skypher
if (date==1) date2=2;
if (date==2) date2=3;
if (date==3) date2=4;
if (date==4) date2=5;
if (date==5) date2=6;
if (date==6) date2=7;
if (date==7) date2=8;
if (date==8) date2=9;
if (date==9) date2=10;
if (date==10) date2=11;
if (date==11) date2=12;
if (date==12) date2=1;

Hmmm..... Isn't that the least productive piece of code ever to appear on a public message board? I tought I sometimes disregard performance issues but that is really aweful, let me help you _216_

replace all that with this...

if (date==12)

This is the simple solution, there is another better way... Now, please go back to reading basic C programming for beginners :P

added on the 2003-01-27 22:30:07 by 33 33
demos would be much less interesting, if you could watch the code. all the really GREAT demos would lose their magic keep your demo sources closed,
don't kill creativity!
added on the 2003-01-27 23:53:03 by RufUsul RufUsul
> uh, why should opesource software be more usable, stable and high quality?

it doesn't have to be, of course. just like software doesn't have to suck just because it's lgpl:ed. (so easy to make wild generalizations, isn't it?). but there are a few shining examples. freebsd being one. a half decent (being generous here) os for $200 or a great os for $0. hmmm... i think i'll go for the latter thankyouverymuch, even though the makers are long haired commie hippies who fuck penguins (or more likely in this case, daemons), which for all intents and purposes, makes fuck all difference to me.
added on the 2003-01-27 23:56:50 by _ _
support for open source systems are usually also excellent. you can send in a bug report, and soon after there's a patch released to fix it. whereas with closed source systems such as windows, all you can do is sit and wait and hope they'll soon release a service pack that fixes the problem. (which could take a long time).
added on the 2003-01-28 00:33:23 by _ _
i take that your point is that by going public you'll just get bad advice and invalid bugfixes?-)
added on the 2003-01-28 00:38:50 by 216 216
I really don't think you can compare FreeBSD and Windows.
They're both OSes, but they're like day and night.
I use both.
FreeBSD for my server, and Windows for my desktop.

But let me say, if I'd have to choose, I'd rather use Windows as a server than FreeBSD as a desktop, if you know what I mean.

If you don't, nevermind *sigh*

And don't make the mistake of lumping the FreeBSD crowd together with the rest of the opensource crowd. They just want to make a good server-OS and have fun. They don't use that anal GNU license that forces opensource world domination on everything that it touches, and they don't think they are competition for Windows, like those linux hippies.
added on the 2003-01-28 07:36:47 by Scali Scali
Just to let you know, I love reading theoritical tutorials with pseudocode, and source code makes me dizzy ;P

Come to CPC, you know,. the one with 10 active sceners ;)
added on the 2003-01-28 07:37:18 by Optimonk Optimonk
33: LOL! you made my day;-)
added on the 2003-01-28 08:25:08 by uncle-x uncle-x
33: ROFL! I want more...
added on the 2003-01-28 08:35:54 by dixan dixan
Hey, does unrolled loops work on SQL? :)
At least it does in Quickbasic but qb45 compiler gets out of memory if I am doing it ;)
added on the 2003-01-28 08:43:03 by Optimonk Optimonk
I have read a 1337 trick oneday in one humoristic text. The more remarks you put, the faster your code is compiled. Haven't tried it to see if it is really running on my 286 =)
added on the 2003-01-28 08:44:10 by Optimonk Optimonk


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