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Finally.  AvP menus are now complete.


My guess: Quake 2 source released on December 21, 2001.


Integrate: 1 / (5 + 4*cos(t))^2 for t=0..Pi


"If you are confused, check with the sun"


Thanks go out to Joe Valenzuela, for pointing out the One-Definition Rule
(9.2.3).  (see 11/21/2001)


About your app database 
( )...
Apparantly you target applications that already exist natively on Linux. 
For example, here is a list of games:

Hexen II - source released by Raven Software.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein MP TEST - Linux binary released by id Software.
Soldier of Fortune - ported by Loki Software.
Tribes 2 - ported by Loki Software.
Unreal Tournament - ported by Epic/Loki Software.
Heavy Metal FAKK2 - ported by Loki Software.
DGen - ported to Linux by Joe Groff.
Handy - ported to Linux by Niels Wagenaar.
Zsnes - ported to Linux by Dan Olson, et al.
Deus Ex - ported by Loki Software.
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri - ported by Loki Software.
X-Plane - being ported inhouse.
Heroes of Might and Magic 3 - ported by Loki Software.

I do not believe it is in your best interest to list such games.  Work
should be done on games that will never exist natively in Linux; there are
plenty to choose from.



Is it wrong in C++ to have two different structs/classes with the same name 
in two different source files?

typedef struct Item
} Item;

<code that uses above struct>

typedef struct Item
} Item;

<code that uses above struct>

Things in a.cpp were not even used, but things in b.cpp would crash when it
used its Item.  The program would not crash if a.cpp wasn't linked in.

GCC 2.95.4 / 3.0.2 bug?  User Error?  Bad Ram?


Integrate this: x^2 / (x^4 + 4) for x=0..inf


Kohan still rocks.

Menus are now sorta-usable.


Kohan rocks.


"pure virtual method called" ... great.


The menu code works, except that you cannot see anything.


Blithely trying to get the AvP menu code to build.  Cold medication always
makes me tired and lightheaded; maybe I should went to sleep instead.

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