Recently, I've been playing with aalib again. aalib Rocks.http://icculus.org/aahelperhttp://icculus.org/jugglemaster/mpeg/aa5mills.mpeg
I think that these could mostly be considered Bad Things(TM).
I like it.
Woooo! My new Nimbus is on it's way to me [No, really]http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=741
*hops up & down*
I can't wait.
People never cease to amaze me.
First, of yesterday's problems:
The color separation. All I had to do was clamp to the limits instead
of scaling down, and suddenly the juggling dude is now not pink. So
The GNU Autotools still blow. Instructions are still "edit the makefile",
but at least it's easy to do, now.
Last night, I go into #wxwidgets, and ask for a little help. Today,
someone I don't know [except briefly on IRC] sends me a huge patch
and Visual Studio buildfiles. People like that rock. And he didn't even
want credit beyond a mention of his handle, which I've duly placed in
a couple places.
I've now got mpeg dumping working. Which is nice. As the webpage says,
"Better Than The PostScript Ones(TM)"
Color separation is slightly off, and the whole of jugglemaster now
BADLY needs to be autoconfiscated [current build instructions use terms
like "edit the Makefile"], but it's coming along pretty well.
Of course, if anyone wants to offer a bit of help fixing either of the
above, I'd be eternally grateful...
I wonder if it's in bad taste that as my two-page random-test-document
for printing out at work, I've been using my CV.
Using the office printers, I've printed out maybe a couple hundred copies
of it recently.