C Code joy: the image library

I have transferred my C++ image library to C. Fortunately that wasn’t too hard, and I’ve been able to make many improvements along the way. After the porting to C it’s cleaner, way more modular, I love it. Features supported image formats: bitmap (.BMP) JPEG PNG GIF (some cases not handled like interlaced data) supported… Continue Reading

What’s up? Doc!

Progress update on the documentation generator I’ve made a lot of progress on the code documentation tool. I took a lot of inspiration stole from Eskil Steenberg’s website gamepipeline.org. On “stealing” things On this subject, whenever I see something cool from another developer online, especially someone with more skill and experience, I try to analyze… Continue Reading

Do you C?

The confinement has taken its toll on me. I’m dropping C++ in favor of C. I wonder if the the virus got to my brain instead of my lungs? A week ago I decided to port all my C++ code to C. I still like C++ it a lot, I’m using it all the time… Continue Reading

Back after a break

News from the confinement area (a.k.a my living room…) It’s a crazy time, and I haven’t been productive at all these last few weeks. But I’m slowly adapting to the situation and I am motivated to work on some things again. Implementing the GIF format was a painful process, it took a while and I… Continue Reading

It’s GIF!!!

My next order of focus is something that will be extra beneficial and fun for the engine, supporting the GIF format! Yay \o/ I could very well take an existing library, but I don’t like the idea of pulling another dependency.I’d rather have my own bit of code that doesn’t require maintenance, checking versions, integration,… Continue Reading