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- - By siebharinn Date 2011-08-21 03:37
Anyone else using Gosu on the LD48? I'm posting over at!/siebharinn
Parent - - By jlnr (dev) Date 2011-08-21 06:36
Interesting! I am trying to port an old game to Gosu during the LD because it fits the theme. So I'm coding on caffeine, but cannot enter the compo :)
Parent - By siebharinn Date 2011-08-21 16:20
I don't want to gush like a fanboy, but gosu has been such a joy to work with. Thank you thank you thank you.  :)
Parent - - By siebharinn Date 2011-08-21 17:41
I'm seeing the massive slowdown on Windows with my LD code also. I'll get it posted to github and let you take a look, if you want.
Parent - By siebharinn Date 2011-08-21 18:40
It works fine on my daughter's computer though, so it has to be something environmental on the other two. I'll just cross my fingers and send it out to the LD community and see what happens.
Parent - - By jlnr (dev) Date 2011-08-22 06:43 Edited 2011-08-22 09:29
Umm, what is the link to your entry? :D You didn't even tweet it.
EDIT: Never mind:

I think I messed up the current Linux gem, will try to push a new one today so your users will not run into weird issues.

Did you use Ocra and bundle the .DLL from the News board? It's more stable than the current from from the gem.
Parent - - By siebharinn Date 2011-08-22 12:48
Heh. I was scrambling to get the Windows version ready for upload. I was having all kinds of problems with loading level files, and ended up switching to ruby 1.8.7 at the end, but still missed the fmod dll, and then I remembered you did an openal.dll. Sigh. By the time all of that was done, I just turned the computer off and went to bed.  :)

I will get a new build up there today, with the correct DLL.

I need to take a serious look at bundler, so Linux and Mac people don't have to have the same exact setup I do, to play it.
Parent - By jlnr (dev) Date 2011-08-23 01:38
The best way on OS X is to set up a Rakefile that copies your stuff into the skeleton .app bundle that is explained here:

For Linux, bundler is indeed the best choice, so you might as well use it for development too :)
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