• What are you working on? December 2011 Edition
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  • OH GOD YES! I got selection cropping working! :rock: Warning, [url=http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29551413/YES.avi]another huge video to compensate for my small penis[/url] (Inverted colours to show that transparency isn't lost or something, I dunno lol) [editline]21st December 2011[/editline] It's still really buggy (throws an exception if you crop outside of the images size range) but atleast I have it working for now
  • [QUOTE=Yogurt;33839394]Using git from a command line makes you feel so cool.[/QUOTE] Uhh, is there really any other (not shitty) way to use git?
  • [QUOTE=Jawalt;33839508]Uhh, is there really any other (not shitty) way to use git?[/QUOTE] I don't think so. It's just so awesome to be typing shit down at the speed of light.
  • [QUOTE=supersnail11;33839671]TortiseGit?[/QUOTE] Get out of here [del]stalker[/del] shitty program.
  • I use TortoiseSVN for virtually all my stuff, so the one time I tried git, I used TortoiseGit and it was a friendly way for me to ease into it.
  • Simple 2d motion blur based on the camera's velocity. [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9038221/perpixelblur.png[/img] It took way longer than it should have, but I did it all on my own!
  • [QUOTE=Jawalt;33839508]Uhh, is there really any other (not shitty) way to use git?[/QUOTE] There's a really slick tool on OS X called SourceTree from the bitbucket folks. Works with git and hg, and is free. I use it when I don't feel like writing my commit message, and looking at all my changes in a separate vim buffer.
  • [QUOTE=chimitos;33840492]Half of my artistic rating was for your theme.[/QUOTE] Soft 7 by AP-Graphik.
  • Wha was that tool posted not too long ago that draws a timeline graph of a git/svn project?
  • I decided that I really needed to get server-side client code (HUD-like stuff), so I added a little bit to my virtual filesystem library, now I can load entire directories into the vfs and send them to clients :eng101:
  • Made object size not matter with portals! That's been bugging me for months (really). [img]http://i.imgur.com/8LNgk.png[/img] Feels good to finally get it done. I'm invincible!
  • [QUOTE=Richy19;33840732]Wha was that tool posted not too long ago that draws a timeline graph of a git/svn project?[/QUOTE] Are you talking about [url=http://code.google.com/p/gource/]gource[/url]?
  • [QUOTE=amcfaggot;33839849]I use TortoiseSVN for virtually all my stuff, so the one time I tried git, I used TortoiseGit and it was a friendly way for me to ease into it.[/QUOTE] Now it's time to use TortoiseHG! :v: In other notes, I cloned the Facepunch Lua API over to Mercurial. It's on [url=https://bitbucket.org/luastoned/facepunch-lua-api]BitBucket[/url]
  • [QUOTE=garry;33834946]Added an OGG codec to Holly. The example program outputs webm and ogg now. EncodingExample.exe : [url]http://puu.sh/bd90[/url] Ogg: [vid]http://puu.sh/bdbC[/vid] WebM: [vid]http://puu.sh/bdbK[/vid] [editline]21st December 2011[/editline] OGG don't loop so good.[/QUOTE] First one doesn't loop, second one plays but uses all my CPU. [editline]22nd December 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Perl;33832130]oh hey you made an italy[/QUOTE] And.... my coffee is everywhere.
  • [QUOTE=LuaStoned;33841097]Now it's time to use TortoiseHG! :v: In other notes, I cloned the Facepunch Lua API over to Mercurial. It's on [url=https://bitbucket.org/luastoned/facepunch-lua-api]BitBucket[/url][/QUOTE] BitBucket is awesome.
  • I'm thinking of using FMOD instead of writing my own audio decoder for all of the many containers/formats. But I really don't like the fact that it is proprietary. :suicide:
  • [QUOTE=LuaStoned;33841097]Now it's time to use TortoiseHG! :v: In other notes, I cloned the Facepunch Lua API over to Mercurial. It's on [url=https://bitbucket.org/luastoned/facepunch-lua-api]BitBucket[/url][/QUOTE] are you working on the API with them?
  • Was tired of filling my code with [csharp]this.SuspendLayout(); //code this.ResumeLayout();[/csharp] Now I can fill it with [csharp]using (new SuspendLayout(this)) { //code }[/csharp] [csharp] /// <summary> /// Suspends layout on construction, resumes on dispose. /// </summary> public class SuspendLayout : IDisposable { protected readonly Control control; public SuspendLayout(Control cont) { control = cont; control.SuspendLayout(); } public void Dispose() { control.ResumeLayout(); } }[/csharp]
  • [QUOTE=high;33841402]Was tired of filling my code with [csharp]this.SuspendLayout(); //code this.ResumeLayout();[/csharp] Now I can fill it with [csharp]using (new SuspendLayout(this)) { //code }[/csharp] [csharp] /// <summary> /// Suspends layout on construction, resumes on dispose. /// </summary> public class SuspendLayout : IDisposable { protected readonly Control control; public SuspendLayout(Control cont) { control = cont; control.SuspendLayout(); } public void Dispose() { control.ResumeLayout(); } }[/csharp][/QUOTE] That makes me feel dirty.
  • [QUOTE=Ortzinator;33841618]That makes me feel dirty.[/QUOTE] That's not a terrible way to go about it tbh, using scope like that isn't a bad thing.
  • Added a nice captcha window. It should work, but I'm not sure, because Omegle refuses to send me a captcha request. It's way too trusting. [URL="http://code.google.com/p/dot-omegle/downloads/detail?name=CleverOmegle-v1%2C0%2C5.zip"]CleverBot v1.0.5 get[/URL]
  • [hd]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2T1vQ6_yMDg[/hd] Finally back, with no bandwidth limits. Dunno why the zombies keep going invisible yet.
  • [QUOTE=RusselG;33841326]are you working on the API with them?[/QUOTE] Yeah? I contributed most of the Ajax / POST stuff :P
  • [QUOTE=Sc00by22;33836595]-snip- [img]http://i.imgur.com/WiWI6.png[/img][/QUOTE] [code] if (correct) { return true; } else { return false; }[/code] [code]return correct;[/code] :v: ?
  • [QUOTE=sambooo;33841844][code] if (correct) { return true; } else { return false; }[/code] [code]return correct;[/code] :v: ?[/QUOTE] I knew someone who kept writing: [code] if( a == true ) { b = true; } else if( a == false ) { b = false; }[/code]