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by AGS
Dec 22, 2007 23:55
Forum: Libraries
Topic: GDSL Problem
Replies: 3
Views: 1592

Re: GDSL Problem

Can anyone tell me what's going wrong with my program here? It should print numbers from 50 down to 1, but some zeros are showing up (and obviously shouldn't be). Thanks, Livewire I don't have the dll necessary to test gdsl so it is hard to tell what goes wrong. From what I can tell SizeOf(Integer)...
by AGS
Dec 21, 2007 19:26
Forum: Documentation
Topic: What to do with small mistakes in the manual?
Replies: 16
Views: 5864

I just edited my first wiki page (very minor changes on one page) and intend to edit the wiki more often.

Thanks a lot for the support and it is great to read that people from different countries participate in this project.
by AGS
Dec 20, 2007 22:48
Forum: Documentation
Topic: What to do with small mistakes in the manual?
Replies: 16
Views: 5864

You can fix the mistake if you're registered on the wiki :-) I don't know, anonymous1337. I am going to register on the wiki (no doubt) but English is my second language. Reading a text in English is usually no problem for me and I can find small spelling-mistakes in an English text. But when it co...
by AGS
Dec 20, 2007 22:11
Forum: Documentation
Topic: What to do with small mistakes in the manual?
Replies: 16
Views: 5864

What to do with small mistakes in the manual?

I use the FB manual very often and every now and then I find a mistake in the manual. What should I do when I find one? Should I just post it here, in this thread, or do something else to report the 'mistake' ? I'm asking this because posting a 'bug report' on a typo/spelling-mistake (because that's...
by AGS
Dec 19, 2007 9:58
Forum: Linux
Topic: Puppy Linux FreeBASIC how to
Replies: 13
Views: 8667

In Puppy, if you have a "Save file" on a flash drive or hard drive, when ever you download anything or change any settings it will update the "Save file" when you reboot, shut down and every now and then while Puppy is running. mnt/home is the flash drive and devx_300.sfs will stay there unless you...
by AGS
Dec 18, 2007 22:00
Forum: Linux
Topic: Puppy Linux FreeBASIC how to
Replies: 13
Views: 8667

Re: Puppy Linux FreeBASIC how to

Puppy Linux is run as a live cd (you can install it if you want but I didn't),it runs in the ram. You don't even need a hard drive to try it but to use FreeBasic you'll want one or a USB flash drive (I use a 1GB flash drive). Open the browser and go to ftp://ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/pupp...
by AGS
Dec 14, 2007 13:25
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Defining a Community. Why is Ours Lost?
Replies: 76
Views: 29799

notthecheatr wrote:I'm not nearly the most advanced programmer here, but anonymous1337 and I are probably among the top 25-30% and neither of us is educated... I'm 16 and he's 17,


Kids......
by AGS
Dec 13, 2007 19:24
Forum: Projects
Topic: 3D Fire
Replies: 22
Views: 4708

I found the statement that makes stretch_blit crash. set_color_depth(32) Any other value for set_color_depth will work (8/16/24). So stretch_blit does work but not (yet) with set_color_depth(32). [Edit] I got the first demo to work at 16 - bits - color. It does not look right because the pro...
by AGS
Dec 13, 2007 17:59
Forum: Projects
Topic: 3D Fire
Replies: 22
Views: 4708

It works in FB, just not in your specific FB code =P Those were my thoughts exactly when my FB - program didn't work. And that was why I didn't try to get the whole program to work but just tested: - putpixel - _putpixel32 - blit and of course - stretch_blit I'll try once more. If it works in FB th...
by AGS
Dec 12, 2007 22:11
Forum: Projects
Topic: 3D Fire
Replies: 22
Views: 4708

It would appear as though 'stretch_blit' doesn't work in FB. Other than that, there seem to be other issues with the port, I haven't taken a good look at it yet I took a good look at the fb - source, changed what needed to be changed and still no result. Then I just tried to put some pixels on the ...
by AGS
Dec 08, 2007 21:28
Forum: Beginners
Topic: cannot launch freebasic
Replies: 16
Views: 3817

It's no fun to have to type a lot every time you changed something in one source - file? Well, type fbc myprogram.bas in command line and if it gives errors, fix them in text-editor and press up-arrow and you have fbc myprog.bas there again ;) :) Right you are. For a project consisting of one sourc...
by AGS
Dec 08, 2007 17:59
Forum: Beginners
Topic: cannot launch freebasic
Replies: 16
Views: 3817

Re: LINUX GUI editor.

Hi yeehi, If you are wishing to malke xwindow progs, My understanding is that FreeBASIC will do it. If your looking for a xwindow editor and debugger, the best I can find for LINUX is the BlueFish editor. How about Geany? It has got FreeBASIC - syntax - highlighting. Don't let the lack of a debugge...
by AGS
Dec 07, 2007 23:22
Forum: Projects
Topic: 3D Fire
Replies: 22
Views: 4708

It would appear as though 'stretch_blit' doesn't work in FB. Other than that, there seem to be other issues with the port, I haven't taken a good look at it yet, but here's on that stuck out: If (c > 185) Then c = 185 _putpixel32(back, x, y, pal(c)) End If should be: If (...
by AGS
Dec 07, 2007 21:44
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: FreeBasic interpreter?
Replies: 42
Views: 19954

I'm going to try either of the following two options: -- Build me a LiveCD that contains FreeBASIC and the latest version of Insight. I hope that everything will fit into ram because if it will then I've got some sort of an interpreter. The biggest problem here is disksize of course (as the contents...
by AGS
Dec 07, 2007 19:57
Forum: Projects
Topic: 3D Fire
Replies: 22
Views: 4708

I finished my FB - version of the fire - demo a couple of days ago. And now I have put it online. The link: One thing... is doesn't work (yet). First I had some problems with the dll I was using (wrong version) so I renamed the allegro - dll I had (allegro42.dll). The program crashed with allegro42....

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