Monthly Archives: December 2008

Personal preference for geometry coding

I started fiddling around with the rendering engine for Project Wellingham as my entry point to getting back into that code base, and in short order I realized that I really liked working with geometry related code and that I’d … Continue reading

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Project Wellinghall back underway

As Project Fangorn, a light weight web-based strategy game, has been put into the deep freeze and I’ve taken some time off to do some game playing, it is time to dust off Project Wellinghall and get back to work … Continue reading

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Compile C and C++ (and Python) code for the Flash platform

Just discovered Adobe Alchemy, which allows C and C++ code to be compiled for the Adobe Flash platform. For me anyway, this shines new light on the Flash platform, as this allows apps to be developed for Flash in widely … Continue reading

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Project Fangorn postmortem

Now that Project Fangorn is wrapped up and on ice, its time for the postmortem. What went wrong: Didn’t feel like I was productive enough. Went off on a tangent developing a prototype space based architectural abstraction over Google AppEngine’s … Continue reading

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Project Fangorn goes into the freezer

I’m skipping the back burner, and putting Project Fangorn on ice. I just pushed up the latest version to webgamesbyjosh.appspot.com. In that version the first of the general standing orders was implemented and I did a little of the work … Continue reading

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Project Fangorn Progress VI

I just deployed a new version of Project Fangorn.  This version uses the space-based architecture abstraction I created for GAE.  The only difference users will see is that the best case user command processing scenarios about about twice as fast.  … Continue reading

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Recording HTTP requests and response for replay and comparison

I’ve been trying to locate an existing tool that will record bunch of HTTP requests I make through my browser along with the responses, and then later run through though same requests again and verify the responses are identical to … Continue reading

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