Moving Entities on Boost Squares
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0:40Demo the difference between calling a function via a pointer and as a regular function call
0:40Demo the difference between calling a function via a pointer and as a regular function call
0:40Demo the difference between calling a function via a pointer and as a regular function call
5:07A cursory explanation of what the processor is doing
5:07A cursory explanation of what the processor is doing
5:07A cursory explanation of what the processor is doing
11:22Demo what happens when you call a function via a pointer
11:22Demo what happens when you call a function via a pointer
11:22Demo what happens when you call a function via a pointer
18:06Demo the difference in the assembly when building as an x64 executable, and then in release mode
18:06Demo the difference in the assembly when building as an x64 executable, and then in release mode
18:06Demo the difference in the assembly when building as an x64 executable, and then in release mode
21:21Demo what has to happen when you call a C++ virtual function
21:21Demo what has to happen when you call a C++ virtual function
21:21Demo what has to happen when you call a C++ virtual function
29:09Run the game and determine to get teleportation working
29:09Run the game and determine to get teleportation working
29:09Run the game and determine to get teleportation working
29:53handmade_world_mode.cpp: Enable UpdateAndRenderEntities() to teleport entities when they stand on a boost pad
29:53handmade_world_mode.cpp: Enable UpdateAndRenderEntities() to teleport entities when they stand on a boost pad
29:53handmade_world_mode.cpp: Enable UpdateAndRenderEntities() to teleport entities when they stand on a boost pad
34:31Run the game and try out the boost pad
34:31Run the game and try out the boost pad
34:31Run the game and try out the boost pad
36:57handmade_brain.cpp: Enable ExecuteBrain() to make the hero's head spring back to the body
36:57handmade_brain.cpp: Enable ExecuteBrain() to make the hero's head spring back to the body
36:57handmade_brain.cpp: Enable ExecuteBrain() to make the hero's head spring back to the body
39:10Run the game and try out the boost pad to find that the head follows the body
39:10Run the game and try out the boost pad to find that the head follows the body
39:10Run the game and try out the boost pad to find that the head follows the body
40:41handmade_entity.cpp: Make the body hop from the boost pad to the landing location
40:41handmade_entity.cpp: Make the body hop from the boost pad to the landing location
40:41handmade_entity.cpp: Make the body hop from the boost pad to the landing location
44:10Run the game and try hopping off the boost pad
44:10Run the game and try hopping off the boost pad
44:10Run the game and try hopping off the boost pad
45:35todo.txt: Update and consult the TODO list
45:35todo.txt: Update and consult the TODO list
45:35todo.txt: Update and consult the TODO list
50:58Q&A
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50:58Q&A
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50:58Q&A
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51:29sssmcgrath My 3 year old would like to know "why he angry?" re: the hero1
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51:29sssmcgrath My 3 year old would like to know "why he angry?" re: the hero1
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51:29sssmcgrath My 3 year old would like to know "why he angry?" re: the hero1
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52:20thesizik I think the snakes choose their next jump destination while still on the upper floor, so after they get boosted down they can jump back up again
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52:20thesizik I think the snakes choose their next jump destination while still on the upper floor, so after they get boosted down they can jump back up again
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52:20thesizik I think the snakes choose their next jump destination while still on the upper floor, so after they get boosted down they can jump back up again
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53:07soysaucethekid If you look at Kirby, the American version always has an angry face and the Japanese version is always smiling
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53:07soysaucethekid If you look at Kirby, the American version always has an angry face and the Japanese version is always smiling
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53:07soysaucethekid If you look at Kirby, the American version always has an angry face and the Japanese version is always smiling
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53:24uplinkcoder What happens if someone blocks the place someone gets boosted down to
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53:24uplinkcoder What happens if someone blocks the place someone gets boosted down to
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53:24uplinkcoder What happens if someone blocks the place someone gets boosted down to
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54:01a_pulsing_mage Can we talk again about Euro time stream?
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54:01a_pulsing_mage Can we talk again about Euro time stream?
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54:01a_pulsing_mage Can we talk again about Euro time stream?
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54:52Close "Solution ideas for the floor relative perspective transition issues"2
54:52Close "Solution ideas for the floor relative perspective transition issues"2
54:52Close "Solution ideas for the floor relative perspective transition issues"2
55:52a_pulsing_mage Streams at times for Europe like you did at the start of the project
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55:52a_pulsing_mage Streams at times for Europe like you did at the start of the project
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55:52a_pulsing_mage Streams at times for Europe like you did at the start of the project
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56:45arigato_corleone Are more general software questions okay?
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56:45arigato_corleone Are more general software questions okay?
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56:45arigato_corleone Are more general software questions okay?
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57:07longboolean Not being boosted down would clue the player in that there is an enemy there. Will that affect gameplay much?
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57:07longboolean Not being boosted down would clue the player in that there is an enemy there. Will that affect gameplay much?
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57:07longboolean Not being boosted down would clue the player in that there is an enemy there. Will that affect gameplay much?
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57:53cyberpunkhobo Any reason why you don't just let the hero jump down and only use jump pads for moving up levels?
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57:53cyberpunkhobo Any reason why you don't just let the hero jump down and only use jump pads for moving up levels?
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57:53cyberpunkhobo Any reason why you don't just let the hero jump down and only use jump pads for moving up levels?
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58:36dmitsuki In case you care, my problem with Minowski sums before was that when you drew it, the way it was drawn, my brain assumed you meant the origin of the shapes and not the origin of the graph
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58:36dmitsuki In case you care, my problem with Minowski sums before was that when you drew it, the way it was drawn, my brain assumed you meant the origin of the shapes and not the origin of the graph
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58:36dmitsuki In case you care, my problem with Minowski sums before was that when you drew it, the way it was drawn, my brain assumed you meant the origin of the shapes and not the origin of the graph
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59:34a_pulsing_mage demetrispanos told me about time reversible debuggers, and it sounds kinda bonkers. How would you implement it without making a huge strain on the runtime?
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59:34a_pulsing_mage demetrispanos told me about time reversible debuggers, and it sounds kinda bonkers. How would you implement it without making a huge strain on the runtime?
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59:34a_pulsing_mage demetrispanos told me about time reversible debuggers, and it sounds kinda bonkers. How would you implement it without making a huge strain on the runtime?
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1:02:13arigato_corleone Thoughts on VR? Have you had a chance to try out modern VR experiences? Developed any software for VR or thought about it?
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1:02:13arigato_corleone Thoughts on VR? Have you had a chance to try out modern VR experiences? Developed any software for VR or thought about it?
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1:02:13arigato_corleone Thoughts on VR? Have you had a chance to try out modern VR experiences? Developed any software for VR or thought about it?
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1:05:46a_pulsing_mage I looked for calls to the OS to give me the page size and I couldn't find it
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1:05:46a_pulsing_mage I looked for calls to the OS to give me the page size and I couldn't find it
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1:05:46a_pulsing_mage I looked for calls to the OS to give me the page size and I couldn't find it
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1:06:55a_pulsing_mage I meant the allocated pages
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1:06:55a_pulsing_mage I meant the allocated pages
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1:06:55a_pulsing_mage I meant the allocated pages
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1:07:32arigato_corleone Have you had a chance to look into the Rust programming language? Thoughts?
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1:07:32arigato_corleone Have you had a chance to look into the Rust programming language? Thoughts?
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1:07:32arigato_corleone Have you had a chance to look into the Rust programming language? Thoughts?
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1:07:40dmitsuki Is the penalty for polymorphic calls in non-intensive sections of codes worth the trade-off of usage benefits? Also, do you think you could beat John Carmack in a fight? You seem buff
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1:07:40dmitsuki Is the penalty for polymorphic calls in non-intensive sections of codes worth the trade-off of usage benefits? Also, do you think you could beat John Carmack in a fight? You seem buff
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1:07:40dmitsuki Is the penalty for polymorphic calls in non-intensive sections of codes worth the trade-off of usage benefits? Also, do you think you could beat John Carmack in a fight? You seem buff
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1:09:55dmitsuki To be real, my other question didn't matter. I don't care about polymorphism
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1:09:55dmitsuki To be real, my other question didn't matter. I don't care about polymorphism
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1:09:55dmitsuki To be real, my other question didn't matter. I don't care about polymorphism
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1:11:07leftsideej How long do you think until a new low-level-capable language will be produced to surpass C++?
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1:11:07leftsideej How long do you think until a new low-level-capable language will be produced to surpass C++?
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1:11:07leftsideej How long do you think until a new low-level-capable language will be produced to surpass C++?
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1:15:58uplinkcoder Dlang!
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1:15:58uplinkcoder Dlang!
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1:15:58uplinkcoder Dlang!
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1:18:08mellowplexus Everything worth noting is made in C++, though
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1:18:08mellowplexus Everything worth noting is made in C++, though
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1:18:08mellowplexus Everything worth noting is made in C++, though
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1:23:54dmitsuki Do you think the fundamental issue with programming languages is not giving access to memory and treating memory as first class?
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1:23:54dmitsuki Do you think the fundamental issue with programming languages is not giving access to memory and treating memory as first class?
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1:23:54dmitsuki Do you think the fundamental issue with programming languages is not giving access to memory and treating memory as first class?
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1:26:41tinyconstruct A classmate in my graphics class actually cursed me out last week because malloc() "is too complicated to use in large programs." It's nuts how ardent people are about believing obviously wrong things. Just bonkers
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1:26:41tinyconstruct A classmate in my graphics class actually cursed me out last week because malloc() "is too complicated to use in large programs." It's nuts how ardent people are about believing obviously wrong things. Just bonkers
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1:26:41tinyconstruct A classmate in my graphics class actually cursed me out last week because malloc() "is too complicated to use in large programs." It's nuts how ardent people are about believing obviously wrong things. Just bonkers
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1:30:48jameswidman This sounds like a good argument for requiring software engineering students to ship a game as one of the requirements for graduation
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1:30:48jameswidman This sounds like a good argument for requiring software engineering students to ship a game as one of the requirements for graduation
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1:30:48jameswidman This sounds like a good argument for requiring software engineering students to ship a game as one of the requirements for graduation
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1:31:30cacheoverride Do you think it's worth moving to C++ from C99?
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1:31:30cacheoverride Do you think it's worth moving to C++ from C99?
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1:31:30cacheoverride Do you think it's worth moving to C++ from C99?
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1:31:51leftsideej Picking the less of two evils here, what's your advice between GNU Emacs and MCS?
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1:31:51leftsideej Picking the less of two evils here, what's your advice between GNU Emacs and MCS?
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1:31:51leftsideej Picking the less of two evils here, what's your advice between GNU Emacs and MCS?
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1:32:12cynokron If JAI doesn't work out, will you have to take it into your own hands and make a language?
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1:32:12cynokron If JAI doesn't work out, will you have to take it into your own hands and make a language?
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1:32:12cynokron If JAI doesn't work out, will you have to take it into your own hands and make a language?
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1:33:09longboolean Is there a practical way to use C in place of web languages like JavaScript and HTML? Is it possible to give them competition on the web?3
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1:33:09longboolean Is there a practical way to use C in place of web languages like JavaScript and HTML? Is it possible to give them competition on the web?3
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1:33:09longboolean Is there a practical way to use C in place of web languages like JavaScript and HTML? Is it possible to give them competition on the web?3
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1:35:17kapsy1312 When I started at University we started learning OOP and Java. Do you think that this is part of the problem? I'm pretty sure if we'd started learning about Hardware then Assembly then C I would have been a better programmer earlier
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1:35:17kapsy1312 When I started at University we started learning OOP and Java. Do you think that this is part of the problem? I'm pretty sure if we'd started learning about Hardware then Assembly then C I would have been a better programmer earlier
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1:35:17kapsy1312 When I started at University we started learning OOP and Java. Do you think that this is part of the problem? I'm pretty sure if we'd started learning about Hardware then Assembly then C I would have been a better programmer earlier
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1:36:37zilarrezko How high is getting rid of windows.h and std libraries on your TODO list?
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1:36:37zilarrezko How high is getting rid of windows.h and std libraries on your TODO list?
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1:36:37zilarrezko How high is getting rid of windows.h and std libraries on your TODO list?
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1:37:07longboolean So you still need to convert to HTML, JavaScript, etc, but you do your main development in C?
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1:37:07longboolean So you still need to convert to HTML, JavaScript, etc, but you do your main development in C?
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1:37:07longboolean So you still need to convert to HTML, JavaScript, etc, but you do your main development in C?
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1:38:21zilarrezko Yes, getting rid of std libraries and windows.h on Handmade Hero
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1:38:21zilarrezko Yes, getting rid of std libraries and windows.h on Handmade Hero
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1:38:21zilarrezko Yes, getting rid of std libraries and windows.h on Handmade Hero
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1:39:17a_pulsing_mage What do you think about the new Coffee lake processor announcement? Seems like Intel is losing it
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1:39:17a_pulsing_mage What do you think about the new Coffee lake processor announcement? Seems like Intel is losing it
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1:39:17a_pulsing_mage What do you think about the new Coffee lake processor announcement? Seems like Intel is losing it
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1:39:31leftsideej Do you think TDD is efficient for a learning tool?
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1:39:31leftsideej Do you think TDD is efficient for a learning tool?
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1:39:31leftsideej Do you think TDD is efficient for a learning tool?
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1:39:40omnitechnomancer What is your opinion on high level features that are predicated on the unobservability of various low level details?
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1:39:40omnitechnomancer What is your opinion on high level features that are predicated on the unobservability of various low level details?
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1:39:40omnitechnomancer What is your opinion on high level features that are predicated on the unobservability of various low level details?
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1:39:56cynokron How is it even possible to remove windows.h? I thought that was the lowest possible choice without writing an OS yourself
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1:39:56cynokron How is it even possible to remove windows.h? I thought that was the lowest possible choice without writing an OS yourself
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1:39:56cynokron How is it even possible to remove windows.h? I thought that was the lowest possible choice without writing an OS yourself
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1:40:55oldboy7 Have you done any JavaScript programming?
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1:40:55oldboy7 Have you done any JavaScript programming?
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1:40:55oldboy7 Have you done any JavaScript programming?
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1:41:11a_pulsing_mage The announcement was "10nm for low performance machine, and 14nm for high end, but more cores for them"
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1:41:11a_pulsing_mage The announcement was "10nm for low performance machine, and 14nm for high end, but more cores for them"
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1:41:11a_pulsing_mage The announcement was "10nm for low performance machine, and 14nm for high end, but more cores for them"
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1:41:49zilarrezko Shawn I know has his own file for just the windows function prototypes he uses. I've tried this in C, and it worked practically flawlessly, but I've had a problem getting it to work in C++. Do you know anything about that, that it could help me? Or should I try the forum?
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1:41:49zilarrezko Shawn I know has his own file for just the windows function prototypes he uses. I've tried this in C, and it worked practically flawlessly, but I've had a problem getting it to work in C++. Do you know anything about that, that it could help me? Or should I try the forum?
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1:41:49zilarrezko Shawn I know has his own file for just the windows function prototypes he uses. I've tried this in C, and it worked practically flawlessly, but I've had a problem getting it to work in C++. Do you know anything about that, that it could help me? Or should I try the forum?
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1:42:35leftsideej Have you considered getting a team together and maybe making a new language, doing it the right way?
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1:42:35leftsideej Have you considered getting a team together and maybe making a new language, doing it the right way?
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1:42:35leftsideej Have you considered getting a team together and maybe making a new language, doing it the right way?
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1:43:35dmitsuki I am currently writing the renderer for my own engine and I don't know if I should future proof it by writing it in Vulkan or stick with OpenGL 4.3. Do you have any opinions on the importance of multithreading for rendering?
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1:43:35dmitsuki I am currently writing the renderer for my own engine and I don't know if I should future proof it by writing it in Vulkan or stick with OpenGL 4.3. Do you have any opinions on the importance of multithreading for rendering?
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1:43:35dmitsuki I am currently writing the renderer for my own engine and I don't know if I should future proof it by writing it in Vulkan or stick with OpenGL 4.3. Do you have any opinions on the importance of multithreading for rendering?
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1:45:43mellowplexus Remove context from OpenGL? What do you mean?
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1:45:43mellowplexus Remove context from OpenGL? What do you mean?
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1:45:43mellowplexus Remove context from OpenGL? What do you mean?
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1:47:50jameswidman Interesting that you and Jonathan Blow disagree about the usefulness of AZDO (but you both seem to agree that we should just have a stable ISA and not even bother with programming GPUs through an API anymore)
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1:47:50jameswidman Interesting that you and Jonathan Blow disagree about the usefulness of AZDO (but you both seem to agree that we should just have a stable ISA and not even bother with programming GPUs through an API anymore)
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1:47:50jameswidman Interesting that you and Jonathan Blow disagree about the usefulness of AZDO (but you both seem to agree that we should just have a stable ISA and not even bother with programming GPUs through an API anymore)
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1:50:42leftsideej Do you think DX12 is going to be a big improvement over 11?
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1:50:42leftsideej Do you think DX12 is going to be a big improvement over 11?
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1:50:42leftsideej Do you think DX12 is going to be a big improvement over 11?
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1:50:54Done
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1:50:54Done
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1:50:54Done
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