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plagueis
13 years ago

Yeah, I understand the advantages of modern development models in many areas where computing is useful…but frankly after 4 years in the IT industry I’m fed up with all the frameworks, API’s and generic routines. I’ve gotten back into old school, demos and intros in order to get away from all that stuff. It’s nice to be able to code and still use my brain. A guy I know once said that if you are trying to write a nice generalized routine that can handle any kind of data it receives, then you probably ought to not be into demos…a… Read more »

newton
16 years ago

libraries! we dont need no stinking libraries! 🙂

(sincerely, a pre 1993 coder)

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16 years ago

This intro was also used for Legend on "Tanks", with Lambada music. bobbearing: where is "custom.i" ? I don’t like sources with all these incdir and .i Actully using INCLUDE files (".i") allows for clean and highly modular code. Lots of post-1993. assembler intro code was written using very modern development metholodogies. One of those was using libraries of routines which were written in a generic way (for testing mouse events, doing scrolling, copper effects, playing music) and doing *rapid* development just by INCLUDEing the necessary routines. People just give me a blank stare of disbelief when I try to… Read more »

janer
17 years ago

hmmm… i think… yes wayne… i am not sure…

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WayneK
17 years ago

omg my eyes… pink + yellow copper, what was Caddy thinking? 🙂
btw: Wasn’t this used as a Legend intro?

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bobbearing
17 years ago

where are all good sources ? :dozingoff :ow

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bobbearing
17 years ago

where is "custom.i" ? I don’t like sources with all these incdir and .i

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mr.spiv
17 years ago

Love the logo :love

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