Easy Peasy (easier peasier at least)
I've also taken code that had no functions, and put sections into functions with parameters.
That wasn't that bad.
I need to take code scattered all over a forum, create classes using related code, change the names of all functions and/or variables to more obvious names (if needed), put grouped code into functions with useful parameters (if needed), and package this code into their respective file names (by class). Also, I am trying to make a demo level/game that demonstrates every aspect of the code (how it is used).
I made an attempt here:
How I am making it easier on myself:
I have a document automation app called Editorial that is going to make the re-naming a lot faster (once I have the code organized a bit better). I could also use it for adding functions with parameters to my code faster, and editing existing code (using regular expressions and such).
How can I tackle this in an organized and efficient manner? Step by Step?
How should I package it? As a separate file for each class, or as one file with all classes in it?
The demo game? What could it be like? Style?
I am programming in Lua, so I have more freedom when constructing the way my object orientation works.
One more Thing:
I also have to make several control schemes for the demo game.
Edited by Tutorial Doctor, 06 July 2014 - 03:07 PM.