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Immediate mode GUI

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EWClay

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My GUI is sort of done. Well, code is never really finished, but it's functional and I'm looking at other things now.

http://dtosoftware.wordpress.com/2013/03/13/an-immediate-mode-gui/

As it's almost stand-alone, I'm releasing the source too:

http://code.google.com/p/scavenger-library/

It requires Visual Studio 2012 with the November 2012 compiler and Allegro 5. Only the x64 build is working.

There's other stuff in there too. I'll talk about that when I have time to document it.
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I thought about using a IMGUI, but I've read that it often causes more problems than it solves for more complex interactivity. But I will take a look at your code, and I am starting to build a level editor, so it would be interesting to see how the GUI works in yours.

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