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GTL : The Return Of The Image Loader

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_the_phantom_

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OK, I've not done any work recently on it, however that will change tomorrow.

Why?

Because, after a little bit of hackery I've managed to get Boost to compile for the GP2x, this means... GTL on GP2x is go!

So, I'll either be (a) making a release and then getting an ARM make file done or (b) make ARM make file then release new version

Either way, all things being equal I WILL do it tomorrow, as I have my dev enviroment pretty much good to go again [smile]

I've also got an excuse to put more effort into C#, there is a program to compress gpe files, however its a command line job so I might (note might!) have a go at making a GUI for it. We'll see how that goes, its not really all that high on my 'todo' list [smile]
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Just incase you didn't notice it, I started up the .NET bindings to GTL: GtlDotNet. Haven't tested it at all so there are probably massive amounts of bugs...

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@Rob
Ah, good good... is now a good time to tell you that the interface has changed then? [grin]

@Oli
Yes, boost is indeed compiled [grin]

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Ah, good good... is now a good time to tell you that the interface has changed then?
Bah! I'll never win...

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