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I was just wondering. How standard is SDL? Is it used commercially for cross-platform games or would any commercial company never use SDL because they''ll just create base classes for all platforms specifically? -CProgrammer

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Well, SDL was used for the Linux port of Civilization: Call to Power, not sure about any other commercial games. But I think that the quality of some of the amature devlopment projects speaks louder than its commercial success at the moment.

www.libsdl.org

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Chronic Logic''s games, Triptych and Pontifex II used SDL. They were (or are?) available for Windows and Linux (dunno about Mac, possibly)

These are definitely commercial games as I bought them

Mark

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well.. i use it. even for my webserver.. just don''t rant that it currently only prints hello world, it''s just a small replacement for the real one wich needs some rewriting due a bug :D




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