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SDL.NET 1.5.1 Released PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 December 2003 22:28

SDL.NET 1.5.1 is now available for download. I added strongnames to all the assemblies so you can now put them in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and use them more easily. All the assemblies have been tested under Mono for Windows and Linux. All the examples work fine except CDTest under Linux. Click on Read More for further information.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 November 2010 10:21
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SDL.NET 1.5 Release PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 04 December 2003 22:24

Ross has handed over the SDL.NET management reigns to me (Jendave). I'll be taking up the development and maintenance of the project. Thanks Ross! To celebrate, I have released a new version of SDL.NET.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 November 2010 10:21
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CS-SDL and SDL.Net Merge PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 16 March 2003 22:21

I was recently pointed to a website containing a project called SDL.Net which was started because this project was trundling along very slowly. It turns out the project was done by a single guy, Will Weisser and so I contacted him to see if he thought we should merge the projects, and he agreed. So welcome to Will and SDL.Net.

At present the merging of the projects consists solely of Will checking SDL.Net into the CS-SDL CVS as a new module (SDLDotNet). In the future it is likely that all changes will take place against this module, so if you haven't checked it out and tried it yet, now would be a good time to do so. Although the CS-SDL module will still be available, it's likely to be a little stale.

If there is anything you would like to see in SDL.Net/CS-SDL then shout up and as long as it is reasonable, then someone will add it. Alternatively go pull the code from CVS and help us out :)

In a short while I'll be posting the downloads that Will had available on the old site so you can grab the code from their if you are CVSaphobic.

 
SDL Image lib and new Forum PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 30 May 2003 22:23

Two new items of news today. First is a new library in CVS by Klavs Martens, which is SDLImageDotnet (CVS module) a wrapper around the SDL_Image library for those that want a little more control over their images :). Thanks Klavs. Currently you can get SDLImageDotNet from CVS at least until the next release.

The second thing is that we have a new forum available and you can get to it from here. A little bare at the moment but likely to liven up over time as it is a lot more functional that the default project forums on sourceforge.

One final thing, feedback on the SDL.Net project is a little sparse and it would be nice if we had some feedback on the project. Please feel free to pop along to the forum and let us know what we're doing right/wrong :)

 
Under New Management PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 20 February 2003 22:20

The CS-SDL project is now under new management. Nus (the original maintainer) found out the hard way how difficult it is to manage your time after getting married :) and agreed to let me take over development of C#-SDL

My main focus with the existing code is going to be ironing out any big problems that might exist with the current code, before starting a reworking of the code to make it feel more like C#. I intend to do this by:

wrapping the SDL event model in a C# style event model so that it is a little more flexible Removing any public duplication of classes SDL_Surface, Surface Trimming as much as possible the requirement for the csgl-sdl-native shared object/dll

With any luck there should be some noticeable changes in the code (and some documentation generated) over the next couple of weeks, the first of which is likely to be the move to Nant.

 
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