Time to put all the work in one place! ✊ Requirements from GSoC goes like this (only relevant guidelines are shown) It must be easy to identify the work you have done. Someone else should be able to use the content at (or referenced from) the target of the link to extend your work. If … Read moreFinal Code (Originally From a Page on My Blog to Submit to GSoC Evaluation on Aug 23)
The time that takes to build projects described in high-level language are usually underestimated, while the time that takes to take a step back, and solve a smaller problems (like figuring out the syntax) are overestimated
Yesterday, my tactic was to search for “const char *” and print the text from the functions that have it. Today, I changed my method to printing just the text, and searching “const char *text”, so that I didn’t need to modify the debug message every time I searched. Besides, for which function it comes … Read moreFOUND !!! New text search algorithm
Another week is coming, and I don’t ever seem to find the right time to do documentation. Partly because it always seems that time is better spent on coding (or finding variables) so everything is on progress. In the notion of “something is better than nothing”, here are a few lines to keep track of … Read moreLooking Forward to Week 4
Still very exited to be chosen as GSoC student for ScummVM, even though the project has been on my mind and had never left since early April, the first day I said hi in ScummVM’s Discord channel. Curiously wondering what will happen in the future two months, seeing that there is so much work to … Read moreThe Last Weekend Before Coding Period Starts
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