|Subject:||Re: [ANN] SLAYER 1.0.0 released!|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Nov 2013 16:15:26 +0100|
I played the chess game in example, cool~
Thanks for the work!
On Sun, 2013-11-17 at 23:37 +0100, Panicz Maciej Godek wrote:
> I'm pleased to announce the first release of
> SLAYER multimedia programming environment
> for the (Guile) Scheme language.
> SLAYER aims to be a specification for creating
> portable multimedia applications in Scheme.
> It currently provides an SDL/OpenGL based
> execution environment, but there are also plans
> to port it to web browsers (using either Chicken
> Spock or Gambit Scheme to JS compiler)
> and to be able to generate stand-alone executables
> and android apps
> SLAYER also comes with a set of demos,
> - a completely pointless demo that integrates
> a simple text editor with a 3d canvas which allows
> you to look at a colorful sphere from various
> - the classical game of PONG (with bugs!)
> - an image browser, inspired by Thien's Guile-SDL
> documentation example
> - an almost-complete implementation of Chess
> for two players on one computer
> - and more!
> In addition, there's also a self-contained Windows
> build available, which might help spread the idea
> of Free Software among the unaware. Both the
> source and the w32-build are available at:
> Check it out NOW!
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