Monthly Archives: November 2012

Integrator 2012: even a Solaris SPARC build now!

It is more for architecture independence testing than anything else that I decided to have a go at building under Solaris 10 SPARC today. Endianness robustness is what I was trying to verify. It seems things worked quite well 🙂 … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: preparing for colour override selection

Coming up next: users will be able to see and change colour overrides. C’est voilĂ , the cabinet became purple: A simple way to expose colour overrides is sometimes to just change the background colour of a panel: Users will also … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: LN2 engine now fully supported for future expansion

All done 🙂

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New demo for Integrator 2012 available with support for colour overrides

As I had the time to build the Linux version too, it’s release time again! Windows binaries (tested under Windows XP and Windows 7 64-bit): Demo without GTK+ runtime (assumes GTK+2.x already installed) Demo with GTK+ runtime included (get this one … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: object editor?

One might wonder why all of a sudden I come up again with the idea of an object editor for Integrator 2012. Well, the thing is that while I developed the colour override mechanism I explored some image editing possibilities … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: support for colour overrides added

I finally found some time to add full support for colour overrides, which is an important component of the graphic engine. Here’s a couple examples: Marshes are not grey now, but have their lovely brown colour! As you can see … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: panel references available too

I can now look up panel usage as well in order to see how many times one has been reused: The count is somehow superfluous but I am using it for loop detection, just in case users manage to cause … Continue reading

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