Monthly Archives: October 2013

Integrator 2012: new release coming!

As usual I will work at the Linux build first, probably over the weekend if I get some time, and then publish the new release 🙂

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Integrator 2012: quick change

After the observation in my last video about how to tell panels and objects apart while editing panels, I thought to make it visually clear which items are panels by not displaying the check-boxes that do not apply to them. … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: functionally complete with panel insertion

Integrator 2012 is now functionally complete as I finished the integration and testing of the panel loop prevention logic 🙂 I plan to make the GUI slightly more useful, possibly by: filtering out panels that would create a loop (thanks … Continue reading

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USBhost-64: PCBs are here!

Finally the new PCBs for USBhost-64 are here. They look pretty good so that’s good news 🙂 Unfortunately, the user port connectors I recently bought seem to be too narrow to accommodate the card edge of the C64 so I … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: panel addition preview

I went on and finished the GUI bit so I only have to integrate the loop prevention code after I finish testing it 🙂

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Integrator 2012: panel loop prevention algo optimized

I was doing something completely unrelated today when it came to my mind that the algo I wrote for loop prevention in I2012 can be optimized at various levels. For one of them I’ve already implemented the change as it … Continue reading

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Integrator 2012: panel loop prevention algo implemented

The algo I wrote and implemented works so far. I tested it on an Integrator file in which I had introduced a loop: $44 -> $70 -> $44 and here’s the result: child panel: $44 (68) ancestor list node count: … Continue reading

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