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nRGBlib v0.3
« on: May 04, 2012, 08:53:20 pm »
Totorigolo recently released on TI-Planet a new version of his graphic library nRGBlib 0.3 for Ndless 3.1.



What's new in this version?

- Support for pictures (in a proprietary format), a converter is available. The files generated by the exporter will be kinda smaller than the BMP format, but still larger than PNG.
- Support for sub-pictures, that is, sprites from a spritesheet
- Support for buffering. That is, you can use double or even triple-buffering and make screenshots (but not save them).
- The drawBox() function gets boosted, the slower version is still available as drawBoxSI().

Get it now from the Mercurial repository! (click on zip next to tag v0.3)

Speaking of which, we heard rumors that the new Nspire OS 3.2 will be delayed until June. We recommend to not upgrade as Ndless will probably be blocked in this version.
« Last Edit: May 04, 2012, 08:58:32 pm by Juju »

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Re: nRGBlib v0.3
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2012, 12:24:37 am »
It's really cool that this is still developed. If we ever have an IDE to develop Ndless games and some calc-specific C tutorials for Ndless, with this it would make more people interested in Ndless programming despite what TI does.