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asked How can you provide a public writeable API and not get spammed?
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answered Why can't a compiler avoid importing a header file twice by its own?
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answered Determining what is a useful unit test
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comment Should I use a formal grammar for my interpreted scripting language
@DonalFellows My unique hook is "because I want to" :)
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comment Why have hardware-accelerated vector graphics not taken off?
@Archagon can you give a meta reference for when subjective became allowed?
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answered Is memory management in programming becoming an irrelevant concern?
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comment How many different configurations are used for software tests?
Ah, didn't see the game-development tag. Yea, I'm not sure then. @mjn I'd suspect testing on major ATI and Nvidia cards(and Intel graphics if it can run it) is required, and ensure it works on 32bit and 64bit OSs.. I'd do more testing beyond that, but since it requires actual hardware, that can get expensive. If you're trying to save some money, get a loyal number of beta testers. Then you'll see some of the "out in the wild" configurations
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answered How many different configurations are used for software tests?
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comment How to make creating viewmodels at runtime less painful
/definetely not a solution to your problem, but I would very much hope you're not using such long variables names in such small scope contexts
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comment Open source licenses (specifically GPL) & gamemaker's source format
@MichaelT I wouldn't quite believe that. After all, most artwork(images, logos etc) are "computer generated" with a human to guide, but they are clearly capable of being copyrighted. I'm not a lawyer, but I'd believe it's capable of being open sourced(even if it requires proprietary software to make use of). I'd just include a license.txt file or some such that has the license in it
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asked Is it safe to assume that one controller will only ever use one primary model?
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answered Licensing approach for .NET library that might be used desktop / web-service / cloud environment
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