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Whats the purpose of this page? We don't need to offer coding help here, any one can get that anywhere, far more usful is coding data about the Freespace 2 code layout, what the structure of the game is code wise(done to some extent), what are some of the more common re-usable functions(such as the FS2 file writing functions which are OS independent).
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Whats the purpose of this page? We don't need to offer coding help here, any one can get that anywhere, far more usful is coding data about the Freespace 2 code layout, what the structure of the game is code wise(done to some extent), what are some of the more common re-usable functions(such as the FS2 file writing functions which are OS independent). -Ace
  
I agree, but maybe put some links to some good tutorials at the top of the page. If you think this is a good idea, do it, as I don't have any experience with the FS source.
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I agree, but maybe put some links to some good tutorials at the top of the page. If you think this is a good idea, do it, as I don't have any experience with the FS source.  
  
 
Note that there is already a [[Sourcecode Reference]] page, also.
 
Note that there is already a [[Sourcecode Reference]] page, also.
 
  [[User:Mustang19|Mustang19]]
 
  [[User:Mustang19|Mustang19]]
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Hmn, I'll round some up, maybe with some book reccomendations.

Revision as of 09:21, 19 July 2007

Whats the purpose of this page? We don't need to offer coding help here, any one can get that anywhere, far more usful is coding data about the Freespace 2 code layout, what the structure of the game is code wise(done to some extent), what are some of the more common re-usable functions(such as the FS2 file writing functions which are OS independent). -Ace

I agree, but maybe put some links to some good tutorials at the top of the page. If you think this is a good idea, do it, as I don't have any experience with the FS source.

Note that there is already a Sourcecode Reference page, also.

Mustang19

Hmn, I'll round some up, maybe with some book reccomendations.