Lionel Debroux a écrit:
Thank you! :3
Lionel Debroux a écrit:You're right to have switched to C++. C has been stagnating for years, and platforms which don't have a C++ compiler are unfit for running such engines at a decent framerate anyway.
You're absolutely right, I should have switched to C++ a long time ago. Others in the community were actually upset that I switched, asking "Do you want slow code"? It seems the myth that C++ is slower than C is still pervasive...
Lionel Debroux a écrit:What are the binary's size and the RAM usage for the Nspire, if you're still maintaining support for that platform ?
The Nspire is indeed still supported! Currently, the executable is ~550 Kb, but that's because I've been lazily compiling every file with -O3. I need to spend some time figuring out which files are actually worth the increase in size. If size becomes a problem, I could probably use Thumb in a few places.
As for memory usage, current peak usage is 2-3 MB for a large level. Most of that is taken by the surface cache for lighting. When the game is done, I'll make sure it takes no more than 8 MB.
Ti64CLi++ a écrit:
I hope so. If we could have a realist port of Portal, not Portal 2D, the Nspire would now be the best calculator ever, if she isn't already
Good job catastropher
Thanks! My hope is that creating this will draw more people to the Nspire. I think a lot of people scoffed a few years ago when I told them I was going to make Portal, but people like Lionel have believed in me the whole time which has kept me going! :3