Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 291 from 2005/3/27
From: Poland, Zdzies...
The version I have showed up here is rewritten in Hollywood
Are you new to programming with Hollywood?
Yes, I am.Quote:
Why did you choose to use Hollywood as the programming language, instead of re-writing Daysleeper in C/C++, or some other programming language?
Because it's simply easy for those who aren't deep enough into system API. Especially the Amiga API. There aren't tons of ready to use examples throughout internet, and crowds of experienced developers with lots of free time who are ready to answer questions from beginners.
Look at this thread. It's even hard to find few people to do some simple tests that not require programing skills.
Mac mini G4@1,5GHz silent upgrade + HP Dj 595C + EPSON Perfection 1240U
Commodore C64C + 2 x 1541II + Datasette + SD-Box
I miss draggable screens... and do you? I know I'm in a minority unfortunately.