eancaer at gmail.com
Sun Jan 24 12:24:58 EST 2016
I downloaded Pharo5.
| ex |
ex := SDL2Example new.
now gives :
Subclassresponsability: SDL class has the responsability to implment #f
in the method
self flag: 'HACK: avoid direct subclassResponsibility to not break RB
^ SubclassResponsibility signalFor: thisContext selector
Seems like I should have implemeted something myself.
Can any one point me in the right direction?
2016-01-24 10:39 GMT+01:00 Clément Bera <bera.clement at gmail.com>:
> Yeah I did in in early version of Pharo 5 (50155).
> 2016-01-24 10:10 GMT+01:00 stepharo <stepharo at free.fr>:
>> the support for SDL2.0 should be better in Pharo50 (even if due to ffi
>> changes and new objcte format we may have some
>> Le 23/1/16 22:45, Edwin Ancaer a écrit :
>>> I'm not a smalltalk expert, but from time to time I like to do some
>>> Recently, we talked about making a small 2D-Game, to do something else
>>> than a traditional CRUD database application.
>> you can ask clement bera because he did a bomberman using SDL2 now I
>> guess that it was in Pharo 50.
>>> I downloaded pharo 4.0 for Linux (the default version). My OS version
>>> is 3.13.0-46-generic #79-Ubuntu:
>>> Then I installed SDL2 with apt-get. All seemed to he OK.
>>> I started pharo, and executed the following code in the playground:
>>> |ex |
>>> ex := SDL2Example new .
>>> ex osWindow .
>>> I got an error: Failed to find SDL2 library.
>>> Should I have been doing some extra initialization to load the library
>>> in Pharo, or is there something else that I forgot to do?
>>> Kind regards
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