Archive for August, 2010

Special Delivery!

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

Special delivery! It’s a new demo of Octane’s partially-complete, physics-enhanced API. However, please note that this download does not include the Editor. This is a showcase of the API by itself. Keep in mind that the API is far from finished.


Also, to run this demo, you must have:



(Just run “boxes.py”.)


OctaneAPIPhysicsDemo.zip (506)


ss2


Apologies…

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

These past several months, I have been involved with many various projects (Arduino, Blender, and C to name a few). I have only now realized that Octane – my biggest project – needs the most attention. If there is anything that I have learned from my experience with application development, there is nothing I hate more than an application release every eight months. The bottom line is that I’m sorry from keeping you guys in anticipation. However, I should have something to show for this week. (Expect a release and demos of the new, physics–enhanced, stand-alone API!) After this, I will re-code the Editor in a more structured, predictable, and coder-friendly matter. One that is completed, I will bind the Editor and API together for Octane v.4! I have also realized that I am not updating the SVN repository as often as I should be. When the basic API is finished (hopefully this week), I will update the repository.