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Build Center / Re: DragonfireSDK Mac Library
« on: December 10, 2015, 02:35:18 am »
I purchased a miniMac and 2 video adapters, came to ~$750.

I've been able to build both DF sources, but not too sure what to do with them, I'm totally new to MAC.
I'm confused because the PC DFSDK is a java file (has the "CAFEBABE" header), but of course neither of the two MAC created files have that.  One has a ".a" as the file type, which Google tells me actually is valid as a library file, but I don't know what to do with it...yet.  I'm hoping to learn more this weekend.

Using XCode, I have been able to create, download to device, and run the standard "hello world", so at least that's a start.

Makes we wonder, if the DFSDK process was "send us your PC DFSDK code, we'll make it apple for you", what steps did they take?  Was it really a simple copy/paste, from their customers source code into XCode and compile, using the MAC version of DF instead of the PC version that the customer used? Or something else?  And how do I get there from here?


Build Center / Re: DragonfireSDK Mac Library
« on: December 07, 2015, 03:20:51 pm »
Hah!  This is good timing for this question.  I have just finished my PC DFSDK "learning curve", and hope to start my MAC learning this week.

I purchased a miniMac and two video adapters so I could use my PC monitors; my mouse and keyboard were already USB.

I was able to compile the MAC library without any problem.  However, given that I am just starting, that is as far as I have gone.  I should think that I would have {something} buildable by this coming weekend.  If you are interested, I can certainly keep you informed of my newbie progress.


DragonFireSDK Spotlight / Re: DFSDK Mac Library Release! $99
« on: November 15, 2015, 04:17:41 pm »
Sorry, I cannot speak for the company.  Further, I have no knowledge of their plans.  I do know that there are still a number of personnel that are available to respond to emails.


Game Programming / Re: So what has happened to DFSDK?
« on: November 15, 2015, 04:15:52 pm »
Sorry, I cannot speak for the company itself.  However, I do know that a number of the DFSDK personnel are still available and can be contacted by email.


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