Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-22 Thread bearophile
ponce: Source is released. I have found this only now, thanks to http://planet.dsource.org/ I have seem there's lot of code like this one: vec3!(T) xxx() { return vec3!(T)(x, x, x); } vec3!(T) xxy() { return vec3!(T)(x, x, y); } vec3!(T) xxz() { return vec3!(T)(x, x, z); } etc etc ... D1

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-18 Thread Don
Joel C. Salomon wrote: Don wrote: Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software licenses out there, but that's the only one I've seen that actually tries to be public domain. DO AS YE WILL PUBLIC LICENSE

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-17 Thread Don
Christopher Wright wrote: Don wrote: Clay Smith wrote: Don wrote: BCS wrote: Hello ponce, Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL LOL, now /that's/ a license I can work with! Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-17 Thread Joel C. Salomon
Don wrote: Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software licenses out there, but that's the only one I've seen that actually tries to be public domain. DO AS YE WILL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 1,

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-16 Thread ponce
Bill Baxter Wrote: But this is really nice. D could be a great language for doing demos, because they need to run fast and you need to be able to write them fast, and D is pretty good on both counts. Short compile-time was hugely appreciated too.

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-16 Thread Don
BCS wrote: Hello ponce, Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL LOL, now /that's/ a license I can work with! Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software licenses out there, but that's the only one I've seen that

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-16 Thread Clay Smith
Don wrote: BCS wrote: Hello ponce, Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL LOL, now /that's/ a license I can work with! Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software licenses out there, but that's the only one

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-16 Thread dsimcha
== Quote from Don (nos...@nospam.com)'s article BCS wrote: Hello ponce, Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL LOL, now /that's/ a license I can work with! Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-16 Thread Don
Clay Smith wrote: Don wrote: BCS wrote: Hello ponce, Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL LOL, now /that's/ a license I can work with! Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software licenses out there, but

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-16 Thread Christopher Wright
Don wrote: Clay Smith wrote: Don wrote: BCS wrote: Hello ponce, Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL LOL, now /that's/ a license I can work with! Why isn't there a version of that with non-offensive wording There's a hundred nearly-identical software licenses out

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-15 Thread Daniel Keep
ponce wrote: Hi D lovers, We managed to win the demo compo at the Numerica Artparty #2 with a D demo entry. http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=52780 Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL because some sceners were interested in D. Awesome! Congratulations! As I

Re: D demoscene compo

2009-03-15 Thread Bill Baxter
ponce wrote: Hi D lovers, We managed to win the demo compo at the Numerica Artparty #2 with a D demo entry. http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=52780 Source code will be released soon under the WTFPL because some sceners were interested in D. As I understood, C++ is usually prefered by