So, you want to program in C++ on Linux? Here's how to set up your "dev. environment" quickly. It's mostly easy, with one potential pitfall...
Author: Hans de Ruiter
In the previous RayLib 2D Challenge episode, animated shiny gold coins were spinning nicely. They were loaded from disk using a texture atlas, so adding animated gems or other objects...
Having trouble connecting Filezilla to an FTP server that's behind a NAT router? If it connects, but then gives a "Failed to retrieve directory listing" error, then you have likely...
I had a look at the most common questions about CMake that people ask Google. Some of them had rather poor answers.
in Part 9 of this challenge, Scarfy was happily jumping and running around in his 2D world, and even had background music. That's a great achievement, but rather boring.
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