Marty Blankenship wrote:
easyigm. Damn I had forgotten all about that. Since everything moved
How much work of it did you have done before you quit with it? I'm still working with easydoor creating doors with it.
You know I have no idea. I would have to look at the old code. Problem
with it was that DOS programming is/was going out the door at the time,
and I was looking for something to make a windows console app with out
the DOS over head, or a linux basic compiler for the same thing with
linux. But all and all it came back to no one wanting console and you
would have to make a windows app that would open a console window.
I really did not want to learn to code windows apps in basic, so I just
gave up the goat. So to speak.
Now in linux I found stuff that would work, although no compilers. So
anything that I did would have to have the source included and at the
same time the linux sysop would have to install the program that it was written for. Not an option in my mind.
So IMHO if you want to do Igms, Pascal is the way to go. With Michael's additives to manndoor you can make a Dos, Linux, and Win/32 Igm all with
the same code and all free (if I remember correctally) It really is the
best way of doing things.
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