HEhe, more 1. Please, join the SF, I prefer, add me to skype: shirkit
We would love to have some extra help.
We'll have to delay the launch of the alpha version due to an bug in the version checking. I hope we can release until wednesday.
Actually, it's ready. It's only missing a repo rework (for developers only) and being auto-updatable. Besides that, it's pretty ready for an alpha =P
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Last edited by Shirkit; 07-21-2010 at 08:36 PM.
Alright, then give us the alpha!
list view and checkbox? i am definitely using this just because of those 2 features.
We plan even more features =] Help is coming on the way, the delay is my fault, my english is getting really bad. Can someone help me with the message displays? Mail me at shirkit [at) gmail (dot] com if you have a really good english.
You can always just ask us for help in the IRC.
...when you're using it for overly complex low-level things that you should be writing in C/C++. When you get to that level of abstraction, you're either in an extensive Enterprise application, or just programming wrong. The JVM is built to handle those situations, though not as nicely as a natively executed program might.
For an application like this, there will be minimal difference between writing it in Java or C++ or anything else, really. Java's portability aspect wins it a nod here, as HoN can already be played on all three platforms.
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This is going to be legen - wait for it - dary!
Cant wait to have it in use.
when in doubt, leave it out
ROFL at these people that like to diss java, but have no idea how it works.
Yes java WAS slow, about 15 years ago. Wake up please.
I code in both Java and C and this argument is redundant and retarded now.
What Shirkit is doing is the perfect example why java is to be be used, and he is not writing a big ass game or an operating system. He is writing a simple desktop app with a few features. The memory footprint will hardly be noticed and voids your 'genius' thoughts about java.
Um, yes. That's the whole point of having a Java version.
Just to remember you all, the first versions that will come probally will come with some bugs/erros and some fixes will be needed. Reporting those things and updating is the key to develop this ModManager.
Yep I understand. That's exactly why there's no reason to wait in giving us a testing version. We can help find bugs and give suggestions and it would save time overall.