[SDL] New to SDL/programming
jason at cerebral-bicycle.co.uk
Sun Mar 17 16:11:00 PST 2002
I second that.. or is it I second the agreement.. erm..
Programming Linux games by John R Hall (ISBN:1886411492) is the way to go,
you'll get a good insight into SDL and TCL scripting among many other things.
There's also the book Linux Game development, but I didn't think it was as
good as Programming Linux Games, but it does touch on SDL and OpenGL for that
On Sunday 17 March 2002 10:27 pm, you wrote:
> I agree about the book "Programming Linux Games". It's an excellent way
> to get into SDL and learn about other open source releated programming
> API like OpenAL, and other tools like loki_setup and such. It'll help
> you get started in SDL.
> On Sun, 2002-03-17 at 09:56, Ole Kristian Brattli wrote:
> > The book "Programming Linux Games" gives what I call a comprehensive
> > introduction
> > to SDL. Not that I have read a lot of others, mind
> > -Ole
> > Richard Perrine wrote:
> > >[zchnip]
> > >
> > >Is there anyone, site, place I can get access to to
> > >provide additional information about SDL? I am curious
> > >that though game developers seem to be using SDL for
> > >game development with quality results, that there is
> > >not as much in terms of a comprehensive tutorial/guide
> > >for it.
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