[SDL] SDL 2.0.1 RC1

Jonathan Dearborn grimfang4 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 22 06:56:34 PDT 2013

Gabry, re: SDLActivity.  Do you mean using a native activity or do you mean
keeping your Java out of SDLActivity.java so you don't have to redo your
personal edits?

Jonny D

On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 9:01 AM, Gabriele Greco <gabriele.greco at darts.it>wrote:

> ------------------------------------------------
>> General:
>> * Added an API to get common filesystem paths in SDL_filesystem.h:
>>     SDL_GetBasePath(), SDL_GetPrefPath()
> Great addictions! I'll add some examples about SD_GetPrefPath in iOS and
> Android and the other supported platforms not documented, since it's not
> obvious where the files are places on every platform, and it should be
> since the programmer should be able to find the file he just wrote for
> debugging purposes :)
> I find GetBasePath() particulary helpful on OSX where I always have to add
> some not-cross-platform "glue" to find the resources inside the application
> bundle...
>>  * Added an API to do optimized YV12 and IYUV texture updates:
>>     SDL_UpdateYUVTexture()
> I've just updated the HG to head, and looking at the function
> documentation in SDL_render.h I cannot understand if the preferred method
> to update a LIVE YUV texture is using this function or allocating a
> streaming texture in YUV format and updating it with lock/unlock surface.
> I'm doing this way to update 24 CIF live H.264 videos in the same full HD
> full screen window and works without a glitch (no frame skips) at 25fps on
> a i5, using SDL_UpdateYUVTexture can I gain something or it's better to
> stick to the actual streaming surface code considering that I have to
> update a lot of textures, and possibly 25 times per second?
> iOS:
>> * Fixed status bar visibility on iOS 7
>> Great, I was waiting for this to release the 1.1 version of my soccer
> game :)
>> Android:
>> IMPORTANT: You MUST get the updated SDLActivity.java to match C code
> Sigh, I find really annoying the fact SDLActivity changes in SDL require
> changes to my application, I remember someone posted a method to avoid
> "touching" SDL activity, but I don't find the post, can someone give me a
> pointer?
> --
> Bye,
>  Gabry
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