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menn, Can you run a quick speed test for meSMcNeill on Jan 11
 more than half a benchmark might take a whilemn on Jan 11
  *but iow, i never had an issue with their existence, only their names and argumentsmn on Jan 11
   well, i figured out you're running a faster computer than i am (that's no surprise)mn on Jan 11
    That's about what I expected.SMcNeill on Jan 11
     That's because CHR$(0) is not nothing!Clippy on Jan 11
     there is already a good language for transitioning from basic to cmn on Jan 11
      here's what i'd rather see for transitioning to c... (in qb64)mn on Jan 11
       Re: here's what i'd rather see for transitioning to c... (in qb64)SMcNeill on Jan 11
        So how does your version fix the string memory leaks?Clippy on Jan 11
        the family wouldn't move, and we had to build the mall, so we just gassed the familymn on Jan 11
         one alternative out of perhaps many... (url)mn on Jan 11
        I wasn't aware of a leak thereLuke on Jan 11
         Re: I wasn't aware of a leak thereSMcNeill on Jan 11
     BTW they still need documented in the WIKIClippy on Jan 11
 Hey Amusing Steve.Pete on Jan 11
  Re: Hey Amusing Steve.SMcNeill on Jan 11
   No, you're "saying" it's 300x faster...Pete on Jan 11
    Re: No, you're "saying" it's 300x faster...SMcNeill on Jan 11
     "the only person in qb64 land who uses large db's"mn on Jan 11
      *So how would you have named the command?Luke on Jan 11
       we already hashed that out once, on this forummn on Jan 11
     Is it even ANY faster at all when you remove UCASE$?Pete on Jan 11
      it's possible that the program lied, but i'm the one that came up with 3000xmn on Jan 11
       It still was a BS test.Pete on Jan 11
        i'm pretty sure i understand what he's trying to domn on Jan 11
         I make a hobby out of hating exaggerated BS, just like 4 out of 5 dentists.Pete on Jan 11
          don't need snake oil, i got my own python translatormn on Jan 11
           SNAKE OIL ANYONE?Pete on Jan 11
         Leave my name out of your SLANDER and bad math!Clippy on Jan 11
          Ah, the "Clippy and the Libs" was menn quoting me...Pete on Jan 11
        Re: It still was a BS test.SMcNeill on Jan 11
         Ah, but I speed up my code just by using QB better.Pete on Jan 11
          I'm still waiting for somebody to show me that it can't be done in LibrariesClippy on Jan 11
           Good point...Pete on Jan 11
           Re: I'm still waiting for somebody to show me that it can't be done in LibrariesLuke on Jan 11
          Re: Ah, but I speed up my code just by using QB better.SMcNeill on Jan 11
           why i insist on believing youmn on Jan 11
           * Run the code in the "SNAKE OIL ANYONE?" post.Pete on Jan 11
            let's talk about what steve's benchmark does, it seems to be the biggest pt of contentionmn on Jan 11
             ok, nevermind that, your second test ran really fastmn on Jan 11
              Re: ok, nevermind that, your second test ran really fastSMcNeill on Jan 12
               Well again, everybody knows that...Pete on Jan 12
                the problem with using ucase$ at the file input point...mn on Jan 12
                 Ah, but think it through...Pete on Jan 12
                  first you insult my intelligence, then imply i have a lack of imagination?mn on Jan 12
                   Not you, but FB crusaders sure did.Pete on Jan 12
                    *thanks for clarifyingmn on Jan 12
                  Re: Ah, but think it through...SMcNeill on Jan 12
                   are you talking to pete, or to me?mn on Jan 12
                    Re: are you talking to pete, or to me?SMcNeill on Jan 12
                     *some aspects of the post seemed to directed to each of us invididually. nm, thanksmn on Jan 12
                      *Whoa... sit a good thing we don't exitsDyslexia Police on Jan 12
                   I have done these things Steve, you are just too uncreative to get how.Pete on Jan 12
             Waitng on that aha moment...Oprah on Jan 11
              oprah has gotten more condescending with age and successmn on Jan 12
               My objective was to debunk the degree of superiority.Pete on Jan 12
                there are lots of reasons one could have run faster than the othermn on Jan 12
         is the steve's stuff folder coming back?mn on Jan 11
          * Steve's Folder STUFFS you!Soviet Russia on Jan 11
         Looks like the ignorant arguing with the more ignorant to meClippy on Jan 12
          * Really? If it wasn't for cut and paste, you wouldn't have made it past the 3rd grade.Pete on Jan 12
qb64 mousewheel problemKeith on Jan 10
 * Works for me!Clippy on Jan 10
 *Works for me tooKewbie on Jan 10
 Are you on Linux, by any chance?Luke on Jan 10
  * Was it reported? If not then do so!Clippy on Jan 10
   * Calm down, it's on the bug list.Luke on Jan 10
    This may be a bug in the windows version. It definitely is NOT a big deal.Kewbie on Jan 10
How many fanatical mathematicians does it take to screw in a lightbulb?Pete on Jan 9
 *oh great, now they're using underscores as suffixes too...mn on Jan 9
I'll pay Steve $10 a month to quit QB64 and fix Notepad!Bill Gates on Jan 9
 QB64 now has two other IDE's. Use Dav's or Cyperium'sClippy on Jan 9
  Let me go get my sock puppet, and try this again.Pete on Jan 9
   LOL, I thought you already made at least one of them if not more *Clippy on Jan 9
    I think this one will be number 5.Pete on Jan 9
     A transfer file I imagine *Clippy on Jan 9
      And I don't need the amusing Steve to do it.Pete on Jan 9
       Where'd ya get .951? *Clippy on Jan 9
        Downloaded it some time ago, before all hell broke loose.Pete on Jan 9
         galleon wants update to be broken (he probably has a point)mn on Jan 11
          Sounds like he has a lot of ideas swirling around in his head.Pete on Jan 13
           *i cover that in my other post today, closer to the top of the pagemn on Jan 13
QB64-SDL Steve v0.954H now availableSMcNeill on Jan 9
 i'd rather get them directly from steve or rob, if that's possiblemn on Jan 9
  quickly, why i hate all things like dropboxmn on Jan 9
   * Much ado about nothing. Dropbox has NEVER had a delay!Clippy on Jan 9
    *your idea of what's "nothing" is worthless without a stupid political cartoonmn on Jan 9
  *incidentally steve, bitly is not better. like clippy, it actually compounds the problemmn on Jan 9
   * wonder WHO mentioned my name?Clippy on Jan 9
    *oh, gee... i don't know WHO...GAS? on Jan 9
 Steve get Bitly and create a short link to your Dropbox downloadsClippy on Jan 9
  *the only thing that makes me want to "cry" is how stupid you are. y can't you ever stfu?mn on Jan 9
 Linux versionLuke on Jan 9
  *7.5? this is getting downloaded today! thanks for the sha-1mn on Jan 9
  Luke beat me to the announcement.SMcNeill on Jan 9
   he's fast. he beat me too...mn on Jan 9
  Luke really butchered it!Pete on Jan 9
   * Good thing or your GOP would have to pay off their Deficit!Clippy on Jan 9
 QB64-vH for Linux builds is now available as well.SMcNeill on Jan 9
 * Consider making a git repo for this release. Best way to distribute.STx on Jan 9
Beta Testers wanted for new release of GLUT 10...Pete on Jan 8
qb64 syntax errorJim on Jan 8
 atan2Jim on Jan 8
  Reply...Clippy on Jan 8
   Is that where QB64 is heading?Jim on Jan 8
    No, it's not.Luke on Jan 8
    No its not headed that way, it has had that functionality for a long timeClippy on Jan 8
     * Should not ever need to use any DLLsJim on Jan 8
      qb64 uses libraries... underneath. the key is underneath. for development of qb64...mn on Jan 8
       Re: qb64 uses libraries... underneath. the key is underneath. for development of qb64...SMcNeill on Jan 8
        i'm excitedmn on Jan 8
       LOL - SCREEN 12 no worries in GLUT... BS.Pete on Jan 8
        ROFL - 40 minutes later BACK TO THE FUTURE...Pete on Jan 8
         .954 is SDLClippy on Jan 8
          SERIOUSLY?Pete on Jan 8
           Re: SERIOUSLY?SMcNeill on Jan 8
            SUBGLUTATION = Built-in stupidity that makes the free flow of intelligence fail.The Board of Chiropractic Examiners on Jan 9
             Re: SUBGLUTATION = Built-in stupidity that makes the free flow of intelligence fail.SMcNeill on Jan 9
              i'm pretty sure pete has a valid point here. this is what i think it is...mn on Jan 9
               *s/revision/reversion/gmn on Jan 9
              Sorry, I forgot. Farmers like to run things into the ground.Pete on Jan 9
               .954 opens with two command windows?mn on Jan 9
                Yeah, the project is turing into a real mess...Pete on Jan 9
                 That other window is the CONSOLEClippy on Jan 9
                  Well it shouldn't be opening and closing unless I tell it to.Pete on Jan 9
                 that thread went on for a long time. i'm surprised he didn't delete it.mn on Jan 9
                  Cast your bread upon the water, and you feed a fish for a day....Reverend Pete on Jan 9
                   minimized would be better, i'm suremn on Jan 9
                    Either way, you have to pop em to make em better...Pete on Jan 9
                     *hey, i gotta use somethin'. or just go back to posting python scripts at myselfmn on Jan 9
                      * Well use Steve SDL - All it's math functions are FREE RANGE.Pete on Jan 9
                       did he explain why it's 30mb?mn on Jan 9
                        *Weight has nothing to do with it!Doc Brown on Jan 9
                        Here is a preview of Steve FDSPete on Jan 9
                         DLL's are all SDL. GL doesn't use them externallyClippy on Jan 9
                          Patching the Titanic was a monumental task, too...Pete on Jan 9
                         oh, ok. so that includes the needed windows dlls, which probably won't compress very wellmn on Jan 9
                        Re: did he explain why it's 30mb?SMcNeill on Jan 9
                         Ya oughta split em up so GL can be downloaded separatelyClippy on Jan 9
                          You guys don't like the packaging, go take it up with Galleon...SMcNeill on Jan 9
                           actually i think it would be good for us to repackage themmn on Jan 9
                           Make a program or batch file to do the workClippy on Jan 9
                            * He quit listening to you maybe. I quit listening to him 6 months ago.Pete on Jan 9
                             Much as I'd like to, he's the only one that can do the jobClippy on Jan 9
                         that makes sensemn on Jan 9
                     *it's not displaying extra consoles heremn on Jan 9
    * Hey, but give it credit, it's heading there without a paddle.Pete on Jan 8
     the paddle is on steve's to-do list. fortunately he doesn't have to write it from scratchmn on Jan 8
  This question made me wonder if PowerBasic could deal with both syntaxes.Kewbie on Jan 8
   * We have been waiting for Galleon to add AS type to functions for a long time tooClippy on Jan 8
 the simple reason is that qb64 doesn't fully support as (of yet)mn on Jan 8
STNONPete on Jan 8
 * link?Jim on Jan 8
  * URLPete on Jan 8
 are you sure? this is what i've heard and i'm inclined to believe...mn on Jan 8
  plus, why do i trust steve?mn on Jan 8
 Thank youSMcNeill on Jan 8
a basic-like notation for oop (i posted this on the qb64 forum)mn on Jan 7
 galleon asks: how [would you] manage an array of basepersons with [this]?mn on Jan 8
the surist formula for making the n54 peeple happygaleyons sekrit planz (do not enter!) on Jan 7
galleon's worst decisionsmn on Jan 7
 per clippy's suggestion, an additional itemmn on Jan 7
Merging QB64.Luke on Jan 7
 sounds like a great ideamn on Jan 7
  *please ignore the obvious semantic typo here. yes, i meant $usesdlmn on Jan 7
  Re: sounds like a great ideaLuke on Jan 7
   i don't understand how you would use both...mn on Jan 7
    *under that system, a command to switch back and forth gl/sdl would be reasonable, imomn on Jan 7
     *then again, if you can meld it all together without the current bugs... *shrug*mn on Jan 7
    I think the confusion stems from the name.Luke on Jan 7
     you'll still have to demonstrate it...mn on Jan 7
      Re: you'll still have to demonstrate it...Luke on Jan 7
       it wouldn't be your fault if it failedmn on Jan 7
        Yes it would. Completely your fault.Pete on Jan 7
 SDL II incorporates GL.Pete on Jan 7
  twice the workmn on Jan 7
 * I'm in support of this. Someone @ QB64 actually started doing it & stopped...STx on Jan 8
  *if you mean darthwho, we know. personally i'm glad he considered itmn on Jan 8
Graphics in QB64 GL. Are you freakin' kidding me?Pete on Jan 7
 hmm, i'm not familiar with this problemmn on Jan 7
 * Have you considered trying it with a recent version?Luke on Jan 7
  i can save him some trouble theremn on Jan 7
   Yes, let me know your results. What gripses me more is...Pete on Jan 7
    "release" vs. bugsmn on Jan 7
     *i'll test the gl from last month now. that should be recent enoughmn on Jan 7
      i get some interesting results, but they may disappointmn on Jan 7
       Re: i get some interesting results, but they may disappointSMcNeill on Jan 7
        Well that doesn't even work in the latest release.Pete on Jan 7
         i don't know anyone who wants to maintain gl without galleon's helpmn on Jan 7
         * a hobby that somebody pays somebody else not to do anymore...Clippy on Jan 7
          *that summary is a month or two out of date, and simply no longer truemn on Jan 7
     Steve would honestly make a better project manager than a developer...Pete on Jan 7
      most open source projects are personal projects... here's where qb64 would bemn on Jan 7
       It had all that mising stuff before he made it open sourcePete on Jan 7
        no, no, no, it didn'tmn on Jan 7
         microsoft needs a project manager (1978)mn on Jan 7
          LOL - That was a pioneering venture.Pete on Jan 7
           history is told by the victors, pioneering is defined by the most successful thievesmn on Jan 7
            Will Bill did was bring a geek hobby into the mainstream.Pete on Jan 7
             yep, and what galleon is trying to do is basically the oppositemn on Jan 7
              Well where in the hell do you think project goals come from?Pete on Jan 7
               project managers (tried to keep this shorter, failed)mn on Jan 7
                Re: project managers (tried to keep this shorter, failed)Luke on Jan 7
                 no one really knows what they're doingmn on Jan 7
                 Yep, that's pretty much where the project is alright...Pete on Jan 7
                  *and the truth shall set you freecptn. obvious on Jan 7
                  Yeah GL could use a paperclip to help users. Nice Dutch Clip BTW *Clippy on Jan 7
                   added it to the list of bad decisions to avoidmn on Jan 7
          * Forget about it and focus on that up and coming Xenix thing.Luke on Jan 7
           haha, xenix was not all worthless, but the company's handling of it wasmn on Jan 7
       furthermore, the only reason SDL exists at all, is a LOT of people collaborated on itmn on Jan 7
        He used to make good decisions, based on his time...Pete on Jan 7
         i'm told a separate basic to c translator would be as easy as commenting 2 lines of codemn on Jan 7
          Re: i'm told a separate basic to c translator would be as easy as commenting 2 lines of codeLuke on Jan 7
           * Thanks. I loved BCOM45.LIB, btw. I miss her sometimes. :(Pete on Jan 7
           i am not being obtuse when i say i don't know what pete wants...mn on Jan 7
            * A runtime that runs on Android, perhaps?Luke on Jan 7
             oh, rightmn on Jan 7
          The C code would provide all the include files in the headers.Pete on Jan 7
surprise... unhappy with the qb64 forum todaymn on Jan 7
HiMoneo on Jan 6
 * Hi Moneo. Great to have you drop by!Pete on Jan 6
 * Happy new year.Dav on Jan 6
 *Hey, great to hear from you. All the best in 2015!TheBOB on Jan 7
 * Howdy, Moneo. It's nice of you to drop by.Michael Calkins on Jan 8

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