This blog is a try to me keep motivates and a way to see my progress on my current projects. Let’s see how it goes!
This week I started integrating my scripting engine lox into the small 2d engine, and got snake, gamepad input with rumble and basic local multiplayer support working. Pretty productive!
This week I continued working on lox, adding arrays among other things. I think this will be the last week of full lox as arrays marks the last major thing to add before I can start integrating it and find the real actual pain points.
This week I introduced native packages/namespaces and split numbers into integers and floats
This week I completed the second chapter in crafting interpreters and started to implement my own feature requests to lox. Hopefully sometime during the next week I can start integrating it into fyro and make som actual games
This week I continued working on lox and finally completed the second chapter so now I have a working, but very basic scripting engine. Next week is refactoring so I can extend it with custom classes and begin expanding the language and library with more features
This week I continued working on lox. I’m still not finished with the first section but I’m slowly getting there. Hopefully soon I can start integrating the first version into fyro and see what I’m missing.
This week I actually continued reading “crafting interpreters” and restarted my lox implementation and I just recently added looing, conditionals to the language and unit tests to the build so I don’t break any features.
This week I split the tred and fyro project to seperate repos. I resurected my textgen project, the “substance designer light clone” I started a year ago and continued my work on my implementation of lox from “crafting interpreters”
This week I decided to work on ride and more specifically the rendering, so I started switching it to OpenGL, there still are things left to do but it’s looking more promising than the bitblit method I was using earlier.
This week I continued refactoring tred rendering. It’s getting closer :)