Welcome to the weekly development report or what was done in my Open Source projects in the last week.
Roguelike in a sky with steampunk theme (written in Ada)
In the stable version, looks like all the problems which I know are fixed. Probably a whole other world of bugs is hidden somewhere. :) Anyway, as the game is more stable, time for the next release. In around 24 hours since this post, it will be available everywhere where the game is. And probably one day later I will find something again. :)
The development version is going in it own pace. And generally in forward:
Ada binding to Tcl/Tk, the new version of TASHY
The bindings for the Tk image bitmap commands are added to the library.
Same as unit tests for them and the full code documentation (I hope, useful).
Also, the code documentation for package
Tk.Image.Photo is finished. Added
binding for the Tcl C API
Tcl_EvalFile function to the
Tcl package. And as
usual, unit test for it. And started the main work of this week: redesign the
demo program. The previous version was just a window with one button, the new
will be a simple calculator. At this moment work just started, but as a side
effect of it, there will be some changes in the library API too. Mostly related
to simplify some tasks. From the other work: I reviewed the code a bit and
added in a few places default values to some types and arrays. This should make
the library a bit more stable. And started fixing some missing code
Graphical File Manager for Linux (written in Ada)
This week was almost complete copy of the previous week:
Yet Another Static Site (generator) (written in Ada)
AdaControl still reports problems in the
Config package. Thus, the whole week
was spent here on fixing them. Also, the code documentation was reorganized to
this same manner as it is done in my other projects. And I've started some fun
with the compiler flags. For now, only setting rpath on Linux was added to the
project yass.gpr file and the build script was updated to the new version of
the project's configuration.
Various Docker images files related to the Ada programming language
Just small change here. I finally found a solution to not working linking time
optimization (especially on MinGW). If someone has that same problem:
when GCC fails to link the executable with
-flto set on file lto-wrapper
then you have to install make package. Quite obvious. Yes, that's sarcasm.
Anyway, all the Adabuild images were updated by adding make package. The
project documentation was updated either. Again, this project is going to sleep