It has been awhile since I last made a post. Appears I have not made a single post within 2011. So here I am. I’ve actually been around working on my projects and continuing with my daily 9-5 job. Over the year I have obtained a nice list of home projects/ideas that I have been playing around with all while trying to finish my first game. As you can see in the list of pages I have listed out Chirp. I do play darts often but not really that great at it. Some days my friends and I are down to that last number needed and just can’t seem to hit it. Chirp helps remove that annoying aspect and allows us to continue having fun throughout the night.
During one of my sessions of working on the iPhone game. I noticed something very strange within Objective-C.
int x = 5; // Expected expression before 'int'
UPDATE: With XCode 4 this process no longer works. There is a tool I found called Snippet Edit. It works really well and it is free.
As I dive deeper into the world of programming for Apple hardware I bring along with me past practices or habits that I must change in order to fit into the Objective-C world. It has been years since I last touched C/C++ and coming from a world of .NET and C#, my first impressions of XCode and Objective-C was basically taking a few steps backwards.
I couldn’t have been more wrong…
So, I get home from work today only to find that iTunes on my windows machine would not start up. I kept getting the message that CoreGraphics.dll was missing and that I should re-install iTunes. I really don’t know HOW this could have happened as I have not installed/uninstalled anything on here.
So I’ve been neglecting this site for awhile now. For those of you who read this blog, I apologize for being so quiet. I ended up taking up 2 jobs which took up a lot more of my time than I had realized and I didn’t have much time to work on my game much less make any new posts here.