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Questions about VPC source code
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Hello gentlemen!I have two questions about VPC source code. In which kind of code is the compiler written? By which compiler was it compiled?Is there any hope to see one day the compiler source code…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roland Chastain Jun 26, 2014.

OpenGL examples
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Hello !There are nice OpenGl examples in VP 2.1. I would like to learn, and I look for some basic examples.Has someone a piece of code for me ?Regards.RolandContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alcatiz Apr 27, 2013.

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Roland Chastain replied to Roland Chastain's discussion Questions about VPC source code
"Thank you for the answer. I read the Wikipedia article. I see that my question has already been asked and answered. It's a pity!"
Jun 26, 2014
Robert AH Prins replied to Roland Chastain's discussion Questions about VPC source code
"VPC is written in assembler, and that makes it very, very hard to update it. It (apparently) also uses Borland code, and that prevents it from being open-sourced. Like you, I would love to see it being updated to cater for more modern CPUs (i.e.…"
Jun 26, 2014
Roland Chastain posted a discussion

Questions about VPC source code

Hello gentlemen!I have two questions about VPC source code. In which kind of code is the compiler written? By which compiler was it compiled?Is there any hope to see one day the compiler source code become open source? It would be interesting and, why not, it would allow someone to restart the project.See More
Jun 26, 2014
Roland Chastain replied to Barry Day's discussion Does anyone have code to create a (windows) popup box providing an editable line - whch is returned to the VP program pls?
"Thank you, Alcatiz.  "
Jan 14, 2014
Roland Chastain replied to Barry Day's discussion Does anyone have code to create a (windows) popup box providing an editable line - whch is returned to the VP program pls?
"Thank you for your answer, Alcatiz. Yes, one would think that you are a real Australian man. :) Indeed, the tool looks simple, but it's very well done. I was simply wondering if I could open a tFileNameDlg directly from a console application,…"
Jan 11, 2014
Roland Chastain replied to Barry Day's discussion Does anyone have code to create a (windows) popup box providing an editable line - whch is returned to the VP program pls?
"Hello gentlemen ! I had not visited the forum for a while, and I am glad to find an Alcatiz's code example today. @Alcatiz Would it be possible to turn your dialog box in a stand-alone program like this one : InputBox Best regards. Roland"
Jan 10, 2014
Alcatiz replied to Roland Chastain's discussion OpenGL examples
"Hi Roland, Thanks for your source code, it will be useful for me. ;)"
Apr 27, 2013
Roland Chastain replied to Roland Chastain's discussion OpenGL examples
"Hello ! I made for myself an adaptation of a Delphi example that demonstrates the basics of OpenGL. Maybe it will be useful to someone. Press SPACE to go through the demo, ESC to quit. Observations welcome. :)"
Apr 24, 2013
Roland Chastain posted a discussion

OpenGL examples

Hello !There are nice OpenGl examples in VP 2.1. I would like to learn, and I look for some basic examples.Has someone a piece of code for me ?Regards.RolandSee More
Feb 24, 2013
Roland Chastain left a comment for Alcatiz
"Thank you, Alcatîz. Pleasure is for me. :)"
Aug 8, 2012
Alcatiz left a comment for Roland Chastain
"Welcome Roland, nice to meet you on Ning ! :)"
Aug 7, 2012
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At 6:29pm on August 7, 2012, Alcatiz said…

Welcome Roland, nice to meet you on Ning ! :)

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