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#301

Great work!

Is that implemented in PokittoLib so it is available in C++ too, and eventually can be made available in Python?


#302

Thanks!
It was written in Java, but porting it to PokittoLib would be a very simple task.


#303

Tiny bug (I think), drawLine doesn’t reach the last row (176).


#304

hey @FManga
have find a bug in tilemap.js the read tiles function return wrong valus,
i traced it to this

pointer addr = this.data + ${3+num*(1+map.width*2*map.height)} + tileY*${map.width*2} + tileX*2;

it start reading the data at offset 3 when it should be 4 because the third byte its a layer flag.


#305

I found that too :slight_smile:


#306

Is Math.atan not supported?


#307

I didn’t implement atan, but there is atan2 which should be more useful.


#308

Theoretically atan(a) == atan2(a, 1) assuming Java follows the same definition as C++ and fixed points don’t skew the results.


#309

Cool, I’ll give that a shot


#310

If you’ve got a desktop java compiler, compare the output from that to what the Pokitto spits out.
I’m presuming there’s a print(float) function available from Femto.
If not, you might be able to print as a fraction if there’s a way to access the underlying bits.


#311

cough Pokitto cough :stuck_out_tongue:


#312

A hint: How to print a value of a variable in Femto debugger (only if the variable is not optimized out)?

  • Write in bottom of the GDB window:
    p myVariable
    If the value is float, you can get the value like this (float is of a fixed point class in generated C++ ):
    p myFloatVar.value/256.0

#313

I only just realised what this was about.

Flicking between multiple forums using same software and layout gets confusing.


#314

Release v0.1.2

  • Lots of misc bugfixes
  • IDE: Fix duplicate files in file list on Windows
  • IDE: Add “Open Externally” button to file list
  • IDE: Fix Ctrl+Enter shortcut in Java editor
  • IDE: Add missing F1 shortcut
  • IDE: control IDE from commandline. IDE <projectname> commandlist...
  • Java: Fix string.substring
  • Java: show Rainbow menu if Pokitto is turned on while button C is pressed
  • Java: Rainbow menu has less rainbowness
  • Java: Button.waitForPress halts until a button is pressed, without glitching the rainbow menu
  • Java: System.memory.isLocked() checks if it is safe to allocate memory inside an IRQ
  • Java: cast literal strings to pointer to get a raw address, without allocating RAM
  • Java: added Vector and Matrix classes
  • Java: added missing println variants (pointer, int, uint, float)
  • Java: Direct4BPP mode that blits 16-color bitmaps directly to the screen using a 256-color palette.
  • Java: Initial work on LowRes256Color mode
  • Java: added 256-color Miloslav palette
  • Java: Fixed bug in flipped sprites (thanks @carbonacat!)
  • Java: screen.textWidth correctly handles newlines
  • Java: sprite rotoscale and rotozoom
  • Java: Fix large font rendering bug
  • C/C++: New MiniLib project template

#315

Do rotated sprites still go screwy if they go off the top of the screen?


#316

Yup. There were lots of other important fixes since the last release though, so I didn’t want to delay this one any more.


#317

Is this still the case?


#318

I actually made a MacOS build, but since I can’t even run it I chose not to put it up with the other releases yet.


#319

I can help if you like … obviously I have a mac!


#320

@filmote nice to see you here finally. :wink: