|written by Alex on May 08, 2011 23:23|
|Well, e_net4 wondered where I had left Keyway at, before deciding to quit programming for an unknown amount of time (tell ya, I'm already beginning to miss this activity, but I got allergic to promises so I'm not saying anything more about that). And well, since the executable might be in more-or-less working condition, I thought it would have taken less time to actually upload the executable here than explaining in detail. Here we go: it displays some instructions on how to operate the interface. The interface, however, is all there is to it, except a "test module" being the good old text reader.|
|i haz title: speed-y-???-1|
|written by Speeder on May 09, 2011 02:02|
Also, Unix style commands I liked it.
Although I disliked how it took forever the ls where I dump all the random files (there are like 100 gb of files in a folder XD)
But I loved it, and how the interface is simple and elegant.
If you ever decide to work on it again, and decide you need help, I am on it, maybe. (I am also like you, and sometimes feel that I got tired of making projects... but sometimes I actually make something )
|written by Kristos on May 09, 2011 02:13|
|I like it.|
A flea just bit me.
|written by Alex on May 09, 2011 11:24|
|Oh, I see. The problem with the long list of files is that the console wants to retrace the entire window and the reflection each time a line of text is traced. It'd be easy to disable that "retrace" on the go and get mostly instantaneous listings (all it'd take would be temporarily zeroing a certain callback pointer), so it could be an idea to add an option for that.|