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iOS port #410

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LaurentGomila opened this Issue Jun 18, 2013 · 12 comments

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LaurentGomila commented Jun 18, 2013

Port SFML to iOS (iPhone, iPad).

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CMake files, sfml-system, sfml-network and sfml-window are done.

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LaurentGomila commented Jun 18, 2013

CMake files, sfml-system, sfml-network and sfml-window are done.

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Wow, this is awesome.

vonj commented Jun 18, 2013

Wow, this is awesome.

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mjbshaw Jun 18, 2013

Will this branch be exposed any time soon? It would be nice to try and use it to model an Android port after it.

mjbshaw commented Jun 18, 2013

Will this branch be exposed any time soon? It would be nice to try and use it to model an Android port after it.

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The Android port is already written (still in progress) and available on github. But it's not maintained by me, so it's not official yet.

The iOS code will be public when it's advanced enough.

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LaurentGomila commented Jun 18, 2013

The Android port is already written (still in progress) and available on github. But it's not maintained by me, so it's not official yet.

The iOS code will be public when it's advanced enough.

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sfml-graphics is finished.

Now I'm working with Jonathan to homogenize both ports (Android and iOS), and they should be available in the master repository fairly soon.

For now the iOS port won't support the sfml-audio module, because of licensing issues with libsndfile. This will be solved in the near future, but I don't know when.

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LaurentGomila commented Aug 19, 2013

sfml-graphics is finished.

Now I'm working with Jonathan to homogenize both ports (Android and iOS), and they should be available in the master repository fairly soon.

For now the iOS port won't support the sfml-audio module, because of licensing issues with libsndfile. This will be solved in the near future, but I don't know when.

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Any update on "fairly soon"? Just wondering whether it would be worthwhile to wait a few days or commit further additions to the ESFML fork.

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MarioLiebisch commented Sep 5, 2013

Any update on "fairly soon"? Just wondering whether it would be worthwhile to wait a few days or commit further additions to the ESFML fork.

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Sorry, I'm on vacation I don't have much time to answer people or revise code.

The eSFML project will be rebased on SFML 2.2 to provide other cool extensions to SFML (or experimetal features). However, if someone is impatient to try out SFML on Android or want to be ready for SFML 2.2, he can still use eSFML.

Both port are already merged and we're working in a private repository at the moment, but very soon you'll see an experimental branch in the public repository. :)

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Sonkun commented Sep 5, 2013

Sorry, I'm on vacation I don't have much time to answer people or revise code.

The eSFML project will be rebased on SFML 2.2 to provide other cool extensions to SFML (or experimetal features). However, if someone is impatient to try out SFML on Android or want to be ready for SFML 2.2, he can still use eSFML.

Both port are already merged and we're working in a private repository at the moment, but very soon you'll see an experimental branch in the public repository. :)

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Okay, just wondering, so pull requests don't create more work than necessary, especially for bigger stuff.

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MarioLiebisch commented Sep 5, 2013

Okay, just wondering, so pull requests don't create more work than necessary, especially for bigger stuff.

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rileytestut Nov 16, 2013

Any updates on this? I have an app I'm porting to iOS that relies heavily on SFML-Network, which is apparently completed. Would it be possible for this portion to be released separately as a preview?

rileytestut commented Nov 16, 2013

Any updates on this? I have an app I'm porting to iOS that relies heavily on SFML-Network, which is apparently completed. Would it be possible for this portion to be released separately as a preview?

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iOS port is ready for being merged into the public repository, I'm just waiting for the Android port to be ok as well, which should be done in a few days maximum.

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LaurentGomila commented Nov 16, 2013

iOS port is ready for being merged into the public repository, I'm just waiting for the Android port to be ok as well, which should be done in a few days maximum.

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rileytestut Nov 16, 2013

Oh well that's excellent news, thanks!

rileytestut commented Nov 16, 2013

Oh well that's excellent news, thanks!

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Android port #440

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Merged into master.

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binary1248 commented May 19, 2014

Merged into master.

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