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2D game development library for the desktop (Ruby and C++) and iOS (C++ only). MIT licensed.

Merge pull request #265 from longlene/master

compile error fix: SDL2's pc file is sdl2.pc; SDL2_ttf on Linux install ...
latest commit 3ef6add124
Julian Raschke authored
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Gosu Bump version to 0.8.7
cmake compile error fix: SDL2's pc file is sdl2.pc; SDL2_ttf on Linux insta…
dependencies Reorganise dependencies and add x64 support (warning: messy vcprojs)
examples Rename examples/Tutorial/main.cpp back into examples/Tutorial.cpp
ext/gosu Improve Windows detection in extconf.rb
lib Fix a minor bug in preview.rb
lib64 Clean up from last commit
rake Update/refactor CMake (can now build static library on OS X)
reference Update documentation & SWIG wrapper for available_width etc.
src Fix an index bug in new SDL_GameController code
website Free Gosu vector logo from its .lineform prison
windows Fix/clean up MSVC 2010 projects
.gitignore Clean up from last commit
.yardopts Use kramdown instead of rdiscount (the latter stopped working for me?)
CONTRIBUTING.md Document C++11 enum classes in CONTRIBUTING.md
COPYING Update COPYING/website year (include Delphi predecessor lifetime in C…
Gemfile Reorganise dependencies and add x64 support (warning: messy vcprojs)
Gemfile.lock Reorganise dependencies and add x64 support (warning: messy vcprojs)
Gosu.podspec Implement accurate availableWidth / availableHeight on OS X
README.txt Edited README.txt via GitHub
Rakefile Ensure stable order of Rake tasks

README.txt

 Moin and welcome to Gosu!

 Gosu's main website is http://www.libgosu.org/, which always has the latest
links to all relevant information.

 The actual source code, wiki, issue tracker etc. are all hosted on GitHub:

    http://github.com/jlnr/gosu/

 The best entry point into Gosu's documentation is the wiki home page:

    http://github.com/jlnr/gosu/wiki

 Try doing the tutorial there if you don't know how to start out. Or look at
one of the games in the Gosu Users board.

 Remember that Gosu is licensed under the MIT license and feel invited to fork,
port and transmogrify all parts of it. The only license that may affect you by
indirection is libogg's (BSD-style). If you release a Gosu game in any common
binary form, you will need to mention use of libogg and libvorbis somewhere.
 
 Complaints, questions, feedback?
* Visit the boards,                         http://www.libgosu.org/
* try your luck in the chat,              irc://irc.freenode.org/gosu
* or e-mail me. Have fun, write games!         julian@raschke.de
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