These are usable, but in a pre-alpha state and definitely a work in progress.
from Kevin Watters
- Windows 10 (for now)
- Visual Studio 2017
- A command-line prompt opened with the "x64 Native Tools Command Prompt for VS 2017" shortcut
odinon your PATH (built from odin's
masterbranch is good)
Running the examples
To run a simple demo:
odin run examples/simple_demo
You should see this:
To run the live reload demo:
You should see the demo appear. It runs a background thread watching for changes in the source directory. When a change happens, it will rebuild the
bin/game.dll file--which will then get automatically reloaded by the host process.
Try editing some of the values in
examples/live_reload_demo/game.odin and saving the file to see the changes instantly.
odin run examples/bunnymark
odin run examples/physac
raymath are in an alpha state. See
To rebuild the bindings to raylib, make sure you have raylib checked out into the directory above raylib-odin, and run
- fix up bindgen code so that raylib.h doesn't need to be hand-tweaked
- make everything work on OSX and Linux