Post by setronic on Feb 8, 2014 8:44:46 GMT 1
thinking about your mashup zone again: it combines your sems
into new sems automatically, online?! i looked past that section
before bcs i was only into checking out existing sems.
pretty amazing if it works.
so.. would something similar work in the context of wanting to
combine a load of GUIside structures into a single unit/custom
sem for economy *from a prefab*
*could* a device be made?.... to give an idea: a container here
with everything @ 16x12 connections per stage...would be
nice to optimise this periodically as it moves forwards - in an
ideal world, where you could get your PC to spit out the code
>a way of : building a prefab and using that to produce
the body of the sem code to be generated, and put in the
appropriate sdk(?wrapper?) - is that
worth talking about?
would such a thing be simplified if it only dealt with ie GUIbools?
(>i know you don't like boolsplitters>have been dealing with this
with AND/OR as 'blockers') - i suppose it could be useful for all the
Post by daz on Mar 7, 2014 19:59:06 GMT 1
what it does it to take the source of a bunch of vanilla sdk2 sems and then basically do a find/replace on various parts to join them together into source for a single single sem containing all the modules .... you still have to compile them yourself from the files it spits-out
build prefabs ? nope.
it's pretty limited actually, as the sem has to be made in a particular way - not all sems will work as it doesn't like repeatition of things like globals .... and yeh, sdk2 only, so consider it legacy pretty soon, I guess