Website update and new binary releases!
As you may have noticed I’ve given the website a bit of a tidy-up. I definitely struggle with web design stuff so it’s not nearly as good as I’d like it be, but still, I think it’s an improvment! If nothing else, it makes for a nice change.
There are also some prebuilt v1.1.01 releases now available from the files section to celebrate, although for some reason, the windows version has turned into a 250M beast! That’s getting too big for my liking so I’ll probably look into getting Ted2 to build modules/documentation the first time it’s run instead of shipping them with releases in future, but for now you’re stuck with a rather large download sorry.
I am also pleased to announce that the new releases also include ‘Ted2go’ as the default IDE. Ted2go is a Ted2 fork by Evgeniy Goroshkin (otherwise known as nerobot on the forums) who has done near miraculous stuff with Ted2 considering the rudimentary state of things!
Ted2 will remain in the monkey2 repos for a while yet, but Ted2go has also been added as a ‘submodule’. For people who like to build from source, ‘rebuildall’ still builds old Ted2 but you can now also use ‘rebuildall2go’ to build Ted2go instead. Unfortunately, dealing with submodules is a little complicated (for one thing, they’re not included in the zips you download from github) so I haven’t made ted2go the default for ‘rebuildall’ just yet.
Finally, Tony of playniax has submitted his Pyro framework module for publishing – it’s gots lots of useful stuff in it and it’s up now at the ‘modules’ page. Definitely lookng forward to whole enchilada Pyro-wise!
Whew! I’ll probably write more tomorrow, but it’s been a LONG couple of days and I’m a bit shagged so for now…