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July 9, 2016 at 9:31 am in reply to: Why do we have to call Super.New for windows instances #1950
I pass the values this way:
Wich corresponds to the docs: String, Int, Int, WindowFlags
Or should I write the flag another way? It works written this way in the second example. (I’m not used to enums)
I haven’t found any example not using super.new for creating a non default window.
Love the power of life! <3 Happy the V1 is out!
Hint right there
Should I have asked ? “How can I compile for Android?”
I remember I saw we will have to create a project with Android studio by ourselves (at the begging of MX2 dev at least)
And on the blog, last info is “Android and iOS (soon)”
I’ not confortable with Android studio/Xcode so I hope there will be a small explanation about that…
That article looks incredibly dodgy to me. Without seeing the actual code they’re testing, there’s no way of telling it’s not just the authors doing some stupid. Some of the results sound highly suspect to me, but then again, I don’t know much about the inner workings of C#. Not much of it would apply to c++ though.
That’s true the guy seems to have had a hard time finishing his paper. And I was astonished by their results.
This one has probably done a better job.. but then you have to read. Probably accessible to computer sciences addicts only.(not me, I tend to be on the end-user side)
This article can be interesting in those CPU consumption thoughts… though tests are made in C# so it’s maybe not comparable to C++
One astonishing thing is that static is slower than dynamic in some situation and that class looks faster than struct! (see Table 1)