Does anyone know any good SDL tutorials for Dev-C++??? I tried the tutorials at SDL's site, and I was doing fine until tut 3. I couldn't fix it and nobody would tell me how, so I'm looking for some other tutorials. I am specifically looking for animation tutroials, but at this point any begginers tut is fine for me.
No one ever answers me. At least this'll give me more posts on my record. :D
I went to google and the only thing that looked good was in german, I had it translated and it made almost no sense. I can't find anything that actually compiles on animation. WAAAH!!!! I guess I'll just... Uh... Do something. If anyone has gone to the SDL site and compiled the 3 tutorial successfully can you please post the source code, that would fix everything. Thanks, if anyone bothers to answer that is, :) .
Why not post the errors, maybe someone here can help you. I'm sure it's nothing too major to fix.
I try to compile the source and it tells me that:
'CSpriteBase' is used as a type, but not defined as
'CSprite' is used as a type, but not defined as
Et cetera, et cetera... I think all the other errors are related to this but I can't be sure. So i guess the question is how do you define those as types? Thanks for answering.
Damn, no replies. WAH!!! Oh well, I'll just sit at my computer and drool 'till someone does answer. :eek:
(drooling; drool hits keyboard, computer sparks everywhere)
Calm down there big boy.
1) The keyboard doesn't spark when it gets wet.
2) There aren't too many posts in the middle of the night.
Have you checked to make sure that you're linking the SDL libraries with your program, and that you have the necessary and proper #include files?
Luckily, I wouldn't know what would happen to the keyboard if I drooled on it :D . I did do the linking thing, with the thing with the dashes in front of them. And I included the <SDL/SDL.h> library file, I did everything the tut told me to, to the letter (literally) and it wont work. Thanks for answering.
What do you mean in the middle of the night, are you in Asia or something. I'm in kansas and it's the middle of the day here.