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Hey, new software!

Grant T  — 11 months, 3 weeks ago


I announce a release and then find a bug. Yep. Do I look professional? I feel professional.
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Hello, all. How is going and what-not? I am coming to you through the tried and true magical internet textual format as opposed to the video alternative due to computer speed concerns (built from spare parts a 2-core 3.6-Ghz 4gb rig to just edit text on Windows 10, what strange times we are in, considering that is somewhat necessary). Anyhow, instead of watching me implement, today we shall be discussing the implementation of C++'s object functions and how seashell shall be interacting with them going forward, along with considerations on the parser implementation and a piece of the ...
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Why is bearded man yelling you? Programming. Yes, that is why. Watch the video.

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You guessed it. More notstream.

Grant T  — 1 year, 2 months ago


Seashell things and ish and stuff. Welcome to weirdness, hope you enjoy.
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Further Seashell Work

Grant T  — 1 year, 3 months ago


Another notstream (THIS WILL BE A THING, YOU HEAR ME?!). More fun this time (I think), despite camera death.
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More notstream! (and more silly!)

Grant T  — 1 year, 3 months ago


Another vid; note: slight issue in seashell (scans is broken, but fixed in video). Now with extra silly and more planning!
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Hey, look, software!

Grant T  — 1 year, 3 months ago


It's out (download's here on hmn!); I don't have sales reports, but let us assume hotcakes! Let me know about bugs, questions, etc!
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Pre-release Howto Video

Grant T  — 1 year, 3 months ago


A(n) howto/update on how seashell is used and how it has recently been modified. Very likely I will release it soon, so stay tuned!
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Workin' on seashell (silliness warning)

Grant T  — 1 year, 4 months ago


Making the internals better, essentially simplifying user-level stuff.

Going forward, the only thing I feel I must definitely attack before release is linux input (btw linux now a thing),
so stay posted! Just before, probably going to do a "how to use" video or something.
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