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megatux

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Great upgrade! Thanks and keep the awesome work!

What the heck are you talking about? I work with Ruby everyday, I receive a lot of offers, ...some times several a day. If you use Github, Shopify, Stripe and thousands of other smaller sites, you use a Ruby powered site.  ... I guess I'm feeding trolls again :/  

The devs always talk about a game for Nintendo switch, somewhat popular, can't remember the name but should be easy to find. 

Thanks for sharing this. Looks incredible!

It uses Ruby. Check the doc here or find videos on YT or the official docs. It's pretty easy to use

Link to code seems broken, 404 on https://gist.github.com/rcgordon/276845a7d22b32c21126866f0b47b7a1

Beautiful!

Sure. So,  inside game directory I added current dir. to find libGDCpp.so   (with LD_LIBRARY_PATH env. var.)

Also did a sym. link of libpng :

    ln -s libpng12.so.0.54.0 libpng12.so.0

    LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$PWD ;  ./ExeLinux

and execute the binary.

Ok, set LD_LIBRARY_PATH and also did a symb. link of the libpng library and started. I guess you could improve the Linux experience settings this things properly.

Regards

Hi, game executable don't run on my Linux box.

 $ ./ExeLinux

./ExeLinux: error while loading shared libraries: libGDCpp.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I noticed there is a library named the same on the game directory. Do I have to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH or something?

Thx

Where is the Linux binary? last one from download page if from May! :/