author Sam Lantinga <>
Tue, 24 Feb 2004 19:22:22 +0000
changeset 856 d3165b90ee42
parent 150 df1d68818edb
child 1361 19418e4422cb
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Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 19:00:23 +0100 From: "Juergen \"George\" Sawinski" Subject: Problems compiling libsdl with gcc 3.3 I attached another patch ( that might resolv issues for some ppl finding the correct place of*. (here, the output of "artsc-config --libs" contains two "-L.*", therefore the respecting arts_lib_spec contains the wrong path).

Wish list for the 1.3 development branch:

 * Use /etc/fb.modes, if available, like GGI does
 * Add mousewheel events (new unified event architecture?)
 * DirectInput joystick support needs to be implemented
 * Be able to enumerate and select available audio and video drivers
 * Fullscreen video mode support for MacOS X
 * Explicit vertical retrace wait (maybe separate from SDL_Flip?)
 * Shaped windows, windows without borders
 * Multiple windows, multiple display support
 * SDL_INIT_EVENTTHREAD on Windows and MacOS?
 * Add a timestamp to events
 * Use RDTSC for timer resolution on x86 hardware
 * Add audio input API
 * Add hardware accelerated scaled blit
 * Add hardware accelerated alpha blits
 * Redesign blitting architecture to allow blit plugins

In the jump from 1.2 to 1.3, we should change the SDL_Rect members to
int and evaluate all the rest of the datatypes.  This is the only place
we should do it though, since the 1.2 series should not break binary
compatibility in this way.

 * PCM and CDROM volume control (deprecated, but possible)