It came to my attention that no one published a user defined language mode for Notepad++ that would allow you to view BB code tags in the editor relatively comfortably, so I decided to correct that omission by publishing mine.
As far as technical details go, there isn't anything of particular complexity here - various tags are defined as delimiters and URLs use the same trick that the built-in Markdown UDL uses.
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This is a small note that I have made
a quick Haxe variant of the first part of my
"small guide on writing interpreters".
You can see an interactive Haxe-JS demo above,
and find the Haxe source code on bitbucket.
I was randomly asked whether I was going to write a summary-of-the-year post or anything, and I thought "sure, why not", and proceeded to spend a day doing that.
About 3 years after GMS2 release I decide that it might be a good idea to make a GMS2-specific UDL for Notepad++ instead of using my GMS1 UDL.
FontForge comes with two scripting systems
- largely-regular Python and
an unnamed scripting language that uses the extension .PE.
While the documentation advices to prefer Python scripting where possible,
it is still nice to be able to read the existing PE scripts easier.
This User Defined Language for Notepad++ aids with that,
adding folding and syntax highlighting for built-in functions and variables of
the scripting language.
In this third-of-a-series post, I go over existing issues in GameMaker's data structure functions (some of which you might not have been aware of), and how to fix them.
Computer mice these days tend to have additional buttons on sides/ and people periodically wonder whether they need to do anything particular to poll these buttons.
This post serves as a collection of descriptions and links to various GameMaker-related assets and extensions that I have published over time.
Back when publishing it in 2017, I thought it was longer than expected, but it had since grown about twice in size. At least the blog has that "navigation" sidebar now.
Also should answer the "how do I support your work" question that some readers have.
It seems that questions about whether (and if so, to what extent) GameMaker: Studio
and GameMaker Studio 2 games can be decompiled are being asked at a constant pace, and yet there are
still no resources to clear up these questions. So I've decided to make a small post on the matter.
(originally published in May 2015, updated in 2019)
A collection of answers on identity subjects.