Development icon Autumn Brings Activity

The project has been sleeping for several months now, as I haven't had much energy for coding during the summer and when I had, I've used it for web development, OpenGL ja small side projects. However, Infiniverse is too good of a project to leave for dead and so I have gotten back to developing it. First I started with refactoring (arranged the files to a better structure and moved some code around) plus adding server controls and command line parser.

Also note that the past time hasn't been a complete waste of time from the point of view of Infiniverse as I'm able to use my increased knowledge in version controlling, data structures, networking and programming practices. I've also been able to create the new shiny webpages, which of there is more info in the previous post.
Posted to Development on 01 Sep 2009 by aave
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Kevrel @ 02 Jul 2011 01:36 pm
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Mikel @ 24 Sep 2012 03:28 pm
Nice work James.Couldn't get this going on WP 3.2.1 (clicking Apply to make the bulk change did noithng), but then I tried your version and it works a treat, thanks.Nice touch adding the drop-downs, too. I've never got why so many otherwise awesome plugins go to the trouble of implementing a GUI but then stop short of letting the user select meaningful names instead of using meaningless back-end IDs, so extra thumbs up for that mate.Cheers,Ben.
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