List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by Naugrim » 14 Sep 2018, 11:48

lysol wrote:
14 Sep 2018, 11:39
Post updated! Still have a few to go through and add, will do when I have time for it. Remind me if I forget... :roll:
Why not create a git([Hub|Lab]) repo? That way we can link it and other can help maintain the list.
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by lysol » 14 Sep 2018, 12:31

Hmm, you mean like, we write BBcode in a file and I then copy the code to this thread after each merge request? Or we write HTML and then I just link to that page on GitLab? Either way, it is a good idea.
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by Naugrim » 14 Sep 2018, 12:53

I was just thinking of a simple index Markdown/rust/adoc file, a la README style.
If you want we could render it in HTML for usign github pages, but for now I am more concerned about giving visibility to this amazing list of projects.
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by lysol » 14 Sep 2018, 12:57

Thanks for the idea! :) I'll think of something. Rust, ReST or something could work if not BBCode or HTML. Would be sweet to make a table so that you can get more info (programming language for example) in there without making it totally cluttered.

EDIT: Wait, isn't Rust just a programming language? You don't mean ReST do you? Markdown looks good anyway.
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by Naugrim » 14 Sep 2018, 13:37

lysol wrote:
14 Sep 2018, 12:57
You don't mean ReST do you? Markdown looks good anyway.
yup! sorry for the mistake.

Not my favorite but I'd go for Markdown, is easy and widespread.
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by lysol » 14 Sep 2018, 15:10

Threw something together at work between patients... :roll: Didn't have time to complete the formatting, so the first part of the list is how I thought we could format stuff if we go for markdown. The second part is just BBCode run through a translator to HTML and then to Markdown.

https://gitlab.com/Lysol/foss-game-engi ... er/list.md

I don't know if this really is a good idea to have all the bullet points like that. It more or less becomes just another list like wikipedia's, but without the ability to sort stuff.
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by Thunderforge » 14 Sep 2018, 19:14

Can Markdown do tables? That might be a nicer way to organize things.

Also, if we are hosting this on version control, then there is no need for a "last updated" because you can see the history of each line.

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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by klorax » 14 Sep 2018, 19:58

Thunderforge wrote:
14 Sep 2018, 19:14
Can Markdown do tables? That might be a nicer way to organize things.
Yes it can. :)

Think Org-mode in Emacs is nicer to work with though (in Emacs of course), also works on GitLab (and Hub). Did a quick test, this is what it looks like on GitLab (probably same for the md version):
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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by Thunderforge » 14 Sep 2018, 20:01

klorax wrote:
14 Sep 2018, 19:58
Did a quick test, this is what it looks like on GitLab (probably same for the md version)
I don't suppose it also allows for making columns sortable? Might be nice to sort by name, license, or language.

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Re: List of (other) FOSS game engine replacement projects

Post by klorax » 14 Sep 2018, 20:03

Thunderforge wrote:
14 Sep 2018, 20:01
I don't suppose it also allows for making columns sortable? Might be nice to sort by name, license, or language.
Well, it does in Emacs, but the tables on GitHub/Lab are static. :(
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