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Offline MMFan

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Re: Magic & Mayhem Engine Open Source Clone
« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2020, 01:50:29 pm »
I have successfully managed to re-create the sprite extraction routine as a JavaScript plugin which is more suited to my use case. I have uploaded it here.

Massive thank you to Nikita_Sadkov again for sharing your work.

@Nikita_Sadkov: would you object to me including the C files in the repository for the sake of posterity? I would of course make sure it's clear that you're the author.

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Re: Magic & Mayhem Engine Open Source Clone
« Reply #16 on: April 09, 2020, 10:29:40 pm »
I have successfully managed to re-create the sprite extraction routine as a JavaScript plugin which is more suited to my use case. I have uploaded it here.

Massive thank you to Nikita_Sadkov again for sharing your work.

@Nikita_Sadkov: would you object to me including the C files in the repository for the sake of posterity? I would of course make sure it's clear that you're the author.
I'm completely fine with that. SAU project has the MIT license: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIT_License

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Re: Magic & Mayhem Engine Open Source Clone
« Reply #17 on: April 09, 2020, 10:37:35 pm »
Ever considered uploading on bitchute or vlare.tv?
neither of them would give a crap about what a big bad bank wants, and it sounds like an important thing to have out there.
I don't really care anymore and I will try getting out of Ukraine when the quarantine will be lifted. PrivatBank was once private (therefore the name), but then the government nationalized it, and it turned into an even bigger mess (because the private owner actually cared about his bank's services). Basically Ukrainian government uses some non-free-market policies even today long after 2014. On the other side, Russian Sberbank is still freely operates in Ukraine, despite the pure ideological reasons to shut it down or at least convince to change the name, associated with the USSR and the Russian Empire financial systems.