Subject: Re: [boost] A Google Summer of Code Proposal(Boost C++)
From: David Bellot (david.bellot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-12-20 04:35:39
games development is always a good idea but with respect to Boost, I'm not
sure it fits with the overall goal of Boost as a collections of generic C++
Unless .... you define your project a little bit more clearly.
Pygame is certainly a cool library but just redoing it is either too big a
project for one summer or just reinventing the wheel.
Can you give use more details about what you want to achieve with a time
line and intermediary steps ?
With clear goals and milestones in mind, it could be a "why not!"
On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 10:58 AM, Mudit Sharma <sharma.mudit16_at_[hidden]>
> Respected Sir,
> I have been studying the Boost C++ libraries.I see that there isn't any
> library for game development in Boost C++. I propose a new library for game
> development for Boost C++ under which I propose to use the pygame library
> of python.Make a Boost C++ analogue for pygame library of python..
> *I would like to know if this can be taken as a GSoC'15 project?*
> Thanking You
> Mudit Sharma
> (Student,Pursuing Electronics And Communication Engg. At Delhi
> Technological University,Delhi,INDIA)
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