A brand new game
for Windows, HTML5, iPhone, Android TV and more,
The Box - Part One
"Hello World" claims the title of the box.
The code in Main.cpp is 3 lines long, and if I'm honest, I could easily compress that into one single line, by removing the newlines around the brackets.
The code requests an Alert.
Alert is held in AGAW_Win.cpp, since it's a Windows specific alert box, and uses a string converter which is held in AGAWCore.cpp, to convert the std:string to a wchar... Because.. Well.. C and Strings!! Grrr!
All three .cpp files are working neatly together.
The compiler is called with an additional parameter that includes AGAW_Win
AGAW_Win then includes Windows.h, and AGAWCore
AGAWCore then includes iostream.
Hopefully I can continue in this manner, in that I can write target specific versions of the AGAW_"Target" files, and then mix them in with the AGAWCore using the compiler's CLI command.
I'm hoping that all the different c++ compilers will let me specify includes as I go!!
If not, I'll need to do a bit of rejigging in order to include the initial file, or maybe even do a little hand-tweaking to get it going properly.
Either way, day one is a success.
It doesn't DO much, but it is indeed a success!
It took AGES to remember how to do all of that, and I'm still not 100% sure I'm doing it right, but for now I've got an exe out of it, and that's good enough for me.
.exe Filesize Watch : 398Kb
It was 16Kb until I added the #include iostream which bulked it up a teensy wee bit!