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nobody would probably use it but it would be very easy to add multiplayer to #terminalphase right now
@mlemweb I need a mixin maker, lol
YES I GOT IT I FIGURED IT OUT
All I had to do was double-rubber-duck-debug by also talking with @mlemweb and writing in org-mode at the same time
I'll probably use obs, which is packaged in Guix.
The main downside is I don't think there's a libre / federated system that streams with obs yet? Or is there?
Which means I might do the minimum viable thing, which is stream to youtube (boo)
I'll upload the finished videos either to archive.org or a peertube instance after the fact regardless.
I might try a small video streaming experiment tomorrow about #terminalphase development? Not sure if people would be interested.
If you want to know how #terminalphase's architecture works, @tsyesika and I had a chat where I explained things and she gave me permission to post it. https://gitlab.com/dustyweb/terminal-phase/blob/master/architecture.org
Eventually this may become a more coherent document... in the meanwhile, maybe you get something out of it!
still not sick of hacking to the Axelay OST https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm0JY0qbHLg
One thing that makes it nice is I use mixins that are akin to the ones that are in Racket's class system (lots of things I don't love about Racket's classes, but I love those), and a methods macro that has something like E's "extends" feature. This combination makes for some really pleasant to construct designs.
Planning a new mixin for managing the common case of enemies that have health in #terminalphase