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guidelines [2013/05/12 20:45]
michal.bida
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jakub.gemrot
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 ======Guidelines====== ======Guidelines======
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 +UNFORTUNATELY - LOT OF THINGS IS OUTDATED HERE
  
 This section is a list of "how to do certain things"​ or "​cookbooks"​ but not so detailed ones ;-) Anyway here you can find things that you should know if you're trying to develop advanced projects with Pogamut or if you aspire to become the true Pogamut geek. FIXME topics may be out of date. This section is a list of "how to do certain things"​ or "​cookbooks"​ but not so detailed ones ;-) Anyway here you can find things that you should know if you're trying to develop advanced projects with Pogamut or if you aspire to become the true Pogamut geek. FIXME topics may be out of date.
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 ======Pogamut Guidelines====== ======Pogamut Guidelines======
  
-[[guidelines:​Pogamut bot SVN guide|How to use Pogamut from SVN]] - information how to use the latest Pogamut version in SVN.+FIXME [[guidelines:​Pogamut bot SVN guide|How to use Pogamut from SVN]] - information how to use the latest Pogamut version in SVN.
  
-[[guidelines:​PogamutEclipse|Pogamut,​ Maven and Eclipse]] - information how to import Pogamut projects into Eclipse+FIXME [[guidelines:​PogamutEclipse|Pogamut,​ Maven and Eclipse]] - information how to import Pogamut projects into Eclipse
  
-[[guidelines:​videoedit|Video making tips]] - general page about creating cool video clips+FIXME [[guidelines:​videoedit|Video making tips]] - general page about creating cool video clips
  
-[[guidelines:​fsmbot|Pogamut FSM Bot Engine]] - a simple extension of Pogamut allowing for easy FSM bots implementing+FIXME [[guidelines:​fsmbot|Pogamut FSM Bot Engine]] - a simple extension of Pogamut allowing for easy FSM bots implementing
  
-[[guidelines:​I want to be the developer]]+FIXME [[guidelines:​I want to be the developer]]
  
 FIXME [[guidelines:​SVN Repository layout]] FIXME [[guidelines:​SVN Repository layout]]
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 FIXME [[guidelines:​SVN Branches and How to]] FIXME [[guidelines:​SVN Branches and How to]]
  
-[[guidelines:​How Subprojects work]], how can I add one+FIXME [[guidelines:​How Subprojects work]], how can I add one
  
 FIXME [[guidelines:​Pogamut Internationalization]],​ explains how to translate Pogamut FIXME [[guidelines:​Pogamut Internationalization]],​ explains how to translate Pogamut
  
-[[guidelines:​gamebots_maven|Installing gamebots as part of your project build]]+FIXME [[guidelines:​gamebots_maven|Installing gamebots as part of your project build]]
  
 [[guidelines:​Adding GameBots message to Pogamut JAVA|Adding new GameBots message to Pogamut JAVA]], to the client part of Pogamut platform [[guidelines:​Adding GameBots message to Pogamut JAVA|Adding new GameBots message to Pogamut JAVA]], to the client part of Pogamut platform
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 [[guidelines:​Adding message to GameBots|Adding new type of message to GameBots (UnrealScript)]] [[guidelines:​Adding message to GameBots|Adding new type of message to GameBots (UnrealScript)]]
  
-[[guidelines:​Adding Netbeans wrapper module for JavaProject]],​ how to add NB wrapper project that is dynamically rebuild every time, instead of one time jar.+FIXME [[guidelines:​Adding Netbeans wrapper module for JavaProject]],​ how to add NB wrapper project that is dynamically rebuild every time, instead of one time jar.
  
 FIXME [[guidelines:​Adding new example project]] FIXME [[guidelines:​Adding new example project]]
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 [[guidelines:​Doors and other movers]], some hints on creating levels with doors and other interactive things. [[guidelines:​Doors and other movers]], some hints on creating levels with doors and other interactive things.
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-[[guidelines:​UDK development tutorial]], how to start developing your mod in UDK. 
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-[[guidelines:​UDK on Linux]] 
  
 ======Unreal Tournament 2004====== ======Unreal Tournament 2004======
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 ======Other interesting topics====== ======Other interesting topics======
  
-[[guidelines:​Memory leaks]] and **weak references**,​ on the topic of different types of references (phantom, weak, ...)+FIXME [[guidelines:​Memory leaks]] and **weak references**,​ on the topic of different types of references (phantom, weak, ...)
  
-[[guidelines:​Action selection problem]] - a small introduction+FIXME [[guidelines:​Action selection problem]] - a small introduction
  
-[[guidelines:​Bots in FPS games]] - a small introduction+FIXME [[guidelines:​Bots in FPS games]] - a small introduction
  
-[[blog:UT devel blog|Small UT devel blog]] - +FIXME [[blog:UT devel blog|Small UT devel blog]] - 
  
-[[blog:​Knight devel blog|Knight'​s devel blog]] - +FIXME [[blog:​Knight devel blog|Knight'​s devel blog]] - 
  
-[[guidelines:​GB2004 issues|Known GameBots2004 issues]] - +FIXME [[guidelines:​GB2004 issues|Known GameBots2004 issues]] - 
  
-[[guidelines:​UE1_undocumented_unreal|UE1 - undocumented unreal]]+FIXME [[guidelines:​UE1_undocumented_unreal|UE1 - undocumented unreal]]
  
-[[guidelines:​Universal Agent Architectures]]+FIXME [[guidelines:​Universal Agent Architectures]]
  
-[[general:​agent platforms|List of current agent platforms and languages]]+FIXME [[general:​agent platforms|List of current agent platforms and languages]]
guidelines.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/25 10:35 by jakub.gemrot