Maybe we - as game developers - should keep that Nanojit library in mind, could be useful in a future project. But as long as sentenses like "Figuring out how to compile it is left as an exercise for the reader" appear on the website of the Nanojit library, maybe we could wait still a bit.
five comments, already:
On Linux Chromium is much faster than FF for me, but FF has always been slow on Linux.
stefan () - 21 10 09 - 18:27
Hey, I read your post about adsense and all. Did you happen to write them an appeals letter? AdSense is no longer on my site for some “click fraud” and the worst part is that i have no way of proving it since I didn’t have a site tracker at the moment. I had AdSense since last December, and ended 5 days ago. I haven’t heard from them since.
sorry for commening about an irrelevant topic btw.
kiki () (link) - 21 10 09 - 23:42
“Figuring out how to compile it is left as an exercise for the reader”
Geez. If he didn’t anyone to actually use his software, he could have just made it closed source…
Reading statements like these make me want to reach through the monitor and slap the author.
Tazo - 22 10 09 - 10:46
“Stop nagging around, after all you’re not paying for it” ...almost the same type of statements which one often gets to hear from (mostly crappy) opensource projects…
giggsy - 22 10 09 - 10:56
@kiki: never heard any response from google
niko - 23 10 09 - 09:31