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    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Hi :)
    stackos
    @stackos
    hi
    😄
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    So what are you working on now @stackos ? :)
    stackos
    @stackos
    develop graphics engine
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Do you think that it's possible porting Viry3D on Linux ? Is there any library that is only available on Windows? I'm thinking about doing it
    stackos
    @stackos
    you can do it
    All lib are portable
    reference to Mac port
    Just need to prepare the host window and gl context
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Yeah I will try
    stackos
    @stackos
    Or vulkan rendering has a little difference with platform
    Not big problem
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Will you bring back particle or flappy bird demo ?
    stackos
    @stackos
    Maybe build a more better game demo
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    You mean a new game ?
    stackos
    @stackos
    Yes
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Do you have idea in mind ? I'd love to help
    stackos
    @stackos
    We can discuss about this
    maybe we can cooperate to build a game
    But I have no detailed plan right now
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Cool
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Hey @stackos. I have a random question for you. I saw in the particle demo while ago that we could play a Unity effect in Viry3D. Does it has to be a static effect or we can play an effect that depends on somw parameters ? Thanks
    stackos
    @stackos
    parameter can be dynamic set
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Thanks
    Tuan-Phuc Phan
    @tuanphuc
    Hi @stackos , I'm looking at the way you get input (keyboard) from different platforms. I saw that you implement yourself functions to get keycodes, do you think of using a library like SDL to manage the input instead of manage it yourself ?
    stackos
    @stackos
    I want to use third-party libraries as little as possible.