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Compiling Cross Platform

WorldKiWorldKi Posts: 2Member
Hi,
I am working with a few guys on a project intended to help indie game developers build modularly and distribute games cross platform.

We've got a basic prototype finished that allows devs to attach licenses modules, and can build c++ programs cross platform (mac, windows, linux for now with android support coming)

I'm looking for some feedback on our concept and code. It is all c++ and runs through terminal right now, so it looks pretty rough. If you are interested in taking a look at the code you can send me an e-mail ( clayton at worldki dot com). You can find some documentation on our wiki [link=http://worldki.com/wiki/][/link]

We would also love feedback on our website and the overall concept, so even if you aren't a c++ developer your input is welcome.
Thanks for your help!
~Clayton
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