the main part is quite done

exams are over, so I was able to spend some time in this place. I managed to finish great parts of the main explanation. I explained the special parts of the code. If you think there’s missing something, tell me! Next time I’ll come here I’ll tell you something about doing hardware on FlightGear and I hope I can report something about doing Blender on Managed DirectX.  Furthermore I’m curious if it’s possible to place a .zip file somewhere in this place to make the code downloadable for you…

In my blog stats I mentioned that yesterday someone found this site by feeding his/her search engine with the words ‘flightgear c# socket’…thanks buddy! Can you figure out which site is the #1 entry when you google for ‘flightgear c#’?

Yes – there’s still hope…

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4 Responses to “the main part is quite done”

  1. Gus Says:

    Hi there, just wanted to let you know this tutorial is really helpful — thanks for writing it! There’s not a lot of info around about doing techy stuff with FlightGear on Windows platforms.

    Looking forward to the next part :-)

  2. Bernd Schneider Says:

    Flightgear 1.9/command line options/IO Options/generic is missing. Any idea ?

  3. Aamir Says:

    Thank you for the great tutorial ? Is there any way to implement Flightgear in visual basic 2005 ?

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