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Offline Spasi
« Reply #30 - Posted 2015-08-27 17:58:54 »

CopyableCougar4, the title of your thread is a bit misleading as your problem is specific to one version of a set of Java bindings that supports OpenAL.

After all these years, aren't you f**king tired already? Do you really gain anything from bashing LWJGL all the time?

It's an open-source project. The source is here. All binary dependencies are built from source, you can find it here. If you think there's something wrong/buggy/evil about any of the above, you're welcome to submit a pull request. You won't catch a disease.

There is no corporation behind LWJGL. I have personally written most of the code. Is there something about me that you feel uncomfortable about and would like to discuss?
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« Reply #31 - Posted 2015-08-27 18:12:22 »

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« Reply #32 - Posted 2015-08-27 20:13:11 »

CopyableCougar4, the title of your thread is a bit misleading as your problem is specific to one version of a set of Java bindings that supports OpenAL.
Wasn't this issue finally dealt with here? Not sure why you're provoking the same problems again.
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« Reply #33 - Posted 2015-08-27 22:34:05 »

Am I, as a socially awkward overlord, simply too lenient? For years, hell, probably a decade, Julien has fought this wars of the APIs on JGO, spreading annoyance and misery to those involved. We had to close down entire boards, had to issue countless warnings and moderations (after which Julien threatened to sue JGO into oblivion, and as he has sued websites before, it wasn't an idle threat).

He has been banned, warned again, escorted to the padded room and resided there for months, and then... only weeks later, there are these insinuations, indirect references to 'the others which are different which should not be compared', causing even those among our elite to finally... lash out.

Julien, I am lenient once again, because somehow I feel sorry for you, but this is your last warning: one more insidious remark about the 'profound' difference between LWJGL and JogAmp, and you are out. Forever. Joining only a handful of people that were ever perm-banned on JGO. We can do without the toxicity.

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Offline nsigma
« Reply #34 - Posted 2015-08-28 09:56:52 »

Julien has fought this wars of the APIs on JGO, spreading annoyance and misery to those involved. We had to close down entire boards ...

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I sometimes wonder whether Julien is aware of the immense amount of harm he has done to something he professes to care about.  I've used both LWJGL and JOGL on different projects for different reasons - both have their pros and cons.  That anyone can show such religious fervour for a programming library is beyond me.  That JOGL doesn't have a solid and positive presence on JGO I find a shame.

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