On Sat, Jun 9, 2012 at 3:16 PM, Liviu Andronic <liv-public@myopera.com> wrote:
Hey Jasmine
I was *very* surprised to accidentally discover the existence of the
online edition of Trigger [1]. Several queries:
- Should we link to it from the SF home page?

Sure, if you like! I don't mind either way.
- Could you post some more information about browser compatibility? [1] I
tried to run in Opera and it failed (I cannot even click the '..get it
here' link). It failed in Chromium, too, but likely because my Mesa
drivers are <7.9. [2]

Yes you're right, I should do that. I haven't done much testing in Opera because the rendering was very slow the first time I tried it. But that was back in February ish, so I should probably take another look. Firefox should work pretty well. Unfortunately Chrome is currently the only browser with sound support, because it uses the WebKit audio API.
- Do/can the SF SVN and GIT code share code or data, or are the two
completely independent? From what I see the online edition is based on JS.

The code is indeed entirely JavaScript, so there's nothing in common. The core physics code was ported directly from the C++ source in Trigger though.

The Online Edition is still very prototypey (please don't look at drive.js) but I'm having a lot of fun working on it. :)

- Jasmine


[1] http://triggerrally.com/about
[2] http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1220892

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