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Just FYIOne fix/feature that is not mentioned in Release notes is that Core.class function is changed and now parent classes and inherited classes have the same self reference.http://www.giderosmobile.com/forum/discussion/comment/8017#Comment_8017
@Atilim, Now Event.MOUSE_xx events also work on the device with touch, so do we still need to have TOUCHES_BEGIN, TOUCHES_MOVE and TOUCHES_END or MOUSE events would suffice for most of the things, unless multi-touch was required?
Hi,After some long investigation, I understand that TTFont bug is because of GCC-LLVM compiler. It only occurs on iOS devices and only when compiled with GCC-LLVM shipped with Xcode 4.2.I'm upgrading my system to Mountain Lion/Xcode 4.4.1 to build the libraries with the latest Clang compiler. At least I can post a recompiled libgideros.a here as soon as possible so that you can use TTFont without a problem.
error loading module 'lpeg' from file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.1/lpeg.so':
dynamic libraries not enabled; check your Lua installation
Lpeg plugin doesnt come by default, you need to copy the library from "All Plugins\LPeg\bin\YOUR_OS\lpeg*" to Plugins folder. Then you are set.
@jack0088 please wait for the next version. It'll be released soon, and fix your issue, the problem
@Mikehart normally we do not work on Sundays. You can forget about it today.
@techdojo About your issue with events, it was my first attempt to provide multiple optional parameters to addEventListener function. But after your info, I've replaced it with the original implementation. Therefore, now (with 2012.8.1) your events should work as before.
Maybe they do it the ANSCA way and provide some infos only to their favorite users/3rd party devs, I don't know.