[stella] CAG Update and comment format conversions

Subject: [stella] CAG Update and comment format conversions
From: Aaron Bergstrom <Aaron.Bergstrom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 18:21:56 -0600
Well, I've done quite a bit of work this week on my CAG project. So much so, I've neglected my school work. But anyway. I updated CAG so the user can now draw normal, reflected, and asymmetrical playfields using box-draw and box-erase tools. More drawing tools will be added after the semester is over... I need to get caught up.

You can now draw out a playfield, and do a data dump of that playfield to a project output box. That data can be cut and pasted into your favorite text editor. It's a straight data dump for now, nothing fancy. No color data is exported.

Also, I have placed a CAG tutorial online. Still, nothing can be saved to disk (except the preferences file). The ability to save projects, playfields, and player sprites should be available sometime before the end of January. The current jar file is also online. Source files and graphics are included in the jar. All of this stuff can be found at the following URL:

Feedback would be most appreciated.

On another note - I would see a lawyer, but if that's not your style, I would just expose him. You can't let him get away with that, especially since you already gave him the opportunity to do the right thing in private. Once my brother had a minor fender-bender while he was in the military. The other party was attempting to fabricate an injury and gouge his insurance, so the insurance company wouldn't pay. The other party's lawyer slapped a lean on him. They ended up settled out of court. But it was a nasty affair. For the entire time Eric had the lean put on him, he couldn't get a loan or any new credit. It almost screwed up a student loan he agreed to co-sign for me. That almost keept me from going to a summer field school in archaeology. I guess, although lawyers can be nasty, they have ways of getting at the other guy that we wouldn't normally think of. So I think it would be worth it, and most likely you'd never even end up in court.



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