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hi there,

its a long time ago since i was here.
my english is still very bad but i have some new ideas and proof of concepts :)

here some points from my list:

Using GLBasic Engine for Scada visualisation (OPC and/or native SPS communication)
Add QT as simple GUI Api (x Platform if works on Platform, sorry webOS, Pandora, html5)
Native Binding to SCIP solver (thanks Conrad Zuse Institut Berlin) and lp_solve
TDS Lib for using SyBase / MSSQL Databases
SpaceController 3d Mouse support
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let me know if someone are interested in one of it.
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Re: Hello there - i have some ideas... :)
« Reply #1 on: 2014-Oct-05 »
WB Nils :D
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Re: Hello there - i have some ideas... :)
« Reply #2 on: 2014-Oct-05 »
hi ,

ahhh finally you are return !

+ QT gui
+ 3d maus
~ SPS   sound cool also

the rest i dont know anything about ?

Ps: wels 1,51 40 kg  , kannste mithalten ? ;)

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« Reply #3 on: 2014-Oct-06 »
:D ne 5 Hechte in 30 min alle um die 85 cm :D
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Re: Hello there - i have some ideas... :)
« Reply #4 on: 2014-Oct-06 »
Hi Nils

Wir haben uns schon Sorgen gemacht.  =D Wo warst du denn die ganze Zeit? Hattest du dein Passwort vergessen? :D

Cheers
The day will come...

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« Reply #5 on: 2014-Oct-07 »
presser  :enc:

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« Reply #6 on: 2014-Oct-07 »
Dat OT!  :blink:

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Re: Hello there - i have some ideas... :)
« Reply #7 on: 2014-Oct-07 »
QT wäre schon cool.
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« Reply #8 on: 2014-Oct-07 »
Also für meine Freizeit hab ich mir vorgenommen mehr hier zu machen, denke es wird
öfter sein hehe
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Re: Hello there - i have some ideas... :)
« Reply #9 on: 2014-Oct-08 »
Surprise!

Quite related to your avatar. :good:

All items you stated look super interesting!  :o

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« Reply #10 on: 2014-Oct-08 »
Dann hau mal rein Trucidare :P
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« Reply #11 on: 2014-Oct-09 »
GLB is great for Games and some tool-building, but could also really benefit with ability for business app building...using mysql / msaccess / sqlite via some ODBC connection.

It could fill a gap where 'Clipper' left off - building simple forms for data entry and database integration without the bloat of .net framework required by c# and vb.net

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GLB could pull in extra users from such additions.
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« Reply #12 on: 2014-Oct-10 »
You could write a WYSIWYG 2D Level Editor with controllable Entitites through GLB.  :good:

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« Reply #13 on: 2014-Oct-10 »
You could write a WYSIWYG 2D Level Editor with controllable Entitites through GLB.  :good:

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« Reply #14 on: 2014-Oct-10 »
HERE COMES A NEW COINCIDENCE

a bit off topic, but I have to mention...
The very day I read this post was just after visiting a computer lab at another campus of our university, and there, a bunch of Msc´s students gave a speech about a system they are putting up that online talks with a cloth cutting machine and bla bla. When they mentioned they planned a sort of a client on multiplatform (android to start), a friend silently asked me if I could pull such out of GLBasic. I answered it could be possible by the web commands but they are out of my knowledge.

At such time, the students stated that at some point there is this SCADA system going.
I never heard about it before, then I got home and read your post, it kinda feels quite weird. :S

The best idea you had was to come back. :booze: