Monthly Archives: April 2010

Trosnoth: Mercurial server

Myself and the other Trosnoth developers have been looking at moving from subversion to mercurial for our source code control. I’ll blog about some of my adventures doing the conversion later, because today I want to talk about the mercurial … Continue reading

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Refactoring Reflections

I have been working recently on Piratenoth, a release of Trosnoth which defaults to using a pirate theme. For those of you who haven’t yet clicked on the Trosnoth link above, Trosnoth is a fun 2D team game. We’ve been … Continue reading

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Election Promises

I was thinking recently about politicians and election promises. It seems that no matter who gets elected, there’s always at least one promise which is made before the election, but gets neglected once the politician is in office. So I … Continue reading

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Composition: First Steps

In my previous post, I wrote a bit about the conventions of western music and my desire to compose music which doesn’t follow an equal-tempered scale. Well I’ve had a bit of a go at doing this. Approach In composing … Continue reading

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“Impossible” Music

A recent discussion with a colleague reminded me of an idea I had some time back: composing non-equal-tempered music. This is not a new idea, it’s just something I’ve never delved into much before. Quick Intro to the Physics of … Continue reading

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