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This brings the puzzles source to upstream commit e2135d5. (I've made my own
changes on top of that.)
This brings in a couple bugfixes and a new solver for Dominosa.
The upstream code changed a little bit with regard to the request_keys()
API. Also, we save some bytes (especially on the c200v2) by compiling with
-ffunction-sections and -fdata-sections, which allows Net to fit once again.
This is only really needed to save a few bytes on the c200v2, but
since it adds negligible overhead, so it's implemented for all
A stripped down version of the LZ4 reference implementation is found
Up to now, we'd just ignore whatever font size the puzzle asked for,
and instead just go with either the UI font or system font regardless
of their size, which led to some horrible-looking puzzles. This patch
adds the ability to automatically load fonts of the proper size when
they are available, which makes text-based puzzles such as Pattern and
Slant function correctly with any UI font.
The font pack, which should be extracted to the system-wide fonts
directory consists of 3 small bitmap fonts from 7px to 10px and then
anti-aliased Deja Vu fonts from 10px to 36px. It is available in the
source tree (apps/plugins/puzzles/fonts.zip), or from
It used to be that each puzzle had a complete copy of the entire
puzzles manual and the "quick help" text for every single puzzle. This
was obviously a waste, so now each puzzle only has the sections of the
manual that apply to it, saving about 100KB or so per puzzle. This
also has the added benefit of shrinking binary size enough to allow
full help support on the c200v2, which has been enabled.
- disables help on c200v2
- renames conflicting function
- embeds the upstream halibut documentation for plugin use
- currently every plugin has a copy of the help text, but in the
future a centralized system using overlays might be better
This brings puzzles up-to-date with upstream revision
2d333750272c3967cfd5cd3677572cddeaad5932, though certain changes made
by me, including cursor-only Untangle and some compilation fixes
remain. Upstream code has been moved to its separate subdirectory and
future syncs can be done by simply copying over the new sources.
Original revision: 5123b1bf68777ffa86e651f178046b26a87cf2d9
MIT Licensed. Some games still crash and others are unplayable due to
issues with controls. Still need a "real" polygon filling algorithm.
Currently builds one plugin per puzzle (about 40 in total, around 100K
each on ARM), but can easily be made to build a single monolithic
overlay (800K or so on ARM).
The following games are at least partially broken for various reasons,
and have been disabled on this commit:
Cube: failed assertion with "Icosahedron" setting
Keen: input issues
Mines: weird stuff happens on target
Palisade: input issues
Solo: input issues, occasional crash on target
Towers: input issues
Undead: input issues
Unequal: input and drawing issues (concave polys)
Untangle: input issues
Features left to do:
- In-game help system
- Figure out the weird bugs