There’s still an anti-censorship banner on the site right now, but I have a link for you guys. I don’t usually post anything off topic here, but this is really important, so here it is. I know, SOPA and PIPA have been dropped – at least for the moment – but have you heard of ACTA? It’s a trade agreement, not national legislation, meaning that it hasn’t been subjected to the same level of open discussion. The US and Canada have already signed, and Europe could be next. Not scared yet? Maybe you don’t know what ACTA is about? I certainly didn’t. Well here’s a short informational video to give you an idea. Share it, and let your dissatisfaction with these new regulations be known! Fight for the freedom of the internet
Previously, we always checked if our SFML window was open using sf::Window::IsOpened(), which returned bool. Well, the function has recently been renamed to IsOpen(), although it appears otherwise unchanged (externally at least). So bear in mind that if you’re using a very up to date SFML snapshot, you may need to use sf::Window::IsOpen() rather than the old sf::Window::IsOpened().
- SFML 2.0 Builds (sfmlcoder.wordpress.com)