What's new in version 0.7.2:
Updated SDL2 to v2.0.8, tiny_obj_loader to v1.1.1 and more..
What's new in version 0.7.1:
Fixed crash bug in Preferences, misc CMake updates and tweaks, updated SDL2, glm, zlib, stb_vorbis and stb_image to latest version and more..
What's new in version 1.0.23:
Added support for CMake, fixed crash bug in CustomCreate puzzle, compiled against latest libhffwk v0.7.1 and more..
What's new in version 0.7.0:
Added support for CMake.
What's new in version 1.0.22:
Compiled against latest libhffwk v0.7.0.
What's new in version 0.6.0:
Complete rewrite of rendering pipeline to be completely shader driven.
What's new in version 1.0.21:
Compiled against latest libhffwk v0.6.0 which includes new shader driven rendering pipeline.
First up, you should download and install Git for your preferred Operating
Important Git concepts
Git is a powerful decentralized version control system for collaborating on projects and is something that you need to master if you intend to participate in and keep up to date with the Harmonic Flow Framework (libhffwk) project.
See Git Basic Setup for a tutorial on how to setup Git.
You can convert git commits into patch files and send those to the email address listed on the contact page.
You can also host repositories yourself and send the checkout details, along with information on which commits in what branch contain your changes.