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12 Responses to “did someone say “galcon in the browser” ??”
i’m definitely interested in the right answer. the screenshot is a bit small, here’s a guess, though:
pygame renders a frame, which gets published via local webserver and the browser pulls it.
ok, so how is it working for real?
ps: btw, does anyone know how to run python inside browser? (ironmonkey, anyone?)
PyGame on Flash sprint – http://us.pycon.org/2008/sprints/projects/#pygame-on-flashSome of us are going to work on getting pygame working in flash. Imagine being able to play pygame games in any browser anywhere! I’m quite excited about this one so if you’re staying for the sprints, join us! Lucio Torre is leading this sprint.
too bad it’s not the full python interpreter
would be nice to be able to access the dom structure via python
Ycros got it 🙂 Today was the first time I got it working in the browser. I’ve got most of the update to the game done. The rest is working on polishing the integration with IA. No official release date yet, but things are starting to come together!
So techwise – no flash, no weird publishing of data. It’s hooked right into the browser 🙂