ch at csh-consult.dk
Sun Dec 11 11:29:36 CET 2005
I have written a DirectDraw 8 snowfall application once. Black screen,
lots of white pixels falling down to the bottom of the screen, until
the screen is all filled with snow. It's written in Borland Turbo Assembler (don't ask)
and the source code is about 20KB in size (not including the DirectDraw interface
code). If someone wants to rewrite it in C and make it a screensaver, I'll be
happy to send you the source code.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ros-dev-bounces at reactos.org [mailto:ros-dev-bounces at reactos.org] On Behalf Of Kenneth
> Sent: 11. december 2005 06:00
> To: ros-dev at reactos.org
> Subject: [ros-dev] screensavers
> I know that this is fluff, but I would like to contribute a good, honest
> attempt at making a screensaver program for ReactOS. Basically, what I
> am looking for is how is the API set up for ReactOS to write programs
> for it? I am familiar with writing programs for Windows, and I know the
> basic ins and outs of making a screensaver for
> Windows (including it's registry settings), however there is some API
> specific code that I need in order to give this a shot.
> Do you guys have a reference of some kind as to what API functions,
> constants, etc. that you have implemented in ReactOS that mirror those
> of Windows?
> Thanks in advance, and if there isn't enough in ReactOS yet for me to
> try this out yet, then I'll try to help on something else that I would
> be capable of.
> And I must say, and I'm not trying to kiss ass here, but I really
> appreciate what you guys are working at here. Keep it up.
> Kenneth Armstrong
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