Could you guys be more specific how
love.version works? I don't know if its like 060, 60, 06, 35, or what.
previous unsigned comment by Luiji
- It's 60 or 060 (it doesn't make a difference in Lua), but AFAIK it's not used as of now. --Robin-gvx 10:37, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
- Although currently unused the version is to be specified according to this formula (but it'll probably be changed :O) major*100+minor*10+revision, so for 0.6.2 this is 0*100+6*10+2 = 62 (or 062, whatever you like, they're the same after all) --Bartbes 21:58, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
It's very much 'false' by default! --Bartbes 09:43, 8 January 2011 (UTC)
Should this be Category:Callbacks?
There's no proper page for the love.conf callback. It redirects here.
I just Omit the version part from the config
then you don't get annoying blue screen messages... is there a way to turn those off? or overwrite the error message?
Can you explain FSAA-buffers?
t.screen.fsaa = 0 -- The number of FSAA-buffers (number)
What are fsaa buffers??
Older Versions at the end
I just moved the full examples for LÖVE 0.8.0 and 0.7.2 to the end of the page instead of having them in the middle of the "flags".
I think this increases readability a lot.