SDL 1.3 Plans

March 31st, 2001 by Crusader

Loki Software’s Sam Lantinga wrote in to theSimple DirectMedia Layer mailing list earlier this weekto relate his plans for the future of the API:

Q: What’s up with SDL 1.3? Can I help?

A: SDL 1.3 will be a near full rewrite of the SDL functionality, based on what we’ve learned over the past four years. The architecture design is partially done, and we’ll start prototyping the design soon. As soon as there’s a working framework, we’ll make it publicly available for comment and contributions. This new framework has about a year or a year and a half before we anticipate it being ready for stable release. We anticipate this framework being the next generation SDL 2.0 API.

One Response to “SDL 1.3 Plans”

  1. chunky Says:

    Still support aalib.
    I like aalib. [br][br]

    Gary (-;

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