[00:45:27] <sinistersnare> im a highschool senior, and have recently been looking into jython for gaming!
[00:45:53] <sinistersnare> but now irc is on my main monitor now!
[00:46:24] <sinistersnare> specifically using the libgdx java framework. Its really cool, and I want to see how it goes!
[02:58:28] <streety> libgdx is new to me but looks like an interesting project
[03:03:14] <streety> I've been using jython recently - initially I feared it would be too slow for my needs but it did encourage me to seek out an improved algorithm
[03:04:31] <streety> strangely, porting the code to Java was very fast ... until it crashed running out of memory. Not quite sure what was happening there
[03:05:24] <streety> sinistersnare: is jython the recommended approach to using libgdx? or just one of the options?
[04:03:00] <sinistersnare> streety, im the first one to try jython and libgdx :p theres some guy who keeps tweeting me about using it with different editors since i made the libgdx wiki page on it though!
[04:03:40] <sinistersnare> i did the python work, a nice guy from #scala helped with the scala libgdx, and theres been a good amount of clojure work already done, i just made the article!