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by Calloway
Jul 23rd, '18, 03:12
Forum: Experience Reports
Topic: Why does Creating a New Instance have such an Overhead?
Replies: 1
Views: 902

Why does Creating a New Instance have such an Overhead?

Why does creating new instances create a big overhead, especially on older computers and laptops?

It's also very apparent in lower cored systems like dual core and in laptops with low clock speeds.
by Calloway
Jul 20th, '18, 18:00
Forum: Working with GP
Topic: How to check internet connection without error message?
Replies: 2
Views: 1203

Re: How to check internet connection without error message?

Using an if-else maybe?... I don't know, you could try using cloud variables?
by Calloway
Jul 20th, '18, 17:48
Forum: Projects
Topic: BootToGP - minimal Linux to run a GP project as embeded app?
Replies: 6
Views: 1569

Re: BootToGP - minimal Linux to run a GP project as embeded app?

I'm not really sure I understand the implications of this :/
What would be the difference for this if someone can just download linux and run GP later on...
by Calloway
Jul 12th, '18, 04:46
Forum: Extending GP
Topic: Great to see the new GP mods, please share links!
Replies: 2
Views: 1077

Re: Great to see the new GP mods, please share links!

Does Github have a way to find all the forks of a given repository? Seems like that feature should exist, but so far I haven't found it. If it really doesn't exist, these forums may be the best way to let folks know about your GP mod. Yes by clicking 'forks' on the upper right hand of the repositor...
by Calloway
Jun 30th, '18, 14:58
Forum: Extending GP
Topic: Securely using Cloud Data
Replies: 1
Views: 769

Securely using Cloud Data

So I've developed a website that you can sign up at and then use your username as the user for putting and getting cloud variables. However, I need help on using the password with the cloud block to make it actually secure. you can test it http://codeexchange.cf the cloud data server is 71.85.117.75...
by Calloway
Jun 27th, '18, 18:14
Forum: Working with GP
Topic: What's the Interpreter/Bootstrapper Programmed in?
Replies: 7
Views: 1950

Re: What's the Interpreter/Bootstrapper Programmed in?

I really wish it was open sourced because then I can recompile with a different compiler and see if that makes it any better It's currently compiled with the LLVM C compiler with -O3 optimization (the highest setting). Interesting, using the GCC compiler does give a bit better performance -- about ...
by Calloway
Jun 24th, '18, 22:34
Forum: Requests
Topic: Do in Parallel Block?
Replies: 3
Views: 1043

Do in Parallel Block?

So with the new release of Snap! came a new c-block in it called do in parallel
Anyway this could be implemented in GP?
by Calloway
Jun 22nd, '18, 22:20
Forum: Working with GP
Topic: When Converting Scratch to GP it doesn't Work?
Replies: 2
Views: 1023

When Converting Scratch to GP it doesn't Work?

So out of boredom I was just converting this project on Scratch: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/135783232/ to this in GP:
Perlin Noise.gpp
this is the converted project
(11.19 KiB) Downloaded 58 times
For some reason this doesn't work in any way yet all the code seems to be the same
Can anyone help me find out these errors?
by Calloway
Jun 18th, '18, 02:44
Forum: Working with GP
Topic: Is the Source for the GP Cloud Server Going to be Released?
Replies: 3
Views: 1016

Re: Is the Source for the GP Cloud Server Going to be Released?

Oh no no I mean for the cloud variables (unless this is also what you're referring to?)
by Calloway
Jun 16th, '18, 17:42
Forum: Working with GP
Topic: Is the Source for the GP Cloud Server Going to be Released?
Replies: 3
Views: 1016

Is the Source for the GP Cloud Server Going to be Released?

Hello, I was just wondering if the source for the cloud server would be released? I don't see any downsides to this and it would lessen the load on GP's server plus it would allow for people to run their own servers which means that it's more secure (in a way). Especially since GP lost funding this ...