> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 5:17 AM, Dave Phillips wrote:
I toyed with it a little and it seems like a fairly powerful piece of
software. Uses it's own lisp dialect. I haven't done any real tests
but on some more or less simple thingies it outperforms processing.
It has bindings for opengl, sdl, opencv and a bunch of other
mathematical/scientific and image/matrix processing libraries. There
are even alsa bindings and perhaps it wouldn't be too difficult (for
someone in the know) to add jack. The thing is that it's quite
low-level so there are not many ready-to-go routines for image
processing (unless I missed some piece of information somewhere). I
think that the software is still being slowly maintained/updated but
at a very slow pace (haven't really followed in a long while).
On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 8:52 AM, Justin Smith wrote:
> Processing is interesting. I found it to be frustratingly slow,
Has anyone compared processing with pygame (performance wise especially?)
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