Information relevant to programmers on the Allacrost project can be found on this page. Whether you are new to the project or are a long-time project member, you should find yourself frequently referring back to this information. Please help us to keep the information on these pages up-to-date and well organized.
The general starting point for programmers who are new to the project or are considering lending a hand.
Describes all the various sections of the source tree and how they logically break up into areas of development.
Instructions on how to access and use the Allacrost HG repository
A list of all libraries and versions that the Allacrost code uses
How to access the test interface and design your own tests. This is a crucial tool for every developer to know and utilize.
A brief description of how we write our code and work as a team to support multiple platforms.
The official code standard that all programmers are required to follow.
Code Recommended Practices
This page lists recommendations for keeping your code optimized, readable, and consistent with existing code.
The main page for listing all code documentation pages found on this wiki.
Details the next release that we are working toward and the tasks (code and otherwise) that need to be completed.
The programming section of the Allacrost forums. Most of our discussion on the code takes place here.
The Allacrost BitBucket project page is where our code repository resides and where we make our releases available.
We use our BitBucket page to track bugs and other programming tasks. This is a good place to check if you're trying to find something to work on.