TIL: Ninja & MSYS2 Clang

Ninja Continuing my quest of compiling SFML with all the flavors of Clang on Windows, I tried out the build system Ninja for the first time. It’s well-known, has its own CMake generator for a very long time and compared to a normal Visual Studio build it’s quite fast. There honestly isn’t too much to […]

Weekly Digest

Here are some links to other articles, videos or podcasts, that I want to preserve as future referenced for myself, but are also worth sharing with others, since they are interesting and might have gotten lost on Slack, Discord or Twitter when I posted them over the last few days or weeks. The title doesn’t […]

Record With OBS Studio

On my current project at work, we sometimes need to record a meeting, unfortunately the recording feature of the meeting software isn’t enable. As such I’ve written a short guide on how to use OBS Studio and thought, I’d share it on here as well. Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio was, as the name implies, […]

Rule of Thumb – Linking Order

Those newer to programming in C++ often fail to understand that compilers like GCC or Clang require a specific link order for the libraries in use or they don’t know what order to pick. Working on SFML and helping out in its community, I’ve had the pleasure to help people fix their linker errors many […]