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Welcome on BeSly the Haiku knowledge base.
This site are created to help other users and developers. What to start, has begun in August 2004 with only German translations and little tutorials has now become a comprehensive, informative, multi-lingual knowledge base.
It contains a variety of assistance to install, program descriptions, program and system settings. We always try to make the tutorials easy to understand with a simpe but effect layout. In the years the site is online many ideas are included into the website. Idears from other users, like the system information at the beginning of every tutorial.
The menu structure is designed so that all instructions are displayed sorted by their program type. You can also use the search function to find tutorials.
There is also a small Software that allows you to find BeSly tutorials. Here also all programs listed by there program type, but also by the system type, language or authors. Even the smallest instructions are included, usually found only in collections of "Tips and Tricks".
Due to the similarity between the systems, wich are all have the same basis or be a rebuild, many of the tutorials are applicable on all systems.
Who wants to help this project, can do this writing their own tutorials, descriptions or translations. Also ideas or criticisms are welcome.
With the relaunch of BeSly it is now possible for the user to write the instructions themselves in the web interface. Even uploading pictures should be no problem. The only condition is to log on the BeSly. Your data will not pass from us.
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- Parent Category: Development
- Category: Love2D
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To create executable files for LOVE2D you only need the terminal.
Prerequisite is the LOVE2D is installed. You copy all files to a directory. This with right-click (add-ons> zip-o-matic). Then rename the directory in xxxxxx.love (xxxxxx stands for your file name).
After renaming the directory. Open the terminal and run the following commands.
cat /boot/system/bin/love /dir_to_zipfile/zipfile.love > /dir_output/outputfile
chmod 777 /dir_output/outputfile
Then you should have an executable file. Prerequisite this is on other system that is installed LOVE2D. With the HPKG Creator you can build a simple package and enter LOVE2D as dependency.
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