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Peeking into NKLMs
Posted: 2009-07-20 06:16:40 (Modified: 2009-07-20 06:19:22) by cyanpjh
The Nakalyne file format's extension is NKLM, simply standing for the NaKaLyne Module, these files aren't XML, nor are they anything like BMX, MOD or the other binary formats. Instead, Nakalyne uses SQLite3 for its storage medium. SQLite is an SQL engine that is a bit like a very minimalist PostgreSQL in general syntax (closer than MySQL anyway). An NKLM to Peek Into The first thing to do is to download the command-line tools needed to work with SQLite stores. and add them to your PATH enviro...
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A Walkthrough of CyanPhase LFO
Posted: 2009-07-17 19:30:42 (Modified: 2012-07-17 00:28:57) by cyanpjh
Note: This source is slightly outdated CyanPhase LFO CyanPhase LFO is a simple machine that demonstrates creating automation machines, which are similar in concept to Peer machines. Downloads The source for the CyanPhase LFO machine Walkthrough Now for a walkthrough: Headers #include <windows.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> #include "../nakalyneinterface.h" #include "lfo.h" #include "resource.h" The usual headers, notice nakalyneinterface.h, lfo.h and the re...
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A Walkthrough of Turbion Geiger
Posted: 2009-07-15 16:51:55 (Modified: 2012-07-17 00:28:00) by cyanpjh
Note: This source is slightly outdated Turbion Geiger Turbion Geiger was a machine that was part of the CnW (CyanPhase and WakaX) Turbion Pack back in the days when it was released for Buzz. As a way to gauge the flexibility of the API, I've maintained ports for some of the machines I've been involved in, which includes the Turbion machines. Downloads The source for the nakalyne version of Turbion Geiger The source for the buzz version of Turbion Geiger Walkthrough Now for a walkthrough:...
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