Dec 142012

Michael Blumenkrantz, the very acclaimed e17 release manager, and I have been working on Etrophy, and it’s ready for a 0.5 release.

Etrophy is a library that manages scores, trophies and unlockables. It will store them and provide views to display them. It could be used by games based on EFL and any other application where such a thing could make sense.

It’s already in use by Escape From Booty Bay, Econcentration and Echo. And who knows what else is coming ?

Etrophy can be checked out from E Project’s svn repository:

$ svn co

or downloaded in release tarball form.

Online documentation isn’t in E server yet, but can be accessed here.

There are still a lot of tasks to be concluded before the 1.0 release, including adding a remote backend, adding more views, creating some examples and improving  docs. Since we are developing it mostly in our free time, between many other projects, anyone willing to help to speed up things a bit will be very, very welcome.

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  1. […] right, it’s something completely useless aside from testing the recently released Etrophy library. It does track and notify you of your achievements in real-time, however, which I think is […]

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