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Offline Chevalier des PoissonsTopic starter

RGSS2 programmers
« on: September 08, 2010, 02:20:31 AM »
Greetings, how are you?

Well, I am in need of anyone who knows the RGSS2 language well enough to be part of a gaming crew. Me and my teammates from the editor company (I am temporary, I am going to be the external marketeer when I move, not that you wanted to know) need people to help promoting the story, and one of the ways is going to be via an online game.

So far now, during the initial stage, it is just an amateur thing, but still, better than nothing.

Does anyone know anybody that I could get in touch with?

Thanks in advance.

Offline Lithos

Re: RGSS2 programmers
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2010, 05:43:55 AM »
The language used in RPG maker scripts (RGSS2) is scripting language called Ruby, so anyone knowledgeable with that one will most likely be able to help you. I think that asking for people fluent in Ruby in more programming oriented forums should do the trick. Those people would already know the language and just need to learn the module / framework in question.
« Last Edit: September 08, 2010, 05:45:26 AM by Lithos »

Offline Chevalier des PoissonsTopic starter

Re: RGSS2 programmers
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2010, 11:43:36 AM »
The language used in RPG maker scripts (RGSS2) is scripting language called Ruby, so anyone knowledgeable with that one will most likely be able to help you. I think that asking for people fluent in Ruby in more programming oriented forums should do the trick. Those people would already know the language and just need to learn the module / framework in question.

Oh, ruby. That is amazing, thanks for the info ^^