Always wondered what is meant by Refactoring code? Basically it means : change the code but without changing the observable behavior. A developer does that to improve readability, reduce complexity, make it easier to maintain (find bugs and fix them).

If you wonder how such a refactoring looks like, you are lucky because this blog post gives you a very nice view on how it is done on Dune II – The Maker.


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Path finding progress demo... made it so I use a priority_queue, did X4 speedup. Nice! #indiedev #gamedev #d2tm #dune2

Path finding testing is done on a map (64x64) where only 1 possible path exists between two corners of the map. I also found a bug in the heuristic function - it would evaluate too many cells. With that sped up greatly, but still needs to be faster.

Spent more hours on path finding. Still too slow! (100/200ms for 1 unit, finding 1 path is SUPER SLOW (on complex map)). Need to shave off more milliseconds.

It is not so hard to implement a new pathfinding algorithm. The harder part is to make it perform properly. Especially when you send over groups of units. #indiedev #gamedev #dune2 #d2tm #remake

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