During the past four months, Magnum began its adventure into the
Python world. Not just with some autogenerated bindings and not just with
some autogenerated Sphinx docs — that simply wouldn’t be Magnum enough.
Brace yourselves, this article will show you everything.
The new version puts a focus on usability with tweakable constants
for live coding, Dear ImGui integration, new packages, Gradle-less Android
development, compile time speedup and other general polishing.
Whether you are browsing Magnum docs or use Doxygen for your own C++
documentation, there’s always a way to improve your workflow. This article
presents the most recent additions to the
m.css Doxygen theme.
The new website does a better job at clearly presenting engine
features and enables the team to share progress easier than before. Besides
that, its development resulted in many valuable byproducts for both C++
developers and web content publishers.