40.000

February 27, 2010 General News 0 Comments

Today, the program hit 40,000 lines of code, counting the framework and all plugins. That's a pretty big landmark for mGen. Thirty thousand seems so long ago.

The most recent ten thousand lines have not pumped out as much sample quality increase as previous thousands. Rather, this batch of code seems to have been more focused on internals, setting the stage for more rapid development in the near future. I feel as though this focus on internal development will result in an explosion of high-quality samples sooner or later. In fact, I'm rather certain that it will be sooner, not later, since contour grammar is coming along nicely and should be fully-operational soon.

I look forward to many more such landmarks.