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    Good afternoon,

    I'm making a board game with fusion 2.5, but, in order to create a solve algorithm to get a solution ( a ruzzle-like game ) , I coded a python script. This script works very finly, but I'ld like to "plug" it into my iOS game project in fusion 2.5. Thus, I think I could make my own iOS extension. However, I don't know how to code in Objective C ( i code a little in C++) ; so my question is,
    First of all, it is possible ?
    Does anybody has ever made such an "extension" ?
    What should I read , and learn to do it ?
    Is it possible to easily convert a python script in C++ with a kind of special software ?

    Tanks for helping me !

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    Hello,
    my problem has changed , i realised a C++ code, and i'm triying to use it into fusion. But I don't know how to do ... Does anybody got an idea ?

    http://community.clickteam.com/threads/87510-plug-a-C-code-into-Fusion?p=634557#post634557

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    Sure, you can create your own extensions with C++. Take a look down the forums for the 'Extension Development' forum, there are plenty of links available. In the next day or two, there will be a new SDK section on the Clickteam.com website where you can download the F2.5 SDK's.
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    nice, will there be a decent description of how to use them and/or tutorials? I have tried a little bit to make an extension too, but it's pretty complicated. I got mine to show up with actions and conditions, but running the application just made it crash.

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    Thanks for your answers !
    As you adviced me, I started to develop an extension. Unfortunately, I didn't understood the help (in MMF2 SDK for windows). Does anybody would like to give me an example of source code of a simple extension ? I don't need graphical features, I just want to make some calulations with integrer inputed with the mmf input box .

    Tahnks !

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