I don’t have any comments this week on coding suggestions. I have spent most of the time working on having my base unit tests execute and pass on the iPhone. It has been interesting, and it has proven that many of the decisions I made when making the engine have proven to be making my life fairly easy in getting this all to work. I already have a layer to support the current generation of consoles - so used to writing code that supports the three platforms it comes be a hard habit to break. Adding support for the iPhone (so far) as only required creating a few wrapper functions for some of the objective C functionality, stubbing out the vector library (pass all access to the scalar library), and implementing the bass OS platform functions. I have it at 90% pass rate right now, including all the threading tests. The lock less stuff worked pretty much right out of the box which was nice to see. I don’t have much of a take away on this one, other than correctly architected code should always be easy to support on new platforms - try not to make too many assumptions about the hardware platform or you could be in for a lot of pain when it comes to integrate the new platform into the code base. The other interesting aspect was that my life was as easy as it was because this version of the engine is Ansi-C, and I had integrated CMake into the build process so that creating new platform project/make files was handed off to that system. It worked out great - though there were a few local changes to cmake.exe I had to make for MSVC to setup everything the way that I wanted. I can’t wait to get the IO and rendering tests working now - it will be awesome to have a unit test running simultaneously on the iPhone, iPad, and my PC.