I've wanted to learn (more) C for a while and @neauoire's growing collection of small SDL based tools gave me the final push.

Not exactly what I was going for but still pretty

Always remember to rename variables everywhere they are used...

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Implemented a drag-and-drop rule editor, similar to the one in "Desert of the Real".

Here I'm dragging patterns and references to rules from the top menu into slots of the first rules.

Each rule has slots for each quadrant and one fallback pattern (on the left) that's used when the squares get too small.

Found and imported bitmap files of all the default fill patterns in HyperCard

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The remaining space on the left had the perfect size to fit in four more rules and now there are hotkeys to invert the colors and to change the rendering resolution.

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@neauoire I couldn't have done it without your code as a starting point, especially the drag-and-drop part.

You can clone it from git.sr.ht/~l3kn/quad and run it with `make`

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