The bresenham's version just look terrible and feels laggy while the floating point version is much smoother. So why do we read everywhere that "integer" versions are preferred? The integer version is maybe faster but horrible when it comes to animating a moving shape. So the question is: should I use floating point version or bresenham's version in my little toy rasterizer?
Here's a more real world example:
So what which version is the correct one? The floating point looks wobbly but smoother than Bresenham. Should I stick with Bresenham integer or use a floating point version smoother (or even a fixed point version)?