AW: [PD] pd-max compatibility
mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Fri Apr 26 18:16:56 CEST 2002
i dunno if this is relevfant or not, but yes, I keep "my copy" of the
sources on a linux machine and rely on scripts to zap them over to Windows
when I need to compile&test there -- ditto for irix; for linux I actually
just download the source tarball and compile like anyone else would.
One thing I'm confused about is how to deal with my one directory that
contains sources, compiled objects, and all my related scripts for moving
things around, testing then, etc. So far I haven't taken the time to organize
them in a way that would support moving the sources to a repository.
Another source of anxiety for me is that I don't know (and would have to learn)
what a good policy would be for maintaining reliability when multiple people
are checking code in and out. I believe the best way is to have an exhaustive
test suite, but building that would take a huge chunk of time!
On Fri, Apr 26, 2002 at 04:52:52PM +0100, david casal wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Apr 2002, [X-UNKNOWN] günter geiger wrote:
> > Looks pretty interesting. From reading the description, what I understand
> > is that it forces people to do the source managment in
> > a structured way. This is one thing that programmers using CVS have to
> > learn first.
> That's the case AFAIK.
> > As a big drawback I consider the fact that they say their Windows support
> > is weak, and as pd externals are windows too..
> Indeed. Exclusion is not really the way forward. Though actually (someone
> correct me here if I'm wrong), development of PD's main code is never done
> on a windoze platform, just tested on one. It would still affect externals
> development, though, you're right...
> > Another point contra aegis, we have to run our own server and can't use
> > sourceforge for aegis.
> I would strongly volunteer to run Aegis on UEA labs, but I see your point.
> Oh well.
> david casal --0+
> d.casal at uea.ac.uk --9+
> www.ariada.uea.ac.uk/~dcasal --)+
More information about the Pd-list