[Portland] Repository needed
l.lunak at suse.cz
Thu Mar 2 15:03:06 EET 2006
On Thursday 02 March 2006 12:22, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Thursday 02 March 2006 01:55, Lubos Lunak wrote:
> > Ok, my code is in /cvs/portland/dapi . It's not the original tarball
> > posted, I've already done changes like separating the kde code to a kde/
> > subdir (the generator is still there though, but I've simply committed
> > the generated files too). File BUILD has build instructions. I've also
> > done some internal and API changes, it's now possible to e.g. have async
> > replies while doing a sync call. I'll post an update on this here but now
> > I need to get some sleep ;).
> Builds fine after I made this change:
> Index: configure.ac
I just copied most of that from somewhere, feel free to fix in CVS.
> > If somebody wants to create gnome/xfce/whatever subdir there and is able
> > to figure out everything necessary themselves :), go ahead.
> Shouldn't the "gen" directory be part of lib or generic?
> If every daemon keeps its own gen.txt they are likely to get out of sync.
Well yes, that's the theory. It's just that theory and reality conflict a bit
here right now :).
Actually strictly speaking none of that needs to be shared, if the definite
specification is in API.txt then it could be possible to have everything for
generation separated for every binding/daemon/whatever. And since eventually
the KDE daemon should become part of KDE and the same for others this is
likely to happen.
It would be nice to share this if possible, but I'm not sure if it'd be worth
it. Specific bindings/daemons might need their specific support. But I
wouldn't mind the current generator being replaced by something using C++ STL
instead of the few Qt classes that I used because I did, or even something
let's say Python-based.
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