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Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

singmajesty
Hi,

I don't mean to upset anyone, but maybe there are better ways to benefit  
the Haxe community?


  1.) Help port the latest Away3D builds to Haxe

  2.) Help implement a native OpenGL ES implementation of Away3D for mobile  
performance

  3.) Port the latest version of Box2D

  4.) Implement parsers for tools like the Tiled map editor

  5.) Create more externs to support Javascript frameworks with code  
completion

  6.) Create more bitmap filters for use with NME

  7.) Submit patches for improved iOS, webOS, Android, Windows, Mac or  
Linux support in NME


There are many other things we could probably also create. Let's just be  
friends, then find ways to build the libraries that surround Haxe in order  
to create a great community and great resources for developers.

Have a great day!

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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

Jason O'Neil

+1

:)

...

Sent from my phone, so apologies for any typos...

On Sep 2, 2011 4:11 AM, "Joshua Granick" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I don't mean to upset anyone, but maybe there are better ways to benefit
> the Haxe community?
>
>
> 1.) Help port the latest Away3D builds to Haxe
>
> 2.) Help implement a native OpenGL ES implementation of Away3D for mobile
> performance
>
> 3.) Port the latest version of Box2D
>
> 4.) Implement parsers for tools like the Tiled map editor
>
> 5.) Create more externs to support Javascript frameworks with code
> completion
>
> 6.) Create more bitmap filters for use with NME
>
> 7.) Submit patches for improved iOS, webOS, Android, Windows, Mac or
> Linux support in NME
>
>
> There are many other things we could probably also create. Let's just be
> friends, then find ways to build the libraries that surround Haxe in order
> to create a great community and great resources for developers.
>
> Have a great day!
>
> --
> haXe - an open source web programming language
> http://haxe.org

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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

rammserker
This is the way! I think the same, we have to put our efforts in the platform (haXe) itself, not in how we manage it development. The revision system will be upgrade sometime, but we need to upgrade the platform first.

+1

Max
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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

Cauê W.
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Couldn't agree more!

Le jeudi 1 septembre 2011, Joshua Granick <[hidden email]> a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I don't mean to upset anyone, but maybe there are better ways to benefit the Haxe community?
>
>
>  1.) Help port the latest Away3D builds to Haxe
>
>  2.) Help implement a native OpenGL ES implementation of Away3D for mobile performance
>
>  3.) Port the latest version of Box2D
>
>  4.) Implement parsers for tools like the Tiled map editor
>
>  5.) Create more externs to support Javascript frameworks with code completion
>
>  6.) Create more bitmap filters for use with NME
>
>  7.) Submit patches for improved iOS, webOS, Android, Windows, Mac or Linux support in NME
>
>
> There are many other things we could probably also create. Let's just be friends, then find ways to build the libraries that surround Haxe in order to create a great community and great resources for developers.
>
> Have a great day!
>
> --
> haXe - an open source web programming language
> http://haxe.org
>
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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

Viktor Hesselbom-2
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+1

2011/9/1 Joshua Granick <[hidden email]>
Hi,

I don't mean to upset anyone, but maybe there are better ways to benefit the Haxe community?


 1.) Help port the latest Away3D builds to Haxe

 2.) Help implement a native OpenGL ES implementation of Away3D for mobile performance

 3.) Port the latest version of Box2D

 4.) Implement parsers for tools like the Tiled map editor

 5.) Create more externs to support Javascript frameworks with code completion

 6.) Create more bitmap filters for use with NME

 7.) Submit patches for improved iOS, webOS, Android, Windows, Mac or Linux support in NME


There are many other things we could probably also create. Let's just be friends, then find ways to build the libraries that surround Haxe in order to create a great community and great resources for developers.

Have a great day!

--
haXe - an open source web programming language
http://haxe.org


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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

sledorze
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It can't be more in line with the actual reality..

Suppose I wanted to share a modification I've done on an HxSL compiler with some others, on a fork, while we iterate over a new API..
That's currently the situation and such situations are painful and could kill motivation.
As fast, smart as Nicolas can be, and as the community grows, he is becoming the bottleneck and there's no place for trials.
Indeed, actual workflows prevent iterating on librairies / compilers while geeting advantages of new features / fixes.

We should not underestimate the impact of good collaborative tools..

And, I agree with you; +1 for working on useful librairies!

Stephane
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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

sledorze
Oh.. I Forgot the Smiley:
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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

Raoul Duke
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anybody who wants to have easier GIT-based branching can use svn-git /
git-svn tools to provide a GIT view of things, no?

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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

sledorze
oh.. did not know about that (Thanks!)..
However; if it solves the problem locally, it's not collaborative for one cent..
If I do that, I have to sync manually and create a new repo on github; nobody would know about it, as there's not all the wonderful github infrastructure with links helping everyone sharing their repos and synching between them..

Remember; more than SVN/GIT; it's about collaborative tools for collaborative work..

Anyway.. recall me the time programmers did not want to trade thier asm for c...
Time will pass.. people will recycle their ideas..

Keep the awesome work! ;)

Stephane


On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 10:26 PM, Raoul Duke [via Haxe] <[hidden email]> wrote:
anybody who wants to have easier GIT-based branching can use svn-git /
git-svn tools to provide a GIT view of things, no?

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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

Raoul Duke
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 1:57 PM, sledorze <[hidden email]> wrote:
> oh.. did not know about that (Thanks!)..
> However; if it solves the problem locally, it's not collaborative for one
> cent..

i'm gonna guess you can host the adapter on some free or paid for
service somewhere on earth.

otherwise you can always just run git-daemon on your own machine to
share your view.

you gotta learn git.

(there are many ways in which i HATE it, but still, you gotta learn
git or hg or darcs or something other than svn, hell even just learn
about SVK... :-)

sincerely.

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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

Alex Liebert
i'm not going to commit anything unless we move to CVS.  or perforce.

On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 4:06 PM, Raoul Duke <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 1:57 PM, sledorze <[hidden email]> wrote:
> oh.. did not know about that (Thanks!)..
> However; if it solves the problem locally, it's not collaborative for one
> cent..

i'm gonna guess you can host the adapter on some free or paid for
service somewhere on earth.

otherwise you can always just run git-daemon on your own machine to
share your view.

you gotta learn git.

(there are many ways in which i HATE it, but still, you gotta learn
git or hg or darcs or something other than svn, hell even just learn
about SVK... :-)

sincerely.

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Re: Instead of arguing over GIT and SVN

sledorze
So shocking it can only be a joke :) Lol..

On Sat, Sep 3, 2011 at 3:16 AM, Alex Liebert [via Haxe] <[hidden email]> wrote:
i'm not going to commit anything unless we move to CVS.  or perforce.


On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 4:06 PM, Raoul Duke <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 1:57 PM, sledorze <[hidden email]> wrote:
> oh.. did not know about that (Thanks!)..
> However; if it solves the problem locally, it's not collaborative for one
> cent..

i'm gonna guess you can host the adapter on some free or paid for
service somewhere on earth.

otherwise you can always just run git-daemon on your own machine to
share your view.

you gotta learn git.

(there are many ways in which i HATE it, but still, you gotta learn
git or hg or darcs or something other than svn, hell even just learn
about SVK... :-)

sincerely.

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sledorze
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I've used professionnally on teams of 3-50 developpers:

- Sourcesafe.
- CVS.
- Perforce.
- SVN.
- Mercurial.
- Git.

There's really nothing hard into learning Mercurial or Git.. just need you to grab the underlying philosophy.

I take for granted that everybody here against DVCS have just not tried them on a real collaborative, distributed project, and that, by sticking to that position, I am not more opinionated than them.. (even not talking about services leveraging those into online collaborative systems).

I'm a Darwinist; so I'll try to remain quiet about that while evolution does its job.. ;)

Stephane


On Sat, Sep 3, 2011 at 1:08 AM, Raoul Duke [via Haxe] <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 1:57 PM, sledorze <[hidden email]> wrote:
> oh.. did not know about that (Thanks!)..
> However; if it solves the problem locally, it's not collaborative for one
> cent..

i'm gonna guess you can host the adapter on some free or paid for
service somewhere on earth.

otherwise you can always just run git-daemon on your own machine to
share your view.

you gotta learn git.

(there are many ways in which i HATE it, but still, you gotta learn
git or hg or darcs or something other than svn, hell even just learn
about SVK... :-)

sincerely.

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