[of-dev] github cleanup

Max Hawkins maxhawkins at gmail.com
Thu Apr 21 13:29:33 PDT 2011


+1

I would definitely be willing to help with this. There are some great opportunities to make addons easier to use by using cmake submodules.

-Max

On Apr 21, 2011, at 4:27 PM, Joshua Noble wrote:

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> Someone already started with a base cmake file here: https://github.com/dopuskh3/openFrameworks-renamed but it doesn't look like he's been keeping it up lately. Still though, could be something to work from.
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> On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 12:56 PM, Zachary Lieberman <zach at eyebeam.org> wrote:
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> I agree, it's getting painfully messy.  I think CMAKE or some other alternative might be a good option.   I don't have alot of experience with those systems, but maintaing these project files is a huge pain that could be replaced by something automated, and if it's smart, we just have to alter some rule set and re-export new project files. 
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> On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 3:51 PM, Theodore Watson <theo at openframeworks.cc> wrote:
> totally!
> having to update all these project files is getting really painful :) 
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>> If we have a script to generate the project files, could we share this with people? with every major OF update, when the project files change, its quite a pain to go through each of my project and re-copy the emptyexample and add all my extra source and addons.
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> yeah I think so. 
> its definitely easier though to do it for known projects like core examples.
> projects with a bunch of addons and different include path needs could be more tricky. 
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> overall though having less non-crucial files in git would make things easier for a dev/maintenance standpoint. 
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> On 21 Apr 2011, at 15:27, Memo Akten wrote:
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>> it's getting quite hard to maintain so many projects :)
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>> I think it makes complete sense, thats what i do for testing the various different msalibs (I have one project, and i just drag in the different demo src folders).
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>> If we have a script to generate the project files, could we share this with people? with every major OF update, when the project files change, its quite a pain to go through each of my project and re-copy the emptyexample and add all my extra source and addons.
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>> On 21 April 2011 20:07, Theodore Watson <theo at openframeworks.cc> wrote:
>> How would people feel about removing all xcode/vs/cb projects from the examples folders on github, just leaving data and src/ for each project?
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>> We would then have one (or a couple) of testbed projects whose purpose would be used to work on bugs and to make sure new code didn't break current behaviour.
>> We would also include a script to auto-create the projects for the examples.
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>> Also what do people feel about devApps?
>> It is rather handy but maybe after 007 it would be good to keep this out of the main OF repository and instead have it be something that people can keep in their own repos?
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