[haiku-3rdparty-dev] Re: Need help building Calendar
- From: scottmc <scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: haiku-3rdparty-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2018 12:20:04 -0800
Thank you. I have that working now. I'm now trying to get it going under
Paladin. I haven't used Paladin before. It looks like it ignores the
existing makefile. I'm used to that sort of behavior from using NetBeans.
I'm interested in using Paladin because of it's GUI for debugging, for
starters. Since I'm new here, let me ask, is this the sort of thing that
developers do? Is it easy to get an existing project, like Calendar, into
Regarding Paladin importing info from makefiles, it's on the new
Paladin maintainer's todo list:
He's made lots of improvements to Paladin in the past couple of
months. I believe,
We prefer to have a makefile in the repo as it make it easier to write
a recipe for it on Haikuports.
If you plan to work on any of the apps hosted on HaikuArchives, or
write recipes for HaikuPorts, here's the wiki page describing the
basic workflow, it's similar for both:
There's 300+ programs up on HaikuArchives now, https://github.com/haikuarchives
If you discover any bugs/issues with them, report on the respective
github page. Pull requests to fix open issues are welcome.
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