[haiku-appserver] Re: investigating some bugs - Rudolf have a look at this please

  • From: Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-appserver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 11:25:14 +0300

Axel Dörfler wrote:
> Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
>>Axel Dörfler wrote:
>>
>>>Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>
>>>>    About the update code... I would like you to stay aside. As I 
>>>>said,
>>>>this is next on my list and I'm pretty sure you can find other 
>>>>things 
>>>>to do.
>>>>
>>>>    Please, don't touch that code.
>>>
>>>How come?
>>>If you will get to it "in the next few weeks" (as you said earlier) 
>>>and 
>>>Stephan can do it next, why would you want to hold up development? 
>>>That 
>>>doesn't make any sense to me.
>>
>>      I does to me. I wrote the clipping and invalidate code and made 
>>update
>>code to _show something_ knowing that this is not always correct, not 
>>even talking
>>about optimal. Because the window manager was not ready, and I needed 
>>that for the
>>update code to be complete, I went to write that too. I did some big 
>>changes in
>>app_server when adding the new window manager, and I will be done 
>>shortly
>>(a week, 2 max) and then resume work at update code. I don't really 
>>see the point
>>Stephan getting in my way! There are other things to be done in 
>>app_server.
> 
> 
> It's not about Stephan getting in your way; he would probably be done 
> before you even get there. Anyway, this is a community effort, not a 
> competition; you should be thankful for quality help.

        Hm, you think I don't love the fact Stephan handled the instruction
clipping code? Boy, you don't know how happy I was when I saw fonts being
drawn on inside the window's clipping region.

        Sure this isn't a competition? But then, how is it that when I said
I will handle this a long time ago, you tell me: let Stephan do that he has
more time. Is that nice?!
        app_server will not be ready until it's totally ready, and for that
other things need to be done too.

> Just consider how long you needed to write the window manager code. How 
> long will it take you to write new update code given your time 
> constraints?

        The update code, is much easier. And I already have the building
blocks (window manager and clipping code).
        Doesn't matter if my time spent on app_server development is less
than Stephan's, I took a job and it would REALLY nice of you to let me finish
it as you see I'm actively working at it (update code needs window manager,
remember?)

>>      For you to be happy, let's change that into "the next couple 
>>weeks".
> 
> For me to be happy you'd say: "if he hasn't yet done it in 'the next 
> couple of weeks', I'll take over that job when I'm ready".

        That isn't nice as he would not want to give up its current progress.

> There is plenty of other stuff left for you to do as well.

        True, after the update code.
        BTW, I would like some help on the remaining BWindow/BView methods as
those are too many for me to finish them in reasonable time. Almost all those
remaining methods have some basic code written in them from there to start from,
all there's left to be done is to make them work.


Thanks,
Adi.


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