[haiku-appserver] Re: private development

  • From: "Mikael Jansson (mailing lists)" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-appserver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 09:40:22 +0100 CET

> > look in the Jamfile for the painter test (src/tests/servers/app/
> > painter), I think you will find everything you need. The painter 
> > test 
> > does not use any of the cppunit stuff.
> I actually have put together a BeIDE project which works quite well 
> in 
> testing the BApplication cursor API. I'll see if I can bang out a 
> jamfile to build the thing as a regular test or something and check 
> it 
> into the tree to give you an example to work with. Worst case, I'll 
> send you the project file and the other sources sitting in the 
> project 
> directory privately. HTH
Sorry for interfering..

But wasn't "private development" described in the last newsletter by 
Axel?  IIRC, the idea was to have for each user a private directory (a 
sandbox, if you like) where he or she could work on things not yet 
suitable for inclusion in the main tree.

While this still indeed is private development, at least users could 
share source more readily than now -- just tell where in their "home 
area" they've got their things.

Just a thought.

Mikael Jansson

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