[Haskell-cafe] Re: [wxhaskell-users] FW: Reviving wxHaskell
Eric Y. Kow
eric.kow at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 17:03:46 EDT 2006
On Tue, Aug 01, 2006 at 13:03:52 -0700, Daan Leijen wrote:
> One potential challenge is to find a group of testers that are
> willing to help compiling wxHaskell on different target systems:
> Windows, MacOS X, and Unix/GTK variations.
I volunteer to help test on MacOS X
> I am happy to give volunteers administrator privileges on the
> sourceforge site and help out with the initial transition and building
> the initial new release (which is generally a lot of careful work in
> compiling and packaging correctly).
Why don't we make the switch to darcs while we're at it? Revision
control may be the least of our worries, but I think that darcs would
have been helpful specifically for our case (multiple
revisions of my Unicode patch, Shelarcy's patches for Windows stuff,
Mac Makefile stuff, the new DB-related issues).
Keeping track of patch-on-patch-on-patch has gottten to be tricky.
Having a truly patch-oriented system would
1. make it easier for outsiders to submit modifications
2. make us more resistant to the busy-ness of our project leaders
So, should we go ahead and do this?
Would hackage be the place to host this?
How do we go about getting something set up on hackage?
I really don't mean to evangelise, but I was just getting sick of
keeping track of patches by hand.
Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow
PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon français.
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