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Post by Sull » 15 Dec 2004, 07:36

Hey Guys ive updated my website!

http://sull.homelinux.net

1-Added Chora ViewCVS applet
2-Doxygen documentation(updated each day)
3-using the mod_deflate modules to increase the download speed ;) (idea of kth5)
4-made a big clean in the cvs repository

i think thats all for the moment. and if there some ppl that want to be added to the dev-mailing-list just post yur email here

thx yu
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 15 Dec 2004, 07:58

Woah I like your style in making websites: it's simple and efficient :lol:
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Post by Bjørn » 15 Dec 2004, 16:39

Great, I like the new doxygen! I see it's pretty much a mess still, it'll be good to apply some consistent doxygen compliant commenting to our sources indeed.
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 15 Dec 2004, 16:47

:roll: For sure we need a whole week dedicated to cleaning and commenting the code, but this should be worth the effort.
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Post by Bjørn » 16 Dec 2004, 00:43

My point is more that we should be cleaning/commenting the code for the rest of the lifetime of this project. But indeed, there is some catch upping to do. :-)
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Post by maci » 16 Dec 2004, 10:12

i am with Bjorn

well.. i took a look at some of the source files...
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Post by SimEdw » 16 Dec 2004, 19:27

If it was hard to make it should be hard to read :P
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Post by T7g » 18 Dec 2004, 08:21

but technically it's not that hard to make and I find when coding, the harder it is, the more you comment your code so you can keep tabs on where your brain was at the beginning, middle, and end of a routine.
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 18 Dec 2004, 09:05

Well my idea was to have some time to clean the actual code, not to use only a week to clean the code for the rest of the life of this project. Anyway I should report what my software engineering teachers says: "comments should be avoided bacause code should be enough clear, if you need to add a comment or its a particular issue, or you did something wrong".

I won't say if I agree or not, because I don't wont to open a discussion on that, only reporting someone's ideas.
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Post by Sull » 24 Dec 2004, 12:30

making an system update my system will be close for a little time

thx yu
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Post by Sull » 10 Jan 2005, 23:20

hi guys,im switching the cvs to a better box,is it done but the viewcvs and chora applet didnt work right now,if there a problem with the cvs just post it here

thx yu ;)
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 11 Jan 2005, 10:48

It seems to be working.
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Post by Rotonen » 12 Jan 2005, 21:05

The mailing is not working at the moment..?
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 13 Jan 2005, 09:39

Nope CVS spam is not working at the moment. Sull please fix it soon, we miss it! :cry:
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Post by maci » 13 Jan 2005, 09:46

yeah i was wondering didnt got a cvs mail for long time
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