Yes, I would agree with splitting it off into its own project. Leave
CDRDAO as its own app. I for one don't currently do X and would not
want to be required to have GTK and all that stuff installed just to
compile newer versions of cdrdao. The zinf audio player is getting
that way and is not a good thing.
On Mon, Feb 09, 2004 at 11:55:57AM -0800, Denis Leroy wrote:
> Ok, i'll do what you requested.
> Another option we might want to consider is to spin off gcdmaster - and
> gcdmaster only - into its own project. cdrdao would remain as it is
> now, with an occasional patch request, and gcdmaster would either rely
> on a pre-installed cdrdao or link straight with an included version of
> libdao.a. The only advanatage i can think of this scenario would be to
> give gcdmaster a little bit more exposure (?).
> Just an idea, i don't have a strong opinion honestly.
> --- Manuel Clos <llanero@...> wrote:
> > Ok, meanwhile we try to know what happened to Andreas, I think we can
> > go
> > this way:
> > 1) Tag the current HEAD as "1.1.7-Andreas" or something
> > 2) Merge Denis work into HEAD (both gcdmaster and cdrdao patches)
> > 3) Then, tag HEAD as 1.1.8 and release (we should be tagging releases
> > in
> > the past)
> > 4) Continue devel on HEAD (big changes on branches, as always)
> > Denis, can you take care of this all?
> > I just would like that patches that apply outside the xdao dir are
> > sent
> > first to the list. Denis, can you resend to the list the patches you
> > sent to Andreas about cdrdao, before you merge them? This way
> > Giuseppe
> > will be able to take a look.
> > We need a to explain it all a bit in the release notes.
> > See you.
> > Giuseppe Corbelli wrote:
> > > On Thu, Feb 05, 2004 at 12:09:41PM -0800, Denis Leroy wrote:
> > >
> > >>It would be nice if an executive decision were made regarding this
> > >>issue, since i've spent a fair amount of work on the gnome2 branch
> > and
> > >>it'd be sad if it was all for naught. Manuel, can you take over the
> > >>project completely ? Or can we release from the gnome2 branch ? Or
> > spin
> > >>off the project ? It will be difficult to make major changes to the
> > >>libdao.a layer without having an in-house SCSI specialist (which
> > i'm
> > >>not), but certainly minor patches should be ok, and we can then
> > >>concentrate on new featurse to trackdb and gcdmaster.
> > >>
> > >>Opinions ?
> > >
> > > I would suggest that Manuel starts to commit the changes. If he
> > doesn't
> > > development is stopped. I have some little knowledge in SCSI
> > programming and
> > > may be of some help.
> > --
> > Manuel Clos
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