Marcus Hettlage wrote:
> Hi Toomas,
> I think I've reached a point of developement where I can give the
> source back to the public.
> I'd like to send it to you and you should put it back into the CVS.
I think that it's good for you to install some kind of wincvs software
and commit them yourself. It's good because so we (and others) can start
codevloping at the same time. I have installed tortoisecvs programm and
it's really simple and straightforward to configure and use. Or if you
are against this idea i will of course put files to cvs myself.
> There are still some points that have to be done:
> 1. Splashscreen needs updated copyright, etc.
I will do them
> 2. About-dialog needs updated copyright, etc.
> 3. You should update the version.txt file on your server: you now have
> to use the complete version-number, i.e. "22.214.171.1243"
At the moment this files is in http://www.postimees.ee but we should change
code to get this file from feedreader.sourceforge.com/version.txt for
> 4. bug fixing: there are still some exceptions occurring if you run it
> inside the IDE that I haven't yet fixed
> 5. we should change the internal data-handling to use objects and
> collections instead of records and arrays, that makes a lot of things
> easier and
> reduces unnecessary copying of data and removes some memory-leaks that
> are present in the code
These datastructures are new to me. So maybe you can start the process
and i can of course go on myself, if i know how to do it.
> 6. some forms still access the mainwindow directly, this should be
> changed to a controlling mechanism that is initaited from the mainform
> 7. new features ?
I guess, let's put this version up to sourceforge as download (binaries
and install) and then start implementing new features. At the moment
there is no download files and that drives people away from our project.
> What about the co-branding and releasing in general?
> I think we should offer a binary distribution with a setup that
> displays the license, etc.
> This looks much better than just the binary, which could be offered as
> And I still think in an installation should the translation files be
I think, that's ok. Where's the source? ;)
> What do you think?