From: Oskar Lindmayr <j.mayrbaeurl@ya...> - 2009-10-31 11:16:01
Can anyone contribute OpenSMUS startup scripts for Windows and Unix. I want to add Maven based distribution builds to OpenSMUS.
And for testing purposes I'm looking for source the emualtes a client. Any ideas?
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 9:15 AM, Oskar Lindmayr <j.mayrbaeurl@...> wrote:
> Can anyone contribute OpenSMUS startup scripts for Windows and Unix. I want to add Maven based distribution builds to OpenSMUS.
> And for testing purposes I'm looking for source the emualtes a client. Any ideas?
I normally use the Java Service Wrapper from Tanuki to launch and
control OpenSMUS, are you familiar with it? I think it is a good way
to support many platforms and integrate with some distros.
As for an emulated client, I do not think one exists. I have some test
movies made in Director, however.
From: Robert Wahlstedt <rob@ma...> - 2009-10-31 13:19:52
On Oct 31, 2009, at 12:15 , Oskar Lindmayr wrote:
> And for testing purposes I'm looking for source the emualtes a
> client. Any ideas?
I've been thinking of a client library as a subproject to OpenSMUS...
Now that there's unit testing it would actually be useful and it would
also open up support for non-Director based clients in the future.
I don't think it would be too hard to create since the support for
server-side scripts is already there, a Java program can already
create and manipulate all of the Lingo datatypes.
I did start to add some more functionality to the various LValues a
while back while I was optimizing the data storage. E.g. LDate now
instantiates with the current date as default and can be converted
back into a Java Date object etc.
The only thing missing from a client library is code to connect and
talk to a server, the data manipulation part we already have. :)