The wiki is a good resource for getting acquainted with the Player/Stage project, although not all topics are updated as frequently as others. The Windows page, however, is up to date and helpful for getting started developing on Windows using Visual Studio. http://playerstage.sourceforge.net/wiki/Windows. It helped me, admit-ably not familiar with developing in VS to get started. From there, searching through the playerstage-users list on Nabble provided the some supplemental information I needed when I ran into some trouble; however, it seems that the most recent player revision in subversion should include a number of windows patches.

Other obvious resources include the Getting Started, Getting Help, and Roadmap pages on the wiki, just to name a few.


On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 7:00 AM, Mohammed Rashad <rashadkm@yahoo.com> wrote:
Hi developers ,

I am planning to contribute something to playerstage project. Firstly, I thought to manage playerstage wiki & manuals.
But dont know where to start. I am good with c++ and python and have a strong background of building gui.
secondly I will work on porting playerstage to other platforms windows. May I know anybody is working on windows porting.
Is there a playerstage installation for windows without cygwin support?



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