David Neary wrote:
I wasnt clear on this. Wasnt realy refering to CVS as in the tool. Just
that they can get the latest source code and compile.
A lot of people use Linux and it shouldent be a problem, but if somebody
is used to MSVS6 on Win32, it might take a while to get it working. (not
sure of the gimps build files on win32, only ever used linux)
Michael Schumacher said:
1. They must be able to compile the software (a few students ended
loosing time by not having a propper dev environment)
They must be able to build current CVS.
This should not be a prerequisite. Someone who knows the details of
compiling software can learn how to build from CVS in a couple of days
(for info: I say a couple of days because there are *lots* of
prerequisites, and because using CVS itself is not obvious for someone
who has never done so). Don't set the bar too high.
A doc wiki on how to get the latest gtk/gimp etc compiling on win32
would be usefull.
I wrote up this doc for win32 blender users on howto, download, install
dev tools and build the gimp as well as debugging with Mingw.
This would have definetly saved time for GSOC since people had trouble
with blender builds under win32 (theres about 5 different build methods,
and not all are well maintained)
Does the gimp have somting similar?
Wouldent mind compiling the gimp for my laptop under win32 even :)
PS- Heared your lug radio interview not so long ago, nice work with the
Libre Graphics meeting.
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