[Flightgear-devel] Header cleanups (was Re: windows.h)

2008-07-28 Thread James Turner
On 28 Jul 2008, at 02:39, Tim Moore wrote: I'm not sure what's going on in your example, as foo needs to be defined somewhere in order for wibble to inherit from it. Otherwise there's serious bug there. If we're requiring a never MSVC than that, I believe we're fine. And perhaps you

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [Flightgear-users] Traffic Manager II

2008-07-28 Thread Greg Hawkes
Durk Talsma wrote: So what is traffic manager II? Well the main difference is that it will become a lot easier for users to develop their own traffic. Instead of going through a complicated procedure of compiling a sequence of flights into an xml file, the new version just requires a plain

[Flightgear-devel] Project tracking

2008-07-28 Thread James Turner
(here's a can of worms, please forgive any erroneous assumptions I'm making) As someone new coming to FG, it's pretty tricky to get a handle on what's going on, what's being worked on, what needs fixed and so on. Of course this is an issue for all software projects, and there's different

Re: [Flightgear-devel] windows.h

2008-07-28 Thread Durk Talsma
On Sunday 27 July 2008 21:24, James Turner wrote: Incidentally, a minor rant - even in the past week, I've seen the 'XXX is being worked on, person YYY has lots of changes which they haven't committed for arbitrary (justifiable) reason ZZZ'. I'd like to get involved in hacking on some actual

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [Flightgear-users] Traffic Manager II

2008-07-28 Thread Martin Spott
Greg Hawkes wrote: One solution to this problem is to create a shared database of every (well, every /regularly scheduled/) flight everywhere in the world. This idea is similar to FlightGear's world scenery database. That project claims to aim for world domination, so why not have the same

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [Flightgear-users] Traffic Manager II

2008-07-28 Thread Jon Stockill
Martin Spott wrote: Greg Hawkes wrote: One solution to this problem is to create a shared database of every (well, every /regularly scheduled/) flight everywhere in the world. This idea is similar to FlightGear's world scenery database. That project claims to aim for world domination, so