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Re: [sc-dev] its time for a User library
Would someone be willing to point us towards their favourite "Using
SVN for people who know CVS" guide?
>From vague googling it looks like the basic commands are roughly the
same. This guide makes the two seem almost identical:
2006/2/28, crucial felix <felix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> gems have an easy installation:
> gem install somelibrary
> which would simply check if it exists already
> else does
> svn co http://sourceforge.net/svn/sc-userlib/tb/classes/somelibrary
> so that you can tell anybody to get SuperCollider and then install
> your library/application via this simple command.
> (they would have to have svn installed which is easy)
> and they won't have to checkout the entire user library. it should
> be allowed to grow freely.
> people should be able to check out specific packages easily
> gem has a gemfile (which is ruby code) which specifies the version,
> dependencies and details for the gem
> (a package)
> we could call it a quark or some other hip sub-particle name.
> and then copy the gemfile format
> we needn't bother implementing version checking and all that until
> someone needed it.
> just basic package name and dependencies
> On Feb 28, 2006, at 3:22 PM, Till Bovermann wrote:
> > This would be of _very_much_ interest for me/us...
> > Anyone Ideas about this?
> > till
> > On 28 Feb 2006, at 11:31, Julian Rohrhuber wrote:
> >> Is there a way to implement some kind of #include for libraries in
> >> sc?
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