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 Post subject: Project : Tailbite for Linux
PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 1:06 pm 
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Hi all,

One month ago, I contacted ABBKlaus because I worked on source code of tailbite. With his big help, we reorganized and modified the source code for removing a maximum of Win32 Api, and preparing the source code package for Linux.

The goal of this project is "Using one source code for compiling Tailbite and userlibs on Linux & Windows, API excluded".

So for beginning,
    - Who is really interested by the project ?
    o lexvictory, Mistrel, ts-soft
    - Who is interested for really helping to convert API ?
    o Mistrel
    - Who is interested for really working on conversion ?
    o lexvictory, Mistrel
    - Who is interested for testing ?
    o lexvictory, Mistrel, ts-soft


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> - Who is really interested by the project ?
I am
> - Who is interested for testing ?
I am

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Noone is interested for helping me in coding ?


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Progi1984 wrote:
Noone is interested for helping me in coding ?


You should ask who has enough time for it. :wink:

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The advantage of "helping in coding this project" is :
- Not a full time project : you can help an hour a week, ten an another...
- A Project End Date in five months which let us the time to work on it

This project is for helping Linux PB users to share more their userlibs, like under Windows. Do some maths : count Windows userlibs and Linux userlibs. You see a small difference :wink:


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If I knew ASM I would be more than happy to help. This kind of a project is beyond my experience.


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Walker already done TailByte for linux, or i miss something ?


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Fred wrote:
Walker already done TailByte for linux, or i miss something ?


Yes, I was the first, then walker and now he, but he wants one source for tailbite under windows and linux. At the moment the sourcecodes for the tailbite versions are separated.

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I think it's a good idea... and it's why i try to unify all goodwills for this project.

DarkDragon and walker, you which have began this project, your help and knowledge will be very interesting.


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... I'm willing to help as much I can... but I have very very rare time at present.... (maybe this is better in 2-3 month) :cry:

Tailbite for Linux was working perfectly till version 4.20 beta 1.... from beta 2 on (and at least the final) it isn't working any more... I have spent some hours to find the problem... but I'm not very good in ASM :roll: (and I guess there is the problem the compiler produces a different code)... anyway

The Idea one source for both OS is a very good one... for the start I can add the Linux sources (based on the code of DD) 8)
How will this project be organized? via SVN or similar?

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Thank you for your answer...

walker wrote:
... I'm willing to help as much I can... but I have very very rare time at present.... (maybe this is better in 2-3 month) :cry:

The time is not a gift.

walker wrote:
Tailbite for Linux was working perfectly till version 4.20 beta 1.... from beta 2 on (and at least the final) it isn't working any more... I have spent some hours to find the problem... but I'm not very good in ASM :roll: (and I guess there is the problem the compiler produces a different code)... anyway

For the ASM problem, is it the same problem that ABBKlaus has solved ?
Here : http://www.purebasic.fr/english/viewtopic.php?t=32510

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The Idea one source for both OS is a very good one... for the start I can add the Linux sources (based on the code of DD) 8)
How will this project be organized? via SVN or similar?

Yes, I think too. May be in a far future, a Tailbite for MacOS :p But one project at time ! For the organization, actually, ABBKlaus centralize all code. But a SVN (GoogleCode) will be a good idea. Managed by ABBklaus, which would decide of project contributors.

Code question :
Is Userlibs Internal Organization the same on Windows & Linux ?


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Before the Tail Bite source of the Linux version will be enlarged, parsing
should first be changed by the use of RegEx, it would be much safer and
faster

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ts-soft wrote:
Before the Tail Bite source of the Linux version will be enlarged, parsing
should first be changed by the use of RegEx, it would be much safer and
faster

greetings
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It's a good idea and can be added at the todo list.


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 Post subject: Re: Project : Tailbite for Linux
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Progi1984 wrote:
Who is interested for really helping to convert API ?


i could try help with that, but i dont usually use much linux api

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I would be interested in helping to convert source, testing, and removing API. :)

Are there any plans for source control?


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