[BioCocoa-dev] NEW VERSION

Alexander Griekspoor mek at mekentosj.com
Tue Sep 21 16:11:33 EDT 2004

> You should see how much code I added - it's well worth a momentary 
> hiccup.

There was not a doubt in my mind that thought otherwise John! I only 
thought the damage was worse  because of the way you described it, 
sorry for being so picky.... Having messed around with CVS doesn't make 
you particularly happy after a few hours ;-)
Keep up the good work!

Op 21-sep-04 om 21:44 heeft John Timmer het volgende geschreven:

> Alex -
> Calm down, it's not so bad (mostly because I did read the emails).  I 
> didn't
> add files in any places they shouldn't.  I simply over-wrote the new 
> #import
> statements.  They still exist in the previous revision, and getting 
> them
> back is as simple as comparing the current and previous versions in
> FileMerge and carefully choosing the two versions.  I finished up about
> three classes while waiting on hold.  I'll be done in a half hour or 
> so.
> John
>> grrr. some people just don't read the lines even if you make them 
>> bold,
>> size 24pts....
>> ok, try to fix the stuff, and for gods sake take a good look at the 
>> new
>> folder hierarchy both in the CVS and the XCode project!
>> And again folks as we have some spare folders around, use the prune
>> option when doing a fresh checkout.
>> I'll send you a zip file containing the project as it should be before
>> you checked in for comparison.
>> Great to hear of the BCSequenceCodon stuff now being fully functional!
>>  From my side I have good and bad news as well, our website that I 
>> have
>> been working on for many weeks already is nearing completion, and I
>> hope to finish it this weekend, after which I will focus on BioCocoa
>> more. Unfortunately, that means that the empty BCSymbolSet and
>> BCScanner will stay empty for another week or so. But it's first on 
>> the
>> list.
>> OK, to prevent these things from happening in the future, let us all
>> first finish reading the emails that have been sent to the mailinglist
>> after returning from a break-away period before committing any 
>> personal
>> changes made in the meantime.
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