[Biococoa-dev] Re: New goodies - BCStandaloneReader

Peter Schols info at orbicule.com
Fri Mar 3 16:50:31 EST 2006

Hi Charles,

Thanks for your support and enthusiasm! (although I would have been  
glad to send you a free license key -- I just did not want to post a  
key on the list as everyone will be able to see it in the archives).
I'll make sure not to forget the "living the life" post within a few  
months... ;-)

I fully agree with your idea to have a separate branch for Alex's  
code. It is very important indeed for a user of the framework to have  
a stable version while we work on the more 'experimental' stuff ;-)

best wishes,


On 03 Mar 2006, at 22:27, Charles Parnot wrote:

> Peter, nice to hear from you! Your new endeavour seems really  
> exciting. Probably scary too. I am looking forward to your "living  
> the life" post in a few months from now ;-)
> Undercover looks like a great idea. I got myself a copy to support  
> your new venture... and, uh, well, because I want to use it!
> Btw, thanks for the link on your blog, next to the big stars like  
> Wil Shipley and Mekentosj.
> Now, regarding BioCocoa, I have just one comment about the  
> inclusion of Alex's code on the svn repository. Svn is really very  
> nice for tags and branches, like you say. So I think it is very  
> important that we add a tag with the version of Alex, used in real- 
> life applications, as this should be an official release with a  
> number, e.g. 1.5 (if 1.0 was the initial release... not sure?). We  
> could even start a branch on it if more bugs are fixed later on  
> this first version. I am proposing this, because it is always a  
> good idea to have some stable official release, that people can  
> rely on, and that we can go back to for testing.
> cheers,
> charles
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