[Biococoa-dev] BioCocoa Applications
schristley at mac.com
Wed Sep 26 11:14:05 EDT 2007
I agree as well. The question though is how to set up the SVN
repository to support this properly. I'm more familiar with CVS than
SVN, I understand the concepts of branches and tags but it is not
clear to me how this works with SVN. I need to read up on this.
Preferably people should be able to SVN the BioCocoa core framework
without getting other stuff; likewise with the applications, they
should be able to SVN either all the applications or just specific
ones they are interested in. Any ideas on how to set up the
repository? Would the current repository need to be re-structured to
support separate applications?
Thinking with my CVS mind, I would consider making the repository
look something like this:
On Sep 24, 2007, at 5:53 PM, Charles Parnot wrote:
>> What do people think about creating a source repository with
>> community donated applications that use BioCocoa?
>> I'm thinking that having the BioCocoa library is great, but still
>> people are required to write their own applications on top of it.
>> Some could be sample applications, but I suspect that others would
>> be useful full-fledged apps that maybe focus on specific area of
>> analysis, etc. I certainly have some end-user oriented tools that
>> I would like to provide, but don't have anyplace to put them
>> except create a new project somewhere.
> I agree that there is nothing better than some real-world app using
> the framework, to get the framework in the best shape. A lot of
> design and optimizations in the framework will then be triggered by
> real issues in real apps, not just what we think could be better.
> These apps can also serve as extra testing tools, in addition to
> the automated tests that are built in the framework itself.
> Help science move fast forward:
> Charles Parnot
> charles.parnot at gmail.com
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