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RE[2]: Yes, its messy
by MacMan on Sat 1st Jan 2011 01:49 UTC in reply to "RE: Yes, its messy"
MacMan
Member since:
2006-11-19

"I'm writing a real Cocoa DjVu viewer.


Finish this and I'll love you forever.
"

I'm going to set up a source forge site for it. Right now, I'm working on the scrolling behavior working correctly.

I'm following the interface definitions from Apple's PDFKit very very closely, I basically want the DjVu kit to be drop in compatible with Apple's PDFKit. Reason being, Apple's PDFKit works very nicely, and if the interface is close, it can be dropped right into PDF applications like Skim.

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RE[3]: Yes, its messy
by zmmz on Sat 1st Jan 2011 07:01 in reply to "RE[2]: Yes, its messy"
zmmz Member since:
2010-04-24

Out of curiosity, why sourceforge? I hardly see any new projects using it nowadays, it seems to be about GitHub for smaller things and Google Code if you need a bug tracker.

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RE[4]: Yes, its messy
by Neolander on Sat 1st Jan 2011 11:28 in reply to "RE[3]: Yes, its messy"
Neolander Member since:
2010-03-08

If you want something a bit more sophisticated than GitHub and don't want to depend too much on Google, Sourceforge is still a viable option.

After all, you don't really need to use that messy sourceforge project page. In the case of my project, all nice stuff happens on Trac and the SVN repository.

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RE[4]: Yes, its messy
by MacMan on Sat 1st Jan 2011 15:39 in reply to "RE[3]: Yes, its messy"
MacMan Member since:
2006-11-19

Out of curiosity, why sourceforge?


Probably out of habit mostly, already have a SF project. The library I'm using, djbulibre is also hosted on SF. As a personal preference, I like svn, never really cared for git. Also, I like how SF also gives you web storage for your project.

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