[scribus-dev] Scribus CTL
cbradney at scribus.info
Thu Mar 3 13:37:59 UTC 2016
> On 26 Feb 2016, at 13:09, Khaled Hosny <khaledhosny at eglug.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 05:54:46PM +0100, Craig Bradney wrote:
>>> On 24 Feb 2016, at 17:53, Khaled Hosny <khaledhosny at eglug.org> wrote:
>>> On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 10:30:20PM +0100, Craig Bradney wrote:
>>>>> I just rebased on top of r21027, and we will try to rebase regularly to
>>>>> keep things in sync. I have been also trying to reduce the unneeded
>>>>> diffs as much as possible (reverting early experimentation etc.) to make
>>>>> the final patch a bit easier to digest.
>>>> r20128 and r20129 are easy for you to bring over. scpaths.h/cpp and
>>> We are on r21029 now. Rebasing with git is super easy as long as we
>>> didn’t touch the same code (and even that can be manageable to a certain
>>>> I was trying to do a rename of ScPainter to ScImagePainter to match
>>>> you but you still have both classes at the moment. Not sure which to
>>> After the latest changes most of the renaming became unnecessary, so I
>>> reverted most of the ScPainter changes so the differences are reduced
>>> quite a bit and more localised now.
>> I just removed the extra ; in scpage.h so that is now the same too.
>> I’m now seeing 34 files with changes and 2 orphans (the 2 new boxes files in the text directory)
> We are again up to date now. I’m attaching a small patch that fixes a
> bunch of warnings, so that it is easy to spot new warnings in our code.
What are your current plans? I see a lot of day to day activity but do you have timelines with regular goals set?
Obviously the main goal I am interested in is feature parity with trunk. When is that planned for?
What about rendering quality of boxes vs trunk?
And apart from that, you had used cairo onscreen before and reverted away from that after the discussion with Jean. Can we resolve those platform issues and get that quality back?
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