[chuck-users] Library-Like Code
rogan.carr at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 15:24:34 EST 2009
I'd be happy to contribute. I have tons of libraries that I use.
What if we made a CVS-like repository like we're doing for the chuck
source code? I think it's git? (I haven't set it up yet.)
On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 2:05 PM, mike clemow <gelfmuse at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I just posted some very primitive (pun intended) Iterator classes for
> arrays of Ints and Floats.
> (http://wiki.cs.princeton.edu/index.php/Chuck/Lib) I find them useful
> in certain situations. (I think Michael Heuer has some superior
> ArrayList / Iterator code somewhere.)
> Now, I'm well aware that most of you have personal class libraries
> that you use to do your thing with Chuck (I do too). There are also
> collections of code out there focusing on specific domains (SMELT,
> etc). I wonder about all this code and whether or not there might be
> some willingness to curate (for lack of better word) a collection of
> library-like code that we might post somewhere--in some package that
> isn't code posted on a wiki.
> It's not really a class library... it's not really package... it's
> more like a distribution. But I think that it would be really helpful
> and fun. There's something about posting code to the wiki that really
> makes me cringe. Documentation of code is really what wiki's are good
> for. I think that a downloadable collection with wiki documentation
> would be ideal. I know that this couldn't be any sort of rigorously
> designed library, but we could all incrementally contribute to
> something like this, which I think would be really sweet.
> Is anyone into this idea? I'd be glad to set up the chuck/lib page on
> the wiki to this end and organize, if people are into it.
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