[Soc-2009-dev] Google SoC Students/Mentors
jingyuan.huang at gmail.com
Tue Apr 21 00:50:19 CEST 2009
My name is Jingyuan (and please call me Jing, since it's easier this way).
* Have you every used subversion before?
Yes, but not extensively. I usually use it along with git (git-svn).
* What OS do you use for development?
Ubuntu Hardy and Intrepid (64bit, for development), MacOS Leopard
(only for testing)
* What compiler do you use?
gcc version 4.3.2 (Ubuntu 4.3.2-1ubuntu12)
* Have you built the blender sources before?
Yes, both trunk and 2.5. (almost daily builds, but sometimes I get lazy)
* Do you have an IRC nickname?
* What is your p.b.o username?
* Will you be working from trunk (2.49) or from the 2.5 branch?
Currently my choice is 2.5. I need to confirm with Martin and Ton though.
* Would you like to have your branch now?
Sure. I'd like to start sooner.
Computer Graphics Lab
University of Waterloo
On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 6:00 PM, André Pinto <andresusanopinto at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> My nick is jaguarandi @ irc, blenderwiki, pbo.
> * Have you every used subversion before?
> Last SoC and on every school work
> * What OS do you use for development?
> Debian GNU linux
> * What compiler do you use?
> Currently I use gcc version 4.3.2 (Debian 4.3.2-1.1)
> * Have you built the blender sources before?
> i have compiled both trunk and 2.5 using scons
> * Do you have an IRC nickname?
> * What is your p.b.o username?
> * Will you be working from trunk (2.49) or from the 2.5 branch?
> I will let you know later.. I must confirm with brecht
> * Would you like to have your branch now?
> Yep, as soon I know which branch/trunk... that way I can start sooner :D
> And I also advise other students to do so.. then you can learn how to sync
> from branchs even before start coding
> Useful link:
> * Feel free to include any other info you think it might be useful to share.
> Congratulations to all students!
> Btw IMHO hanging on irc is good for your SoC projects!
> And thanks to the mentors :)
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