[Soc-2009-dev] Weekly status report - 19 June - Aligorith

Joshua Leung aligorith at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 02:15:22 CEST 2009

Just a quick update (changes done since I typed this yesterday afternoon):
- Implemented a few more operators implementing some of missing
functionality. Improving the transform code is still on the todo here though
- Finished off more of the evaluation code (transition strips) + fixed bugs
there, so that overall the system is in a more workable state.

- Transform code - improved handling of various cases when strips 'collide'
(instead of truncating), and allowing strips to be moved between tracks
- Reinstating display of NLA-mapping when referenced Actions are edited.
Includes showing basic outline of where keyframes in 'Action Line' exist
(NOTE: implementing any keyframe editing tools in NLA editor = NOT A CHANCE)
- Investigate some ways to manage actions outside of NLA Editor - mainly for
setting active actions and switching between several actions.

BTW, I'd now like some help getting the changes of the last few days merged
into my branch from 2.5. :)

On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 3:27 PM, Joshua Leung <aligorith at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> This week I did not get much done as I had exams.
> Next week I intend to start working on addressing some of the critical
> stumbling-blocks users found during the initial testing phase. This mainly
> involves finishing some unfinished code, and also some reviewing of some
> design options...
> Issues:
> - Given the large number of large changes this week in 2.5 (i.e. many files
> changed), I'd appreciate if someone could help in doing the branch merging
> at some point in the next few days (time to be advised). Last time I did a
> merge, it took ages to complete (it was running at sub-dialup speeds despite
> being on a modest broadband connection), and even had to be redone as my
> computer went into standby half-way through the first attempt.
> Joshua
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