Thanks for keeping us up to date. It is a large accomplishment what
we currently have, and I can see where you are coming from the library
development standpoint. I definitely appreciate your generosity in
providing for python-ogre.org.
I think using some branches in SVN will the maintainers for other
platforms. When you decide you want to release 1.2, 1.3, etc. Make a
branch in SVN, like "branches/1.2", in that branch we can fixe all
project versions in the build script (ie remove SVN/CVS head
checkouts). Then the Linux and Mac maintainers can tweak all the
build scripts and patches to make sure everything works and not have
to constantly chase an upgrade train. Its really simple from tortoise
SVN to make a copy of the current trunk. This will also allow people
to develop a set of build instructions that *always* work for a
certain branch & platform combination.
Core & Addons:
I really love this idea. This will also simplify the work of people
on other platforms by providing a smaller set of libraries to get
working as a first cut.
I hope to be able to contribute more in the future.