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Joal libraries?

ebiglari
I have a few of quick questions regarding the joal libraries.  Is the gluegen-rt.dll from the joal libraries on java.net compatible with the jogamp joal library?  Secondly, where is the deployment version of the joal libraries on jogamp?  Third, it seems that joal is dead, is there a good alternative?  Many thanks.
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Sven Gothel
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On Thursday, July 08, 2010 02:47:31 John Jacobs [via jogamp] wrote:
>
> I have a few of quick questions regarding the joal libraries.  Is the
> gluegen-rt.dll from the joal libraries on java.net compatible with the
> jogamp joal library?  
no

> Secondly, where is the deployment version of the joal
> libraries on jogamp?  
You answered it with 3rd ..

> Third, it seems that joal is dead,

VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME .. who want's to pick it up ?

> is there a good
> alternative?  
OpenMax .. where supported ..

> Many thanks.
>

We already started a bit to bring it back .. well,
let's wait after Siggraph if we found a volunteer for it.
Well .. in the end .. we will reanimate it ourselves :)

Cheers, Sven
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ebiglari
Wow, thanks for the quick reply.  Unfortunately, I'm not really familiar with the open source process.  If you could point me to some good sites for learning about open source development I might be able to contribute to joal.
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Sven Gothel
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On Thursday, July 08, 2010 03:12:02 John Jacobs [via jogamp] wrote:
>
> Wow, thanks for the quick reply.  
That was just a coincident :)
But you are welcome, sure.

> Unfortunately, I'm not really familiar with
> the open source process.  If you could point me to some good sites for
> learning about open source development I might be able to contribute to
> joal.
>

http://jogamp.org/jogl/doc/HowToBuild.html
This should fit the bill for joal too .. I hope.

We have developer repos under github.com:

http://github.com/sgothel
http://github.com/mbien

Since Michael made the JOAL svn -> git migration his repo
is currently defined as root:
http://github.com/mbien/joal

I forked from it:
http://github.com/sgothel/joal

- So you just get a github account, please use a proper full name
for the git author name and email configuration,
due to tracking the license (BSD 3-clause).
        - http://help.github.com/

- Fork from a JOAL repo .. (joal and joal-demos)
        - http://help.github.com/forking/

- Clone your github joal repos to local

- Add a few junit tests, look at jogl/src/junit .. and jogl/make/build-junit.xml
  for boilerplates ..

- And finally push back to your github joal repos

- Send us an email to pull from you :)

Welcome John!

Other than that .. please
Cheers, Sven

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Re: Joal libraries?

Michael Bien
Hello John,

we have also a short how-to-contribute page on the wiki:
http://jogamp.org/wiki/index.php/How_to_Contribute

its basically what Sven already said, just for reference.
some of the doc in the joal repo might be obsolete (e.g. readme), so read with care :)

one mid term joal task would be to think about bundling a software implementation e.g: http://kcat.strangesoft.net/openal.html
Its available in most linux repositories, the problem are rather the other systems (thats why we might consider bundeling it).

best regards,
michael

On 07/08/2010 03:36 AM, Sven Gothel [via jogamp] wrote:
On Thursday, July 08, 2010 03:12:02 John Jacobs [via jogamp] wrote:
>
> Wow, thanks for the quick reply.  
That was just a coincident :)
But you are welcome, sure.

> Unfortunately, I'm not really familiar with
> the open source process.  If you could point me to some good sites for
> learning about open source development I might be able to contribute to
> joal.
>

http://jogamp.org/jogl/doc/HowToBuild.html
This should fit the bill for joal too .. I hope.

We have developer repos under github.com:

http://github.com/sgothel
http://github.com/mbien

Since Michael made the JOAL svn -> git migration his repo
is currently defined as root:
http://github.com/mbien/joal

I forked from it:
http://github.com/sgothel/joal

- So you just get a github account, please use a proper full name
for the git author name and email configuration,
due to tracking the license (BSD 3-clause).
        - http://help.github.com/

- Fork from a JOAL repo .. (joal and joal-demos)
        - http://help.github.com/forking/

- Clone your github joal repos to local

- Add a few junit tests, look at jogl/src/junit .. and jogl/make/build-junit.xml
  for boilerplates ..

- And finally push back to your github joal repos

- Send us an email to pull from you :)

Welcome John!

Other than that .. please
Cheers, Sven

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