I need to migrate my local svn repository to sourceforge an therefore checked the web for such experiences once again. Recently, I found this site, which has a neat trick for avoiding all these padding revisions from svndumpﬁlter. But let’s keep it chronological. Here are the steps I took:
C++ related stuff
Today, I applied for a sourceforge project for timecode4. For sure, sourceforge is a much better platform for hosting the source-code and maybe it raises more interest and perhaps some collaborators, too? You can stay informed about the application status here:
A hundred times, I wished to have some application, that inserts a visual timecode into a movie or image sequence, e. g. for embedding timecode blender sequences or delay measurements or whatever. After some browsing, I found no application ﬁtting my needs and therefore started to write my own, using Trolltech’s Qt3.X of past time. Now, I upgraded to Qt4.X, migrated the old application towards it and added some further functionality (e. g. dragging of the timecode box, etc).
I moved the project to sourceforge once and now moved it to github - just to keep on moving. The application is not super-sophisticated, but it works :) Anyhow, if you experience problems with it, please drop me a note.