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Re: user rights for svn and software release tools [message #7732 is a reply to message #7731] Thu, 22 January 2009 22:02 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Mohammad Al-Turany is currently offline  Mohammad Al-Turany
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And what about new abstract classes which one would like to introduce and which should be used in some specific directories?

they will go either to Pandabase or pandadata, and if you write these classes then you will have access to these directories!


There was an evo meeting before christmas where release management tools was one major topic. As far as I understood it there similar tools like the BaBar srt-tools are (potentially) available in the PandaRoot software. It seems to me that at least these things are not there. Does it also mean that one has to control all dependencies by hand?

This is absolutely un-understandable for me!! what does release management tools to do with dependancies? and what do you mean by these things are not there? what are these things?

When you write a class that has to be available in CINT, you have to tell root to create a dictionary and streamers for your class (this what you call xxxLinkDef.h) so here you put the name of your class and weather it has a custom streamer (-) or it should be generated automatically (+) do you need an automatic script to do this?

In the file CMakList.txt you put the names of your implementation and header files and the non-standard include directories which you use, from this information CMake generate the dependancy and Makefiles or project files if you use eclipse, KDevelop or Xcode! So what is the point here?



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