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16:06:30  <madewokherd>should I just start using projectname.buildinfo now?
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16:58:30  <madewokherd>make[1]: Entering directory `/c/coapp_build/libmikmod/libmikmod'
16:58:39  <madewokherd>echo "Of course it works ! (-:"
16:58:46  <madewokherd>make[1]: Leaving directory `/c/coapp_build/libmikmod/libmikmod'
16:58:57  <madewokherd>I'm going to say that doesn't count as a test
16:59:37  <Virmitio>I'd really prefer something a little more robust. Perhaps that also actually uses the library in question?
17:00:02  <madewokherd>well, that's all "make check" does
17:00:10  <madewokherd>so it's good enough for them
17:02:45  <Virmitio>CoApp conf call today @ 10:30PST : http://j.mp/qdy0i6 -- Use the Lync client to connect: http://j.mp/y90Nc2 or http://j.mp/wmZr0D
17:03:22  <Virmitio>do they provide a "make test" target?
17:03:32  <madewokherd>no
17:03:35  <Virmitio>figures
17:03:50  <Virmitio>well, go ahead with it as-is, then
17:03:50  <madewokherd>according to comments, that's what the check target is for
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17:25:43  <GarrettS-MSFT>Weekly #CoApp conference call in 7 minutes: http://bit.ly/wmZr0D Everyone Welcome, join Now!
17:34:09  <Virmitio>hey folks! join the meeting! it's starting right now!
17:34:24  * Virmitioglares sternly at everyone...
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18:07:13  <ender`><Virmitio> hey folks! join the meeting! it's starting right now! <- forgot about the US summer time transition
18:07:26  <ender`>(not that i could've joined any sooner)
18:29:10  <madewokherd>is there a way to add a file to a package with a different filename?
18:29:25  <madewokherd>i.e. I have a win32/mikmod_build.h and I want to install it as mikmod.h
18:30:15  <GarrettS-MSFT>I don't think I have a way yet to do that.
18:31:22  <madewokherd>ok I'll just make a copy
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18:49:33  <madewokherd>oh, actually I think I DID have problems with the perl tests when I used the makefile
18:49:39  <madewokherd>but not so much when I ran them directly
19:04:43  <madewokherd>AndrĂ© H just found a .msi with the arm architecture, so msi will most likely be in WOA
19:17:53  <GarrettS-MSFT>Outercurve made the GSoC Organization list!
19:18:13  <GarrettS-MSFT>Wnee! We should get at least one GSoC Student for CoApp!
19:18:16  <madewokherd>nice
19:21:39  <sfb>Congrats btw.
19:22:11  <sfb>Andreas is a mentor for you guys? That's awesome.
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19:49:39  <GarrettS-MSFT>Hmm. Once you smack it around enough, you can use Powershell to show the minigui from the command line.
19:49:39  <GarrettS-MSFT>http://j.mp/xy2PAU
19:50:34  <GarrettS-MSFT>Which is really handy for testing, as the only other way to show that is via the managed-bootstrap :)
19:51:32  <Virmitio>but does it work with your shoehorned .net 2 library?
19:51:42  <GarrettS-MSFT>I haven't done that part yet.
19:51:53  * Virmitiopokes and prods GarrettS-MSFT
19:52:00  <GarrettS-MSFT>I'll try that when I've got it generally working (monday)
20:21:57  <madewokherd>so it turns out libmikmod's documentation has a sample program that can play .mod files
20:22:30  <madewokherd>I don't really want to play .mod files in an automated test, but it'd be nice for showing the library works
20:23:43  <Virmitio>hmm...
20:24:08  <madewokherd>maybe I can figure out how to disable sound output..
20:25:17  <madewokherd>Player_Mute() maybe..
20:28:49  <madewokherd>I just need to find a .mod file I can redistribute
20:47:20  <ender`>hah, .mod files ... i used to have a ton
20:48:28  <ender|>...now apparently only one remains
20:51:10  <madewokherd>is its license compatible with the LGPL 2+ ?
20:51:59  <ender`>no idea: http://eternallybored.org/misc/Das%20Boot.mod
20:54:16  <madewokherd>it works
20:54:24  <madewokherd>with a .it file from openmpt
20:54:27  <madewokherd>but openmpt is gpl
20:55:41  <ender|>look at the sample names :)
21:04:54  <ender`>http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2012/03/suspicions-arroused-as-exploit-for-critical-windows-bug-is-leaked.ars
21:08:52  <madewokherd>found one
21:26:35  <madewokherd>should I package my test program?
21:26:47  <GarrettS-MSFT>never hurts :)
21:27:07  <madewokherd>well, it's kinda weird because it's not part of libmikmod
21:27:09  <madewokherd>or anything else
21:27:56  <madewokherd>but it can play a sound file, which is kinda cool, and there aren't any programs using the library yet
21:28:10  <GarrettS-MSFT>yeah, go ahead. it's got at least some value
21:39:59  <madewokherd>now how to tell autopackage that my exe's need my assembly....
21:40:15  <madewokherd>oh right manifest
21:40:18  <GarrettS-MSFT>yeah
21:40:24  <GarrettS-MSFT>look at the zlib.autopkg
21:40:51  <GarrettS-MSFT>if it's in another package, just make sure that package is a dependency of the one with the EXE
21:40:59  <GarrettS-MSFT>and it will find the right assembly.
21:43:26  <madewokherd>this will be fun to see in action
21:46:39  <madewokherd>haha, it works
21:46:50  <GarrettS-MSFT>YAY!
21:46:55  <GarrettS-MSFT>lol
21:47:07  <GarrettS-MSFT>Someone confirmed that at least something I did works!
21:47:12  <madewokherd>magic
21:47:21  <madewokherd>wait no that's later
21:47:25  <madewokherd>when I package gnu file
21:48:06  <madewokherd>that one is interesting because libmagic has arch-independent data
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21:48:31  <GarrettS-MSFT>that should be *doable* ... it may not work yet, but it's certainly possible :)
21:52:35  <madewokherd>I'm enjoying the magic of this program using a dll in some random location too much
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21:54:55  <madewokherd>maybe relatively soon I can even do something useful
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