These are chat archives for anderspitman/dice-game

30th
Mar 2016
Hannah Van Den Bosch
@mshannahnv
Mar 30 2016 05:18
How should we collaborate writing the documentation that's due on Friday?
Christiaan Schmid
@chcschmid
Mar 30 2016 05:19
I was talking to Anders today about that. We didn't really come up with anything, though. I need to go over the requirements again and see what is due at the end of this sprint.
Hannah Van Den Bosch
@mshannahnv
Mar 30 2016 05:25
The user stories we can do remotely
But the use case diagram it may be best to knock out in person
Nguyen Dao
@ngdao
Mar 30 2016 05:36
Tomorrow after class?
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 05:44
That works for me. I'll try to eat first so I'm not so hangry this time
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 15:43
As mentioned in the 310 channel, does anyone have a problem with trying to use Gradle as our build tool? It's similar to Make but more modern, tailored to Java, and easier to use. http://gradle.org/
Our next best choice would probably be to have everyone use eclipse and just have an eclipse project. However that would probably make it more difficult to have automated tests run. Also, it should be straight-forward to integrate Gradle with Eclipse or Intellij (and other major IDEs).
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 15:53
Also gradle is a good tool to learn anyway. It's probably the most popular Java build tool right now, and it's what Android Studio uses
Hannah Van Den Bosch
@mshannahnv
Mar 30 2016 16:03
Sounds great!
sarahka7
@sarahka7
Mar 30 2016 16:21
Yes thats fine
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 16:40
Guys, I've got big news
Gradle and I are getting married
It. Is AWESOME
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 17:21
I love our game name. If you read it slowly it's like "3, 2, 2, 3"
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 21:45
Anders Pitman
@anderspitman
Mar 30 2016 22:37
It would be good to get started with your pull requests sooner than later. That will give you time to get familiar with the process. It's simple but it takes a little practice