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    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    I would wait to see what happens. Sometimes it makes sense to merge projects or deprecate one in point people to the other or just keep them both if they server there own purposes. It also depends on how much effort people want to put into continuing to maintain something.
    Welcome to the community. There are a lot of great people in it.
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    alright, thanks. Good night
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    goodnight
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    hmm seems like I don't have enough privileges to integrate travis into the repo so whenever you find the time consider adding it. should be very easy, 4 step instructions are in your face just after you log in.
    3 steps*
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    oh actually not so easy, it needs to install the native iup indeed before compiling iup-rust
    I guess you can take kiss-ui/.travis.yml since it's already ready to go?
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    Yeah, seems to work. I just removed the documentation part, but will add later.
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    Do you prefer to update the README yourself? I really have no idea what to write there.
    ehh why am I writing here instead of the issue?
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    hmm am I using the issue tracker correctly?
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    Yeah. I think what you are doing is good. If you have general questions that don't fit well into a specific issue, I think this is a good place, otherwise it is helpful to create issues to keep threads of discussion in one place.
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    You seem to no be Watching rust-iup-sys!? Well I have opened a issue over there, better notify you here since you won't receive a mail notification eh?
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    Ohhh and by the way the issues I /cc'ed you in iup-rust itself, you didn't leave a opnion, what does that mean in general?
    Did I use /cc wrongly?
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    Either I didn't read it, or read it but didn't have too much to say at the moment. I'll try to make more of an effort a point of getting back to you when you @mention me.
    I don't know what /cc is if that is a seperate thing from a mention.
    @thelink2012 I am now watching the repository, not sure why I was not watching from the start.
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    @thelink2012 would it be helpful if I add you as a co-owner for the iup-sys crate? Changes to the API should mean bumping the crate version and uploading the new version to crates.io. I can also make rust-iup into a crate and make you a co-owner if you want. I have been holding off for the time being because the crate is not very stable right now.
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    Sure, I also agree rust-iup itself is not so ready to be released.
    About the cc thing I'm not sure too, I just see it used a lot in some repos (like rust-lang/rust) itself to make the attention of some, and when searching it's meaning on google I got into this page https://guides.github.com/features/issues/

    which says

    We like to use the /cc syntax (an abbreviation for carbon copy) to include people in issues:
    /cc @kneath @jresig

    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    Do you already have a crates.io account?
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    not really, let me create one
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    ok
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    done
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    ok added you
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    also the issues I required your attention are #17 tru #23 ('xcept for #18) if you lost the notifications
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    oh thanks
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    lol interesting I can reference issues from here
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    yeah that is pretty cool
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    so #17 #19 #20 #21 #22 #23 are 'em
    hmm by the way you have done a few updates on README.md [yesterday?], was that the updates required to conform to the 'new state' of the library (i.e. not a plain wrapper of the C library)?
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    nah I didn't make that update it was just related to splitting the crates into separate repos.
    I can probably update sometime today though before I go to sleep
    maybe just say that things are in flux but we are moving toward a traits and struct based arch
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    ah fine
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    So regarding 17 the From trait is idiomatic now, but not really a high priority thing to do
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    well it's a 10 seconds change :P
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    :)
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    I didn't get over those issues already because I was waiting for you feedback, I don't feel alright to do those moves without asking you
    hell sometimes I feel a bit bad for forming the basic direction of the library code instead of you
    David Campbell
    @dcampbell24
    well I don't mind, you should probably be listed as an author
    I just created it for a simple app I was writing and didn't have any lofty goals
    I like the direction it is going
    If you are making smallish changes I would feel free to just do it or make a pull request I am not likely to object
    regarding 19 I am not sure it is really safe to have multiple objects sharing a pointer
    Denilson das Mercês Amorim
    @thelink2012
    it seems to be I asked a question on reddit on my first days of Rust
    and for handle likes objects it seems to be