Linkidbut this is not supported anymore
LinkidHi ajs124 (Gitter) ! Which controller are you playing with ?
Hi, FoFiX devs. I'm working with a company that's considering providing redistributable, fully-open-source-licenced runtime environments for applications that have complicated dependencies (e.g., takes time to get everything configured on Windows, or maybe Python2 compat issues, etc).
They're considering doing this for FoFiX, and possibly expanding to more PyGame-using apps later. They'd like to "come in the front door", so to speak, and make this proposal in the right forum. Is here the right place for them to do that? Or maybe the #fofix IRC channel at OFTC? Or is there a mailing list or similiar forum where they should post?
One of the goals of this initiative is to make life easier for developers (casual and otherwise) as well as users, which in turn reduces the barriers to entry for new devs.
LinkidWe do not have a mailing yet, so you can talk in IRC or Gitter
LinkidI'm in both ;)
Linkidabout runtime environments, what would it be exacty ? Which kind of support your company can provide to us ?
LinkidRight now, we're using Travis and Appveyor for CI + CD
Linkidbtw, what is this company ?
Linkid(I'm available in IRC if you want to chat more ;))
LinkidRexrder (Gitter): did you build C / C++ extension before executing
Linkidwhich OS are you using, btw ?
fofix.log. Where it's supossed to be? Anyway, I tried to redo the steps one by one and now I'm getting this stuff: Traceback
LinkidI'm fixing it right now.
LinkidThe log file is in
Linkid(it seems it doesn't find the
Linkid(btw, it is temporary : after the release of fretwork, extensions will be migrated to fretwork)