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    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    @hisni
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    Yes, I've manually installed the latest version of Verilator from git. Now using Verilator 4.030
    Yes I thought the same. Its OS dependent. I'm using Ubuntu 18.04.2
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    Umm, actaually I guess it is rather dependent on the package installation. The usr/share directory is for the architecture independent files, whereas usr/local is when the software is installed locally (not included when there are system software operations).
    I guess the difference in directory was caused since you manually installed Verilator.
    Try installing it using sudo apt install verilator and I guess it would have its files in usr/share/verilator

    Yes I thought the same. Its OS dependent. I'm using Ubuntu 18.04.2

    Just to mention, even I use Ubuntu 18.04.2 but the verilator directory is usr/share/verilator instead of usr/local/share/verilator.

    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    Ok, Thanks for clearing it out. @ShivanshRakesh
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    :thumbsup:
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    @stevehoover So I did a local install of Verilator using repo/bin/install_verilator so it's fine now. Working without errors/warnings. So some issues with the latest release I guess.
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    :thumbsup:
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    @ShivanshRakesh Is your updated code for <image-component ready to share? @hisni will try to add support for incremental position/scale updates between image loads.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    It is. Though, the stereo mode is still being worked on. I can push the commits before stereo mode ones.
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    @ShivanshRakesh I would like take look at the current codebase, so I could work on top of that. can u push the updated code & share the repo link you are working on.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    Ok, Thanks @ShivanshRakesh
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    :thumbsup:
    Shivani-kumari
    @Shivani-kumari
    Hello, I am Shivani, 3rd Year Computer Application undergraduate at the Deem University BIT patna. I have Interested in Web Developments. I know frontend React.js, Backend node.js, firebase, mongodb. I have interested to do contribute to the project "Evolving fractalvalley.net".
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    So I'm bit confused here, I'm not familiar with angular, But i was started the dev server, I'm not getting anything, So angular App is it connected any backend? how does it get rendered? do i need to run any server? help me out please @stevehoover @ShivanshRakesh
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    @hisni I believe it defaults to requesting images from fractalvalley.net. I see that there is an index.html in the repo that should display an image. Hopefully @ShivanshRakesh can clarify the usage.
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    Yes I figured that, Its requesting from, fractalvalley.net. Thanks for clearing that out. Yes the index.html should render the image. but its not in my case.
    "fractal-image.js" is it a build file?
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    Yes, it is built, but it is also checked into the repo pre-built. I don't see a build command in the repo, but it's probably a standard Angular command (whatever that might be). Check in the console and/or network traffic of your browser's debugger and see if you can see requests to fractalvalley.net.
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    Nope Its not sending any requests.
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    getting a error in "src\app\app.module.ts" file, as "Argument of type 'NgElementConstructor<unknown>' is not assignable to parameter of type 'CustomElementConstructor'."
    @ShivanshRakesh Any idea why is that?
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    When are you getting rhe error?
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    An error was generated in my IDE VSCode with Angular9, I figured the issue is with angular version, so I've fixed that. So still I'm not getting anything on my browser.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    run npm install in the project directory. it'll probably solve the issue. also, don't change the angular version in package.json..
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh

    @hisni I believe it defaults to requesting images from fractalvalley.net. I see that there is an index.html in the repo that should display an image. Hopefully @ShivanshRakesh can clarify the usage.

    Okay, I don't know how I missed this message. Sorry for that.

    Basically, this standalone component needs some input request to render a fractal-image.
    So you might not see anything on firing it up using ng serve.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    What you need to do is that you should first be running npm install to install all the dependencies for the first time. After that, you can make the changes in the files in <project-root>/src/app/fractal-image directory.
    Once you make the changes, run ng build --prod --output-hashing none. This will generate the files main.js, polyfills.js and runtime.js in <project-root>/dist/fractal-custom which you can import in your webapp and use <fractal-image> as a component.
    Hope that clears things out.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    @hisni Though, what is the feature you are working on?
    Hisni Mohammed
    @hisni
    @ShivanshRakesh Thanks for clearing that out. Currently I'm not working on any features. I'm just trying to understand the codebase. I might interestend optimizinga image request/render part. Still figuring outh things.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    Okay. I mean what is support for incremental position/scale updates all about?
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    @ShivanshRakesh @hisni My thought for @hisni was to make position/scale adjustments to the currently available image before the next request returns. We should get much smoother navigation this way.
    And it's something @hisni can do independent from @ShivanshRakesh 's work.
    @ShivanshRakesh Improving the README would be great :).
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh
    Okay.
    Yes, even I ws thinking about that.. till now i didn't keep the shareability in thought. Will update the README.
    Shivansh Rakesh
    @ShivanshRakesh

    @ShivanshRakesh Improving the README would be great :).

    Done!

    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    Great!
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    In case anyone knows students/professors in Europe, this is a good opportunity to do something interesting with 1st CLaaS: http://www.openhw.eu/home.html
    sajalgoyal
    @sajalgoyal
    Hello all
    This is Sajal Goyal, Mtech VLSI, IIIT-B and I am willing to contribute.
    My skillset includes: RTL, ASIC, FPGA, verilog, system-verilog, verification, Digital, STA, C and DS.
    Kindly guide me for the same.
    Shivam Awasthi
    @the-good-boy
    @stevehoover I would like to help out on the fractalvalley.net project. I have experience in NodeJS and React. I am also currently trying to learn from those tutorials on TLV, but I also find this web-dev part intriguing and suitable for me..Any inputs on where do I start with this?
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    @the-good-boy Look in the 1st CLaaS readme. I think that will link to the readme within the apps/mandelbrot directory which should have links to a few student efforts to develop a new front-end. These were all abandoned, but could be leveraged.
    Shivam Awasthi
    @the-good-boy
    I went through the frontend developed by Sanjeet on React. It looks good, but incomplete. Can you give me insight on what went wrong for people who previously undertook this project?
    Steve Hoover
    @stevehoover
    @the-good-boy Sanjeet and Meet were applicants to Google Summer of Code. Sanjeet had an excellent eye for UX. Ultimately neither of them were selected for GSoC. (GSoC can be quite competitive.) They made some open-source contributions and then went on to other things. Darak and Faizan lost focus when they found employment.