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    pho
    @pho
    Looks like we are going places :D
    pho
    @pho
    First of all, we need to clarify how are we going to work: forks & pull-requests, or everyone on the same repo and do branches
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    I forked it onto my Github account for now cause I'm gonna make a bunch of commits cause this is a huge change ;__;.
    I want to ship the OpenTK DLL's with the project but I don't know how to set it up so that we won't all have unique solution files that point to a different location. Any idea how that is normally managed pho?
    pho
    @pho
    I have never touched C# before, so i know nothing about solution files D:
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    I will uh.. figure something out then if I can ever get OpenTK working
    pho
    @pho
    btw. Im sorry but im going to be kinda missing for two weeks. A project delivery date just got changed and now im going to die ;__;
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    WIll fiddle with it again some more tonight.
    Yeah, WindViewer gets the scraps of time in between things that pay :-/
    pho
    @pho
    But its nice to see that there are still a few people eager to work on it :D
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    How much programming experience do you have pho?
    pho
    @pho
    I've done a few things, but nothing big
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    I'm not a huge fan of how xDan set this project up at all, I feel like he stores the data in really weird spots
    Kind of hesitant to change it because it's a lot of work and if I'm the only one who disagrees with the code layout then it'd be easier for me to suck it up and get over it :p
    pho
    @pho
    that's something we need to address, the way that its coded right now, the files cant grow
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    My memory is he also stores the data inside the TreeView's?
    pho
    @pho
    nope, he stores the offsets to the files
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    I'm not really a stickler for "CODE MUST BE MOST AMAZING WELL STRUCTURED THING EVER", but that's a pretty blatant violation of the Model-View-Controller pattern
    pho
    @pho
    and modify the bytes directly
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Which is generally "Data is stored here. User operates on data, and data is read to populate lists and stuff"
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Just want it to be a not horrible mess before a bunch of people hack onto it x:
    pho
    @pho
    yeah, I still feel dirty because of how I put the rarc packer in there
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    I think it'd be useful to add support for things like that (because lets face it, running the yaz0encoder/decoder, then unpacking it, and then opening the files is nuts), but maybe the best bet would be to add them as an option under a Tools menu
    Or just re-write the file opening pipeline to detect the type, if compressed, uncompress and extract to a working dir, etc.
    pho
    @pho
    I dont see how a tools menu would be useful because you work with rarc files direcly and only some of the packed ones are yaz0ed... Having a working dir seems the way to go.
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Heh, I didn't think out the fact that you couldn't really use a tools menu on an open archive cause you wouldn't be able to open it
    pho
    @pho
    btw. sorry about the slooow chat, but im not confident writing english, and I keep rewording my phrases during a ridicolous amount of time ~_~
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    It's okay :D
    gitter.im is weird. It's kinda like HipChat, but integrated into Github and less functional lol
    pho
    @pho
    lol
    they invited me to try it, so i created a room for this project
    but never really used it since 3days ago
    wow. HipChat looks awesome
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Has a bunch of clients and can send you email notification if someone chats and you're not there + persistant backlog, and free for < 5 users I think
    Which is useful in a project that only gets contributed on here and there.
    pho
    @pho
    The lack of notifications here is killing me xD
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Same. HipChat makes a little sound!
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    I'd be up for moving to it (though I'm biased since I already have it open for work), Gitter doesn't seem to give any actual benefits
    pho
    @pho
    Im ok with it.
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Let me see if I can get it to sign into two different HipChat chat rooms at once.
    Dang, not a supported feature, would have to have two HipChat accounts.
    pho
    @pho
    D:
    Maybe if I send you an invite link to my room?
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Yeah I just have to create a second email with HipChat and then use the web client (instead of desktop client)
    Go ahead and send the invite to matt@luxeloperation.com
    Matt Hoffman
    @LordNed
    Yup, that works.
    Kaiotiq
    @Kaiotiq
    Hey.
    There's errors in compiling. The project is searching for files that are not present in the repo.
    In response to Sage-of-Mirrors version.