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Denis Barbier
@dbarbier
We can stop now, no problem
I suggest that you play with these commands and ask questions, yes
Thomas Paviot
@tpaviot
I also have the patch warning/fix-unused-result.patch failing
Thank you Denis for your explanations, that was very clear
blobfish
@blobfish
Thanks.
Denis Barbier
@dbarbier
Ok, you now know how to modify patches, but we will need another session to explain how to update master when patches are all working fine
Unfortuntely, fixing patches is sequential, this is boring
I suggest that one of you tries to upgrade patches, and I am there to help
Is anyone interested?
QbProg
@QbProg
Thanks very much! here are the questions:
1) are there tools to fix the patch, instead of manually editing these?
2) what are the advantages of quilt over having a git branch with "condensed" commits that could be rebased automatically (and git tools used to fix the patches)? (just out of curiosity)
3) before doing a OCCT merge , it is required that the patches are in sync/updated with the current master (containing all the changes)?
Thomas Paviot
@tpaviot
I think Qb is the one with best c++ skills, much better than mine. Playing with these patches is a dangerous game !
Denis Barbier
@dbarbier
For 1, I do not know, it is easy to edit patches by hand ;)
If there is only one failing chunk, you can also force quilt to apply patch
with quilt push -f
you then edit source file, and run quilt refresh
s/quilt refresh/quilt --quiltrc=patches/options refresh/
QbProg
@QbProg
ah ok!
Denis Barbier
@dbarbier
argh
QbProg
@QbProg
@tpaviot I'll try to continue the "patchwork" tomorrow night and see what happens :)
Denis Barbier
@dbarbier
quilt --quiltrc=patches/options refresh
for 2, the benefit are to be able to send patches upstream
for 3, yes
QbProg
@QbProg
ok! thank you very much! good night everyone
Thomas Paviot
@tpaviot
/all thank you all. Let's discuss further this topic on the ml
Denis Barbier
@dbarbier
good night, feel free to ask if you have questions
you may also try to update the wiki so that other people may help
Thomas Paviot
@tpaviot
I take care of copying the chat log to our wiki
good night
Jelle Feringa
@jf---

Its been really interesting to follow this conversation along.
I hope I can be excused for a pretty ignorent question:

when should changes to OCE be commited as an "ordinary" git commit, when as a quilt patch?

Jelle Feringa
@jf---
Cool to see @blobfish ' progress on integrating OCC 6.9.1
Managed to build it on OSX
see:
https://github.com/blobfish/oce/tree/691patched
henrik
@henrikrudstrom
hello @jf--- and @tpaviot long time no see.
was wondering if its possible to build OCE without OpenGL (for server side purposes) ?
Jerome Robert
@jeromerobert
@henrikrudstrom Yes. That's what the OCE_DISABLE_X11 cmake option do.
henrik
@henrikrudstrom
thanks @jeromerobert
Jelle Feringa
@jf---
hi @henrikrudstrom ! thrilled to hear from you, its been years ;) happy to hear from you...
server side pyocc definitely is an interesting idea btw....
henrik
@henrikrudstrom
@jf--- more like occ.js
Etienne
@erossignon
Or node-occ ?
OCE_DISABLE_X11
henrik
@henrikrudstrom
@erossignon nice project! whats the state of it? been working on a swig generator for occ -> node.js perhaps we can join efforts somehow?
Etienne
@erossignon
@henrikrudstrom I miss your reply, sorry, Let talk about your occ wrapper for nodejs, there is definitly effort to join here
lvk88
@lvk88
Hello all,
first of all, thank you for providing the community with the OCE. It makes my life easier quite often :)
My question is related to the roadmap of OCE: are there any plans to move toward OpenCASCADE 7.1 or higher in the near future?
I would be interested in the new feature BinTools::Write, to write binary BRep files
If there are plans to do so: is there any way I can help?
Thomas Paviot
@tpaviot
There are currently two branches upstream-occt-720 and review/occt-720-patches. You can try both branches et submit changes to review/occt-720-patches
lvk88
@lvk88
Ah great, thanks for the update! I will have a look.
niallofnine
@niallofnine
hello