Blender: les notes de développement du week-end

par Lapineige

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Bonjour à tous.

Elles arrivent un peu tard, mais elles sont là, les notes de ce week-end !

Bonne lecture :-)

Hi all,

Here are the notes from today's meeting in irc.freenode.net #blendercoders

1) Release targets for 2.73

- Planning and targets overview:
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev:Doc/Projects

- Compositor patch review will be done this week by Sergey Sharybin

- Mesh transfer project goes ok, but Split Normals will move to the next release - it would be giving too many issues.

- Dalai Felinto: note, officially Multiview has to migrate to master this week, has that been planned?

- Bastien Montagne and Julian Eisel will check on the Chinese character patch.

2) Other projects

- We are moving to SDL2 and make it a dynamic load target (so Blender runs without having it installed).
Sergey Sharybin is handling it.

- Work is being done to make CMake work for the buildbot, which opens up the question how long we keep supporting it (Buildbot uses scons now, that's why the question is getting raised :) ). Too few people use it. Is this going to be maintained well next year?
Discussion on future of scons can start now!

- Linux CMake default changed a bit - omitting the complicated libraries for first time builders:
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev:Doc/Building_Blender/Linux/cmake#Automatic_CMake_Setup

- Cycles has own repository now, with an own member team, which makes it easier to add new people.
https://developer.blender.org/project/view/26/
http://lists.blender.org/pipermail/bf-cycles/2014-November/002146.html

Thanks!

-Ton-

Blender Fondation

En résumé:

2.73

  • Sergey Sharybin se penche cette semaine sur la relecture du patch pour le module de compositing.
  • Le mesh transfer (voir notes semaine dernière) est bon pour la 2.73, mais les Split Normals sont reléguées à la 2.74 - ils causeraient trop de problèmes/bugs.
  • L'intégration de la branche Multiview (rendu 3D stéréoscopique) de Dalai Felinto est officiellement prévue pour cette semaine, mais il n'y a pas eut de programme ou de confirmation récente.
  • Bastien Montagne et Julian Eisel vérifier le code du patch de support de caractères asiatiques complexes.

Autres projets

  • Cycles a maintenant son propre"dépot" sur phabricator (anglais). Le but est d'en simplifier la gestion.En détails (anglais)
  • Le rapport comprend aussi des notes sur le passage à CMake pour la compilation des buildbot. Je ne m'attarderai pas la dessus (sauf demande spécifique), ces détails étant très techniques et n'ont pas vraiment de répercussions pour les utilisateurs.

Bonne semaine !

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Hi all,

Here are the notes from today's meeting in irc.freenode.net #blendercoders

1) Release targets for 2.73

- Planning and targets overview:
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev:Doc/Projects

- Compositor patch review will be done this week by Sergey Sharybin

- Mesh transfer project goes ok, but Split Normals will move to the next release - it would be giving too many issues.

- Dalai Felinto: note, officially Multiview has to migrate to master this week, has that been planned?

- Bastien Montagne and Julian Eisel will check on the Chinese character patch.

2) Other projects

- We are moving to SDL2 and make it a dynamic load target (so Blender runs without having it installed).
Sergey Sharybin is handling it.

- Work is being done to make CMake work for the buildbot, which opens up the question how long we keep supporting it (Buildbot uses scons now, that's why the question is getting raised :) ). Too few people use it. Is this going to be maintained well next year?
Discussion on future of scons can start now!

- Linux CMake default changed a bit - omitting the complicated libraries for first time builders:
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev:Doc/Building_Blender/Linux/cmake#Automatic_CMake_Setup

- Cycles has own repository now, with an own member team, which makes it easier to add new people.
https://developer.blender.org/project/view/26/
http://lists.blender.org/pipermail/bf-cycles/2014-November/002146.html

Thanks!

-Ton-
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