Student Interested in Google Summer of Code 2010
essen at dev-extend.eu
Thu Jan 28 14:25:10 CST 2010
On 01/28/2010 08:15 PM, Arjun Comar wrote:
> Ah, I wasn't going to do it as a SoC project, but rather as a way to get
> a feel for wine, directx, etc. over the next couple months (leading up
> to SoC). Henri is suggesting that I not do so?
> Anyway, if there are no objections, I'm willing to do it. Loic, you
> probably have more experience, I'll cede to you if you want to work on
> it. There are plenty of other things I can whet my teeth on.
Both of us could work on it until this summer, I believe there is enough
to do for two people. I may have more programming experience, but I
haven't done much in wine, and my last real Windows development dates
back 8 years, so we're both inexperienced in that respect.
I can't say if you should do it or not though. But if you have nothing
else to do in the meanwhile I suppose it can't hurt to get some
experience, even if your SoC subject isn't affected by this work in the end.
On 01/28/2010 08:25 PM, Tony Wasserka wrote:
> Just btw, those depend on D3DXGetImageInfoFromMemory, D3DXFilterTexture,
> D3DXCreateTexture and possibly others I can't think of right now.
> D3DXFilterTexture is quite trivial, but the other two also add a notable
> effort. On the other hand, I have written the neccessary code for all
> three already though, it's just that I don't have that many WIC
Yes I expected that. The good part of it is that it's only texture code.
Hopefully it doesn't use a codec that wine doesn't have yet and can
become a good test case for the integration work. Otherwise it can still
be something to aim for after integrating your work.
mel: essen at dev-extend.eu
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