Commit f6f93f63 authored by Daniel Kochmański's avatar Daniel Kochmański
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add iteration #5 report

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| Iteration 2 (56h) | [2016-10-01 Mon] | 600 |
| Iteration 3 (43h) | [2016-10-31 Mon] | 500 |
| Iteration 4 (52h) | [2016-12-02 Fri] | 600 |
| Iteration 5 (42h) | [2016-12-28 Wed] | 600 |
* DONE Iteration 0 (150 h)
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- Pane reflow on resize dilemma
- frames.lisp refactoring
- Website management
* DONE Iteration 5 (2016-12)
** summary
Dear Community,
During this iteration I have continued to work on the tutorial,
improving documentation, working on issues and assuring CLIM II
specification compatibility.
The most notable change is standard-application-frame implementation
refactor which simplifies the code and moves some computation to
creation time (until now we have searched through sheet hierarchy at
each iteration of command loop and at various other occasions at
runtime).
The rest of the time was spent on peer review of the contributions,
merging pull requests, development discussions, questions on IRC and
other maintenance tasks.
Alessandro Serra has created a =Framebuffer Backend= – a working proof
of concept that McCLIM may work on top of a frame buffer. Albeit a bit
slow, you may find instructions how to run it here:
https://github.com/robert-strandh/McCLIM/wiki/CLX-backend(s)
A detailed report is available at:
https://common-lisp.net/project/mcclim/static/documents/status-reports.org
If you have any questions, doubts or suggestions – please contact me
either by email (daniel@turtleware.eu) or on IRC (my nick is
=jackdaniel=).
Happy new year!
Sincerely yours,
Daniel Kochmański
** logbook
:LOGBOOK:
CLOCK: [2016-12-28 Wed 14:00]--[2016-12-28 Wed 15:45] => 1:45
CLOCK: [2016-12-28 Wed 09:00]--[2016-12-28 Wed 13:30] => 4:30
CLOCK: [2016-12-27 Tue 16:15]--[2016-12-27 Tue 18:00] => 1:45
CLOCK: [2016-12-27 Tue 11:00]--[2016-12-27 Tue 16:00] => 5:00
CLOCK: [2016-12-23 Fri 10:00]--[2016-12-23 Fri 20:30] => 10:30
CLOCK: [2016-12-22 Thu 16:00]--[2016-12-22 Thu 20:00] => 4:00
CLOCK: [2016-12-17 Sat 09:30]--[2016-12-17 Sat 13:00] => 3:30
CLOCK: [2016-12-16 Fri 08:00]--[2016-12-16 Fri 12:00] => 4:00
CLOCK: [2016-12-15 Thu 14:00]--[2016-12-15 Thu 17:00] => 3:00
CLOCK: [2016-12-14 Wed 08:00]--[2016-12-14 Wed 12:00] => 4:00
:END:
- tutorial
- issues #118, #122, #123, #125
- #124 accept default method bug
- simplified-clim extension
- draggable-graph regression
- frames.lisp refactoring
- reviewing framebuffer backend
- issue Q/A
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