ANN: glx2 is now open source

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Sun Dec 5 03:01:38 CST 2010


On 12/05/2010 03:32 AM, Mark Wieder wrote:
> Jerry Daniels has graciously offered to release glx2 as an open-source
> project. This is the main repository for the code. Glx2 is a script
> editor for LiveCode/Runtime Revolution. We have removed any licensing
> restrictions on the script editor, so all the code is open and
> hackable. There's no installer at the moment - unzip the file and put
> it in your user plugins folder.
>
> We now have it working on OSX, Windows, linux; and in the LiveCode,
> Runtime Revolution, and MetaCard environments. Note that if you are
> using this with Runtime Revolution you will need at least version 2.8.
>
> https://bitbucket.org/mwieder/glx2/downloads
>
> Follow the project if you want to be notified when the stack is
> updated. There are still rough edges, but hopefully this process will
> allow the community to smooth those out. I'm posting this as a single
> stack rather than as separate stack files for now, so unfortunately
> that makes me the manager of any changes. If you have modifications to
> make, bugs to fix, or are proposing to work on parts of this project,
> please let me know and I'll do my best to coordinate things.
>
> Thanks to Jerry for starting the script editor project in the first
> place and for liberating the project to seek its new life among the
> developer community.
>
> Optimist - The glass is half full.
> Pessimist - The glass is half empty.
> Engineer - The glass is twice a large as it needs to be.
>
Jolly nice . . .  :)

I certainly will have a look at it, and, time permitting, see if I can 
"twiddle" it a bit
and post my "twiddle" back somewhere [ where ? ].

Might it not be a good idea to set up folders somewhere public with 
names such as

Andre's Twiddle
Mark's Twiddle
Richmond's Twiddle

and so forth?


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