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FireBreathBot 01:04 JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-15 issue closed by richard
JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-20 issue closed by richard
JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-11 issue closed by richard
JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-27 issue closed by richard
JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-16 issue closed by richard
JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-23 issue closed by richard
taxilian 01:04 this is what FireBreath release notes should look like: http://npapi.com/x/PgBH (every change was in JIRA)
taxilian 01:04 FireBreath 1.4.3 is out! http://npapi.com/x/PgBH
kalev 02:04 wohoo, grats on the release
giri 02:04 hi there
FireBreathBot 03:04 JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-3 issue commented by gmurphy "Ok, just built and tested the latest code from git on IE8, Firefox 4 and Chrome 10. Memory footpr..."
FireBreathBot 05:04 JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-29 issue created by nitro
shabi 06:04 i need to do IPC in firebreath.can someone help me in this regard?
anyone?
taxilian 09:04 shabi: There is boost ipc, but therer are conflicting reports of how well that works
Otherwise it depends on your platform; Ive used sockets on localhost and named pipes myself
FireBreathBot 09:04 JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-3 issue closed by richard "Dunno what the cpu thing could be, but Im closing this issue :)"
sabotaged|wk 10:04 yeah there are lots of ways to do IPC
nitrogenycs 10:04 taxilian: I've uploaded my patch for RemoveProperty and Construct. We can talk about it later if you want to
taxilian 10:04 yeah, I saw it; I haven't had time to look at it yet
nitrogenycs 10:04 it's ok, I don't have time right now either
taxilian 10:04 I will probably get to it today, though; I'm really anxious to get the 1.5 release started
it has some nice improvements — particularly on mac — that I want to get people using
FireBreathBot 14:04 JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-29 issue commented by richard "I had to apply the patches manually because so much has changed since the version you based them ..."
starakaj 17:04 hi all
taxilian 17:04 morning
starakaj 17:04 os x framework question
taxilian 17:04 hmm. I'm not really the best to ask for that, but go ahead; maybe if I don't know someone else will
starakaj 17:04 well
it's more like a library question, I guess
I'm just trying to link in some frameworks
and I'm having one of those annoying problems where everything seems to be working except it isn't
taxilian 17:04 lol
starakaj 17:04 hmm, hold on one second
starakaj 18:04 wow, sorry about that
meeting out of nowhere
okay, so I'm trying to add some frameworks to my plugin
taxilian 18:04 nothing like a meeting to keep you from accidently getting something done
starakaj 18:04 cocoa.framework
so in my mac specific cmake file
projectDef.cmake
I've got find_library(COCOA_FRAMEWORK Cocoa)
then the very last line is target_link_libraries(${PROJECT_NAME} debug ${COCOA_FRAMEWORK})
I run prepmac
and everything seems okay, xcode project gets built without and problems
but the xcode project doesn't seem to have cococa.framework
taxilian 18:04 it links the libraries in a different way
starakaj 18:04 I added a message(STATUS ${COCOA_FRAMEWORK})
ah
taxilian 18:04 it doesn't show up in the "frameworks" section in xcode
starakaj 18:04 well
where should I look?
taxilian 18:04 probably in link flags
but if it works, why are you worried about it/
?
starakaj 18:04 nope, good point
it just didn't seem to be working
alright, cool, thanks
taxilian 18:04 yw
starakaj 18:04 okay
I'm sure this is an easy fix
I'm getting all this junk of the form 'string' does not name a type
taxilian 18:04 did you include <string> and do using namespace std?
otherwise you need to do std::string
starakaj 18:04 see, this might not be in any way a firebreath related question
but how come I don't usually need to do that?
taxilian 18:04 you must have a header file that does using namespace std
you should never, ever, ever do that
never do a "using namespace" in a header file
the bad news is that that makes it so you have to type out std:: each time
but it keeps you from having namespace conflicts
starakaj 18:04 I see
sometimes, man
computers
sabotaged|wk 18:04 help computer
starakaj 18:04 thanks so much, I'll see how much further I can get
taxilian 18:04 good luck