Too old, didn’t read.
URLs to project.
I have put in a request for xrns-php which will be reviewed by SourceForge.net staff in the next two business days
xrns-php, licensed as “public domain” will be used to consolidate all areas of activity and maintain a centralized repository for scripts which could be used standalone at the prompt (on OS X or Linux, for example) or dropped into the Windows front-end by doing a simple cvs check-out.
The idea is to maintain a centralized repository representing the structure of the /scripts/ directory as seen in XRNS Script Frontend. This will allow various developers to work from the same pile, so that we don’t have to keep bugging each other, or package, prepare and upload incremental versions to see what is going on. It will also be easier for developers to submit patches, work on their own sandboxes versions of the scripts without permanently ruining working versions, etc.
Also, once I get this set up properly, I will announce it on Freshmeat. This will give a traffic boost for Renoise and show the open source world that our community is not vaporware.
I’d like Beatslaughter and Bantai to join as project administrators and developers. If you don’t have SourceForge accounts, please create them? You can also freely reject this offer. I’m also looking for volunteers to maintain the xrns-php.sf.net page, once it gets approved, sort of like http://xrns-lib.sourceforge.net/ ?
I think it’s time to consolidate the efforts. We got something good going here. With actual sourcecode to show for it, I think this can grow beyond the reaches of this forum. And if not, well at least it will be easier to maintain and pass on, etc.