[Lazarus] FCL-Web and new WebDesign packages

Joost van der Sluis joost at cnoc.nl
Sun Jan 24 17:21:50 CET 2010

Graeme Geldenhuys schreef:
> Anyway, to get your code in the CCR, I normally email Vincent the code
> in private.
> Thought I must say, I don't really see the point of the CCR. 

I guess that is why you missed 
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/OnGuard ;-)

> Many of
> those projects need to be maintained, and just having releases without
> revision control systems is pretty stupid in this day and age.
 > One good example of this is DCPCrypt. I'm now "unofficially"
 > maintaining DCPCrypt because we use it in our company software, but I
 > simply don't have the time to keep making releases after every little
 > change for the CCR site. I even get patches emailed to me in private.

If you want to to maintian the Lazarus/FPC version of any unmaintained 
port, you are welcome. Please read 
and send me your SF account.

> So what's on the CCR site is 99% of the time outdated. Each of those
> downloadable components/projects should really have each their own
> repository. I'm considering moving DCPCrypt to GitHub - that way at
> least everybody will be able to get the lastest changes as they
> happen. 

If you think you can maintain DCPCrypt best by using GIT, then move it 
into a git repo. I am willing to add git repos on Lazarus CCR, if you 
want them. But you may be more comfortable with an a git repo 
administered by you. As maintainer, you decide.


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