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* Installers
 
* Installers
 
** Windows
 
** Windows
*** write a NSI windows installer
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*** write a NSIS windows installer
 
** Unix
 
** Unix
 
*** using: cpan.pm install (mostly done; see check-requirements.pl)
 
*** using: cpan.pm install (mostly done; see check-requirements.pl)

Latest revision as of 05:18, 1 October 2007

If you want to work on something on this list, put your name by it so more than one person doesn't conflict ;-)

If you need help with getting started on something you wish to do, let Yamar (hardaker) know.

  • Installers
    • Windows
      • write a NSIS windows installer
    • Unix
      • using: cpan.pm install (mostly done; see check-requirements.pl)
      • Yamar has template code for this actually
    • Install issues
      • Makefile.PL and other files have hard-coded paths
        • Probably need a built GeoDB::Config.pm file that allows configuration of those paths via Makefile.PL command line tokens.
  • Import Plugins
    • project a waypoint (half done)
    • html (from saved gc.com and other sites)
  • Search Plugins
    • radius
    • square
  • Modify Plugins
    • Auto-predict
      • code about 90% complete within geoqo now
  • Export Plugins
    • more work on the html export needed
    • a 'dump' export that can be imported into a different DB name including sets, attributes, etc.
      • (ie, a geoqo dump not just a waypoint dump so a gpx won't work)
  • Display Plugins
    • nextlogs
      • print out all "new" different log types after your logs
      • useful for tracking finds after your DNF, or vice-versa.
  • Script File work
    •  %if %else %endif integrated into processing
      • right now it does this ahead of time
      • both are actually needed, however, to do auto-gui support without actually processing
    • mem: like support
  • Display Plugins
  • GUI Support
    • more add-on scripts need to be written to improve gui screens
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