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Galeon
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I'm offering some help...

Postby Galeon » Sep 05, 2009 14:01

I'm offering some help to any freebasic projects specially to multiplatform programs, so I could help to FreeBASIC and to do something in my spare time.

I could test your programs with my very-slow-computer-with-lots-of-operating-systems-installed, help in creating documentation on your programs (especially CHM) and creating Puppy Linux packages.

Operating Systems I have:

Currently Installed:
Ubuntu Linux Jaunty Jackalope 9.10
Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition

Live CD's:
Puppy Linux 4.3.0
ReactOS 0.3.10
FreeDOS 1.0
Knoppix Linux v6.0.1 - Adriane v1.1
Slax Linux 6.1.2
Ubuntu Linux Satanic Edition - 8.04
Kubuntu
Xubuntu

VirtualBox OSE Machines:
Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition
Debian GNU/Linux Lenny 5.03 (I already removed it :)
FreeBSD 8.0 (soon)

My Computer:
Pentium III - 1200 MHz
448MB RAM
1.5GB Linux Swap
512MB Windows Swap
40GB of Hard Disk Space

Compiled binaries:
Windows binaries will be compiled in MSWinXPSP2Pro
DOS binaries in FreeDOS 1.0
Linux in Ubuntu Linux Jaunty Jackalope 9.10
Compiler FreeBASIC v0.20.0b (Win/DOS/Lin)

Note:
No Sound please in ReactOS and FreeDOS
No fmod please in LiveOS's (I can't install libraries)

Requirements:
Put the source code in a 7z/tarball
Add a file telling me what should I do with the project, how to compile, OS's to test for, etc.
Please add any library dependencies in your post here
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Postby JaDogg » Oct 17, 2009 2:35

Wow some may think they should vote you as president
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Postby agamemnus » Oct 20, 2009 4:37

Puppy Linux? Gotta love it... what's next? :-P
1000101
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Postby 1000101 » Oct 21, 2009 23:23

Hang out in #freebasic on freenode and you will see people asking others to help test code, debug, etc with a high degree of frequency.
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Postby Galeon » Oct 22, 2009 10:59

Java is so sloooowwww on my computer, it hangs when I use Java. Maybe someone could tell them if they need.
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Postby Eponasoft » Oct 22, 2009 12:02

Umm...what exactly does java have to do with anything here?
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Postby 1000101 » Oct 22, 2009 23:26

Eponasoft, he's refering to the java client on this site which connects to ##freeebasic on freenode.

Galeon, Download a real irc client. Google can help you decide.
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Postby Galeon » Oct 22, 2009 23:42

Ok, I think I have one in my Ubuntu Linux, do I need to register to use it?
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Postby Eponasoft » Oct 23, 2009 0:08

Oh sheesh if you're in linux, you have dozens upon dozens of clients you can use, and they're all free. You could even use something as simple as xchat or even $#@$&. I use kvirc myself, but many people don't like it because it's QT-based and quite heavy and "pretty".

EDIT: Huh, the stupid filters changed my text. $#@$& ftw! :)
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Postby nkk_kan » Oct 23, 2009 22:20

one word. irssi. :P
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Postby 1000101 » Oct 23, 2009 22:37

You know guys, I specifically did not suggest a client so that he may go and choose one for himself instead of hearing from a million fanboi's.
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Postby marcov » Oct 24, 2009 9:30

nkk_kan wrote:one word. irssi. :P


Seconded
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Postby Eponasoft » Oct 24, 2009 12:54

Eric, speak for yourself, fanboi! :D
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Postby 1000101 » Oct 24, 2009 17:15

Eponasoft wrote:Eric, speak for yourself, fanboi! :D


Says the fanboi who couldn't wait to jump up and make his opinion known, Dave! :P
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Postby Eponasoft » Oct 24, 2009 18:59

I didn't make any opinions, just offering specific examples. :P Fanboi! :D

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