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Hi,

--- On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Sikku <sikandar.sio@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
| I already have an account in FAS. My account name is sikku.
\--

Good. I have reassigned the task in your name.

---
| I am currently using Fedora 13, Do i need to install the complete FEL group?
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Not required, but, it will be good to do so to see what has been made
available. Make sure you have usable Internet connectivity as it will
download packages.

---
| Gotta look into the presentation. Haven't used git till now. Is it
| similar to cvs or clearcase?
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No. There are differences. I will request Fedora Infrastructure for a
project repo (fedorahosted) where I will check-in dgc code, and you
can check-in your code changes.

Please try DGC first. The code is very old, and I have re-written the
build to keep it up-to-date with Fedora releases. You can get the
sources using:

  $ yumdownloader --source dgc

To extract the .src..rpm, use:

  $ rpm2cpio -idv dgc-0.98-3.fc12.src.rpm | cpio -idv

The GUI has been temporarily disabled in the code, which is where you
come in the picture!

There is an old documentation (2002) on the GUI here:
http://dgc.sourceforge.net/dgc_tutorial_toc.html

The objective would be to write the GUI with GTK+ API. You can refer
GTK+ tutorials, for a start (please try):
http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk-tutorial/stable/

DGC was written by Oliver Kraus, who is not with Universität
Erlangen-Nürnberg [1] anymore. The current maintainer of the project
is Tobias Dichtl [2]. His line of scientific research is not the same
as that of DGC, but, he said he will be adding 'extended burst mode
synthesis support' this year.

Regards,

SK

[1] Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. http://www.uni-erlangen.de/
[2] Tobias Dichtl. http://www.lzs.eei.uni-erlangen.de/Mitarbeiter/Dichtl

-- 
Shakthi Kannan
http://www.shakthimaan.com

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