in news:firstname.lastname@example.org clipka wrote:
> What really bugs me is that we've been dragging around outdated scenes
> because nobody BOTHERS to take the time and give them some love and
> care. Because it's easier to forget about it once again, and just go
> ahead with the next release cycle.
When I move I put dates on boxes. Boxes that have not been opened are
thrown out unopnend after two years unless they have a red sticker.
Thinking about this and backwards compatibilty, would it be easier to keep
a few startegic versions of POV-Ray running, executing, compiling for
current and future compilers and OS's (3.1g, 3.5, 3.7)? This could give a
dev more freedom to break things and probably to keep the source cleaner?
It would also kind of solve the old image problem.
Dreaming, maybe a future povray parser could just start an other engine
depending on the #version of the scene file.
(I have no idea of the complexity of all that)
Is there anything of a time frame, weeks, months, less than a year and a
halve? Currently my time is limited but it will change towards the end of
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