I am now hosting subversion repositories for libraries I am working on. Currently I have repos for SDLx and guichanX.
The state of the SDLx repo is exactly as can be obtained in the 0.11_beta source package that is widely available.
Plans I have for SDLx:
- Add Widescreen and HDTV resolution support.
- Produce branch derived from the current stable libsdl 1.2 (1.2.14)
- Produce branch derived from development libsdl 1.3
- In libsdl 1.3 branch add Xbox support for the newly introduced forced feedback support (so that multi-platform rumble code will work with the Xbox controller.)
GuichanX is the source release of guichan 0.8.2 with Xbox project files. It works very well as is and the only thing I need to add to make it fully functional is xbox controller support.
I installed the very nice websvn repo browser which has too much functionality to completely get into here but you can monitor all changes with it, look at logs, revisions, diffs, view source, etc. You can also subscribe to the repos RSS feeds to stay aware of all commits. You can see it here: http://svn.huntsvegas.org
You can checkout a repo as described in the welcome message on the websvn welcome message using an svn interface of your choice (like tortouiseSVN) or with the command-line:
svn co http://www.huntsvegas.org/svn/SDLx SDLx
svn co http://www.huntsvegas.org/svn/guichanX guichanX