I’m just updated my codebase to 3.1 and find no update for all of them. The google code are closing in a few months and the old 3.0 update center will not work because some changes has been made for core classes. Vector3f for example.
What is the status of Contributions libraries update center for 3.1 now? If there are changes in core libraries that make them not work anymore, should there be a github repo or something to refactor them? Can we folk one by one acording to license of each lib (a lot of type of licenses available).
I will help to refactor some libraries i’m using and if I have them online should that will be great:
All of the google code projects that were in jme-contrib were already moved. You may have missed the post a month or two ago.
I don’t know the status of the plugins build… @jayfella was working on a cool system where we can easily add stuff from github repos but I don’t know where that left off and he’s been mostly absent lately.
The built plugins will be hosted basically the same way as they are now but the repos can be separate gihub repos that are combined in a github repo that links them which is then built by our build server similar to how it is now.
Some of the libs and examples (MonkeyTrap for ex) currenly not compile-able with 3.1 alpha, i upgraded them a little bit, so I have to fork and make pull requests, who will merge them, the core team or the original contributor? And also the old contributor have to be granted full permission on their project?