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Subject: Re: Experimental Sequencer Release
From: Andrew Johnson <anj@aps.anl.gov>
To: Benjamin Franksen <benjamin.franksen@bessy.de>
Cc: core-talk@aps.anl.gov, tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 10:22:26 -0500
Hi Ben,

On Wednesday 05 May 2010 05:50:57 Benjamin Franksen wrote:
>
> I have been working on a new, improved version of the sequencer. What
> follows is copied verbatim from the README-2.0.98 file in the release. One
> item I have not yet thought about is how to organize collaboration. The
> current version (2.0.12) is hosted at
> http://epics.web.psi.ch/software/sequencer/, however there seems to be no
> public repository there, only releases, so I started my work based on the
> latest released tar ball, and recorded my changes in darcs repository (see
> below under Download). Anyway, I am open to suggestions.

I'm glad to see someone take on (re)development of the sequencer.  The past 
history is in a subversion repository at https://svn.aps.anl.gov/epics/sncseq 
with a Trac instance at https://svn.aps.anl.gov/trac/epics/sncseq although the 
Trac wiki is almost empty so it's currently only useful for browsing.  There 
have been several changes committed to the repo since the last release so I 
would encourage you to take a look at it.  I can give you an account for write 
access to our svn and Trac, but I'd be willing to transfer the ownership and 
point everything to your site if you'd prefer that (but I would ask if you 
could add a history browser so it's possible to browse the repository changes 
without having to install darcs).

I'd never come across re2c or lemon before, they look very interesting and the 
licensing is ideal.  I'd *really* like to see something like them written in 
Perl though (but still generating C/C++ code)...

- Andrew
-- 
The best FOSS code is written to be read by other humans -- Harald Welte


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