[vtk-developers] Mummy project

David Cole DLRdave at aol.com
Tue Oct 10 08:12:15 EDT 2017


If your work is based on the most recent commit (c11cfe1) in the
git://public.kitware.com/mummy.git repository, you could do a pull
request against my fork of that repo on GitHub
(https://github.com/dlrdave/mummy). I could probably get around to at
least taking a look at it over the coming weekend.

Hopefully, somebody from Kitware also replies, and has a connection
who could revive push credentials into the "official" mummy repo.

Alternatively, ... whatever commit your work is based on, point us to
it, so we can try it out!

David C.

On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 6:38 AM, Todd Martin via vtk-developers
<vtk-developers at vtk.org> wrote:
> Hi
> I have patched Mummy to work with castxml rather than gccxml and it now
> compiles on Visual Studio 2017 with latest MS C++ and CS compilers and
> passes all the tests. Brad King made a number of updates to castxml in order
> to facilitate this too. Good riddance to VS2008! I also have a patch for
> CableSWIG.
> I cannot make a pull-request on the Kitware git repositories as there is no
> way to fork them. How should I make a merge request then?
> Thanks,
> Todd.
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