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* Fixing KWStyle/CDash/CTest for Git
* Fixing KWStyle/CDash/CTest for Git
** Comment by ''Lorensen'': If there are KWstyle changes for the ITK style, then someone must commit to changing all existing (new) style violations introduced by the change. Some of us have spent many hours getting all of ITK to pass the current style. Please do not under estimate the effort and cost. I should be far easier and less expensive to modify the formatting rules for the various editors.
* Integrating CPPCheck with KWStyle and CTest
* Integrating CPPCheck with KWStyle and CTest
** Comment by Lorensen: I tried cppcheck on itk and it runs for a VERY LONG time. In fact, it did not finish in an overnight run on my albeit old system.
** Comment by ''Lorensen'': I tried cppcheck on itk and it runs for a VERY LONG time. In fact, it did not finish in an overnight run on my albeit old system.


== Simple ITK ==
== Simple ITK ==

Revision as of 18:37, 19 July 2010

Project Management

  • Notice of award?
  • Number of Work Assignments?

Technical Topics

Migration to Git

Tools

  • Fixing KWStyle/CDash/CTest for Git
    • Comment by Lorensen: If there are KWstyle changes for the ITK style, then someone must commit to changing all existing (new) style violations introduced by the change. Some of us have spent many hours getting all of ITK to pass the current style. Please do not under estimate the effort and cost. I should be far easier and less expensive to modify the formatting rules for the various editors.
  • Integrating CPPCheck with KWStyle and CTest
    • Comment by Lorensen: I tried cppcheck on itk and it runs for a VERY LONG time. In fact, it did not finish in an overnight run on my albeit old system.

Simple ITK

  • Design Discussions
  • Sandbox in Github

Wrapping

  • Plans for wrapping
  • Tools
    • Pros and Cons

Modularization

  • Exploration of Ryppl
    • Interaction with Boost
  • Module Segmentation
    • How classes will be grouped