have you considered creating merge requests for your MP patch? That way they might be applied to the official FlightGear. And it will make it easier for developers to look at it, because they don't need to fetch a patch from somewhere. They can simply pull the merge request.
Cheers, Gijs 12:01, 3 December 2012 (EST)
- Hi Gijs, in my opinion, that's too early, given that i'm very slow at c++, and that i can wait some years more to have it reach the official FG :)
- the main reason is that i tweaked some parts wich were ennoying me, but not in a clean way, and i didn't test it on formation flight with other pilots yet.
- the biggest problem is that the some fdm properties reported by the fdm don't have the same meaning between yasim and jsbsim (didn't check the others), and apparently nobody care :) .
- btw the patch is just one of the way to patch fg, i think it's best to use my "mp" branch.
- feel free to give advices, as i'm new in the git world.
- Okay, those are all understandble reasons. But I'd like to repeat what I've said: a merge request makes it easier for people to check your edits and comment on them. You can even set the request to closed, so it doesn't appear on the "to be merged" list, but it will still be available for anyone to look at. That improves your chance of getting feedback ;-)
- Gijs 14:05, 3 December 2012 (EST)
- PS: Please sign your messages on wiki talk pages with ~~~~.
FGproperties/velocities/u v wbody-fps
I noted that that trying to go to /velocities/u,v,wbody-fps directly does not work, as MediaWiki somehow fails to interpret the page title, and noticed that FGproperties/velocities/u v wbody-fps seemed to have nearly identical contents.
What I am (slowly) getting at is if it would be ok to delete /velocities/u,v,wbody-fps?
- You got it right, the leading / was giving error, and the content were copy pasted at a time, so it's fine to delete the /velocities/u_v_wbody-fps one.
- i wasn't able to come back to this page after the initial creation :)
- User:Jano 16:56 UTC (and is there a way to add this line easily)
- Adding the signature? There is two ways: one is adding four tildes (~~~~), though I am unsure about where or even if they are on a German keyboard (you are German, right?), the other is to click the signature icon (third one from the left) on the tool bar on top of the text edit box. It can be interpreted as the tip of a pen writing a signature and has the mouse-over text "Signature and timestamp".
- Page deleted —Johan G (Talk | contribs) 19:55, 31 October 2013 (UTC)
ok that was pointed out by Gijs just above :) giving it a try btw got the tilde on my french keyboard ;)