LC Buddy collaborative coding

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Re: LC Buddy collaborative coding

Post by FourthWorld » Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:01 pm

RevOnline supports script snippets.
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Re: LC Buddy collaborative coding

Post by kaveh1000 » Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:35 pm

Just to chip in and say great idea. Would be marvellous to work collaboratively and learn from one another's good and bad habits.

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Re: LC Buddy collaborative coding

Post by bogs » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:30 am

FourthWorld wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:01 pm
RevOnline supports script snippets.
Care to elaborate on that a bit? I sure don't know what your talking about, and I thought I had seen at least the majority of RevOnline related stuff.

Unless you mean the user samples area, which I don't necessarily think of as 'snippets'. Snippet to me is something that doesn't work by itself, but can be put within a larger structure as part of a complete program. Many of the examples of code posted in this very forum, for example, like functions people have come up with to resolve an issue.

As a side drift, and again directed to gagsoft's question »
Apparently there are also a lot of online snippet managers, which I only just now found out trying to figure out what Richard was talking about :P
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Of course, I don't think I'd go that route, but then I am funny that way.
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Re: LC Buddy collaborative coding

Post by AndyP » Fri Jun 14, 2019 5:19 pm

So a quick update on LC Buddy and where I'm at.

I'm working on the screen recording at the moment and am using FFmpeg command line utility.
https://ffmpeg.org/
This comes in Windows, MacOS and Linux flavors and will need to be installed separately to LC Buddy.

I have this working well under Windows and sort of OK under Linux. I haven't started on the MacOS version as yet. The controls for the recorder are in a single group, with all the code in a script only behavior file, so when this part of LC Buddy is completed it can be peeled off as a separate repository in GitHub which will make screen recording in LiveCode a breeze. At the moment just video is being recorded.

Q. How important do you think is it to be able to record sound as well as record the active screen?

I've created a YouTube channel with a test recording here https://youtu.be/1fg9isASlb8
This is best viewed at 1080p

I hope to have the screen recording completed in about another week and will post a new progress update then.
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