I am now officially starting work on my menu bar addon, after a crash course in frames and textures. Yes, I really mean crash, my darn textures weren't agreeing with WoW. Say, does Blizz get mad if they get too many crash reports in an hour from just one guy?
Oh, by the way, the name ZanziBar is now taken. :)
Lol, it really isn't much yet, and I unfortunately lost my password and login when my computer account bugged up, along with all my old e-mails. :(
I've neglected to ask for someone to re-send them, because I haven't needed to upload anything yet, and I'm still working on moving to a new comp soon. but, if someone does send them to me again, they'll be stored online, so I won't be able to easily lode them again.
Really, it isn't much. I've barely got it able to draw a single frame as of this moment, and I'll have no chance to test out my code in the next few days.
Edit: I've got over 100 posts? Time to add self-description text! (You know, the text below your avatar?)
I'm working on a better version of my DataBrokerTest addon. It's in the branches: Fortress
And I started to port some simple FuBar plugins to LibDataBroker:
ClockFu - ClockD (done)
LocationFu - CoordD (very simplified, but done)
ChatLockFu - ChatLockD (done)
AmmoFu - AmmoD (started)
BagFu - BagD (started)
DurabilityFu - DurabilityD (started)
I still hope Ckk implements this in FuBar and maybe in LibFuBarPlugin.
Merc and git have the same common history... merc just went the route of user friendliness (windows) and git went the route of craploads of power that's not very easy to learn (linux). If you already know merc it should be easier, you already understand the general concepts that differ from svn.