BiaMovE now on google code

Filed under: My software by Hari
Posted at 19:36 IST (last updated: Thu, Feb 26, 2009 @ 10:54 IST)
I've added my project BiaMovE to google code:

http://code.google.com/p/biamove/

Google code is a lightweight alternate to SourceForge and is really easy to set up a simple project with accompanying Wiki pages. It also supports SVN, though I've not used it in this instance.

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  1. Great idea, Hari. Of course, now that it is so much more public, you'll be pressured to keep it in top shape (not that Papa hari writes code that needs improvement...) :biggrin:Great idea, Hari. Of course, now that it is so much more public, you'll be pressured to keep it in top shape (not that Papa hari writes code that needs improvement...)

    Comment by MrCorey (visitor) on Fri, Feb 27, 2009 @ 01:23 IST #
  2. MrCorey, I am not sure that Google Code is too prominent, as it is excluded from the ordinary google search and you can only find projects using http://code.google.com

    But it is definitely much, much easier to navigate around than SF.net, which has a maze of options and is really overkill for a one-man hobby project.

    Comment by Hari (blog owner) on Fri, Feb 27, 2009 @ 07:52 IST #
  3. SF.net seems too overloaded now, bulky and slow.

    Comment by drew (visitor) on Fri, Feb 27, 2009 @ 17:35 IST #
  4. SF.net's new AJAX interface also seems buggy. I was unable to upload a file using the web interface as it kept closing the Window when I wanted to choose which file to upload.

    Also it is overkill for a simple one-man project that I will probably never update in future.

    Comment by Hari (blog owner) on Fri, Feb 27, 2009 @ 17:51 IST #
  5. I installed BiaMovE using the setup.py included with the distribution, but BiaMovE cannot find the path to Mencoder on my Windows XP system even though I included the path to Mencoder in my Path variable. How should I install Mencoder so that BiaMovE can find it?

    Comment by Maurice (visitor) on Thu, Jul 18, 2013 @ 06:09 IST #
  6. Hi Maurice. I've not tried Mencoder on a Windows XP system, but when I first tested it, it worked fine on Windows Vista.

    You must run BiaMovE from a C:\ command line window? Otherwise the PATH variable will not be detected. It should work if the path exists.

    Comment by Hari (blog owner) on Thu, Jul 18, 2013 @ 07:31 IST #

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