Hi! After a long time, the English version of our basic manual is still under construction and honestly I think is time to make it part of the software.
This is our first version of the manual, but it needs a lot of corrections:
Hello guys! I want to share with you great news. Tupi has been invited to Campus Party Colombia this year. I'll be giving a talk about this project at last week of June.
It's good to know that Tupi is achieving some recognition among the Free Software community and its events. Hard work keeps!
More info (Only in Spanish), here:
This morning I got a mail from the Qt Ambassador Program, telling me that Tupi now is part of it!
The hard work keeps up!
Hi! The last days I had been working on some Tupi installers to make users life easier. I want to share with you my achievements and failures on this mission:
Hello! This week I decided to expend some time finding the way to get running Tupi from Fedora and OpenSuse Linux distros.
PS: I'll be working around the RPM installers.
Although you already can make some nice simple examples, the list of bugs to fix is large. Besides, this is just an implementation of the Translation feature. Among other options, Rotation and Scaling are still missing, for now!
I just want to tell you that I have been working hard on the Tweening plug-in of Tupi the last two weeks. It's not ready yet because I had to rewrite a lot of code to make it works in the way I want. That's the reason this week I didn't make a release.
At the beginning I was working on a very basic design of the plug-in, but after thinking about all the possible options for this feature, I had decided to extend the initial design and make it more interesting.
By the way, I hope to make a new release the next week. Keep in touch! :)
This weekend I was working a lot in the hard process of porting the Tupi's source code to Windows and I think I made a little progress on it.
Anyway, I want to share with you the whole process. So I had created a little album with some screenshots about it:
I hope to add more (successful) pics soon!
This week I had been a little busy working on the port of Tupi for Windows platforms. And The truth is it has been more difficult that I thought in despite of the fact that Qt is multi-platform.
Besides, I made a quiet release of Tupi (git04). No big deal really, just some annoying bugs fixes.