[Inquiry]GNUCash SoC - Implementing Undo
warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Mar 20 07:33:38 EDT 2007
"akintayo holder" <blakdogg at gmail.com> writes:
> I plan on applying for a SoC project working on GNUCash. I have looked at
> the proposed ideas, and I want to write the undo/redo feature. Given the
> time period and the other issues like multi-user concurrent access, I would
> like to restrict the scope of the undo to single-user use cases. Is this a
> reasonable project ?
> I realize that a partial implementation isn't ideal, especially as the
> harder part is left undone but undo seems like a long overdue function. I
> still have to figure out how I will implement the feature, but I should be
> able to get that done Friday.
> So, reasonable or not ?
You should at least THINK about how you could extend this into a
multi-user environment, and maybe even leave the hooks in place to
extend it later. I think it's okay if you don't actually implement
that part, but it should be clear HOW someone COULD implement it
Beyond that, sure, go ahead and apply! Good Luck!
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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